Justice Society of America FanFiction: JSA, Hawkman and Hawkgirl, Wildcat, Black Canary, Mister Terrific, the Atom

Justice Society of America: The Five Earths Project
Hawkman and Hawkgirl of Earth-2: The Five Earths Project
Wildcat: The Five Earths Project
Black Canary: The Five Earths Project
Mister Terrific: The Five Earths Project
The Atom of Earth-2: The Five Earths Project

Times Past

The Atom: Times Past, 1941: Star Struck

by Libbylawrence
published December 14, 2001

When Al Pratt wins a trip to Hollywood, his resemblance to a certain short, red-headed star of the silver screen lands him in hot water! Despite secretly being the heroic Atom, Al has never had much luck with girls in Calvin City, but in Hollywood his luck changes even as peril follows!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1941: Thunder at Sunset

by HarveyKent
published November 19, 2000

The JSA meets the original Johnny Thunder, the now-elderly hero of the old west! However, the evil that ended his career fifty years ago returns now to plague the Justice Society!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1942: The Man Who Fell to Earth

by PaladinLgt
published October 3, 2000

During a time when the Justice Society of America had disbanded to join the war effort, a mysterious knight errant, clad in white, falls to Earth from an otherworldly realm. But as the Green Lantern and the Flash investigate, is he friend or foe? And will the JSA be able to send him back?

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1942: Enigma

by Libbylawrence
published August 30, 2000

How can Mister Terrific, the Man of a Thousand Talents, crack the Enigma code and save the war effort when he can’t even remember his own identity?

The Brave and the Bold: The Atom and Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1943: The Methuselah Menace

by HarveyKent
published May 3, 2002

A mysterious Indian curse causes students at Calvin College to age to death in seconds! The Atom and Dr. Mid-Nite race the clock to find the mysterious agent of death afoot in academia!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Woman Trouble

by Libbylawrence
published January 25, 2001

Could the supposedly reformed Baroness Paula von Gunther be up to her old tricks again? It certainly seems that way when the Justice Society, currently known as the Justice Battalion of America, uncovers a plot to replace their female companions with mind-controlled doubles working for the Nazis! The ensuing battle of the sexes proves that a good woman really is hard to find! Guest starring JSA reservists Superman, Batman, the Flash, and Green Lantern!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Society Girls

by Libbylawrence
published January 31, 2001

What does it mean when several members of the Justice Society of America lose their powers to a group of their female friends? In this exciting sequel to “Woman Trouble,” the wartime Justice Battalion takes the battle to the planet Mars itself, fighting alongside their newly empowered girlfriends to put a stop to a plan to conquer the Earth on behalf of the god of war! Guest starring JSA reservists Superman, Batman, the Flash, and Green Lantern!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Acts of Vengeance

by Libbylawrence
published March 5, 2000

When an old enemy of Superman, whom the Man of Steel hasn’t met yet, teams up with one of Hawkman’s oldest foes, they devise a plan to take down the Justice Society of America one by one! But instead of pitting the JSAers against their own arch-enemies, they send those old foes against their allies instead! Will this gathering of evil foes succeed in eliminating our heroes? Guest starring Robin the Boy Wonder and Mister Terrific, and JSA reservists Superman, Batman, and the Flash!

The Brave and the Bold: Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl: Times Past, 1943: The Eye of Bast

by Dr. Chloroform
published November 15, 1999

During the early days of World War II, the British discovered a strange artifact called the Eye of Bast. Amateur archeologist Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl) has been called in to investigate it, accompanied by Lt. Diana Prince (Wonder Woman). It should be a routine procedure, except that the Cheetah is also after the artifact, which she believes can bring her great power. Can the two heroines catch on to the villainess’ plot before it’s too late?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1944: The Incredible Mister Horrific

by JSAGL
published March 28, 2002

He came out of nowhere to defeat the JSA! He toppled the mighty Atom! Drew the curtain on Doctor Mid-Nite! Plucked Hawkman’s wings! Short-circuited Johnny’s T-bolt! Burnt out the Starman! And proved to Wonder Woman that chivalry is dead! Who is the incredible Mister Horrific?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1944: The Evil Plot

by Libbylawrence
published March 28, 2000

Two criminal masterminds, specialists in fear and psychology, enact an evil plot to destroy Batman once and for all! The only problem is that Batman and Robin are away from Gotham City on a case. Can a handful of non-powered Justice Society of America members — the Atom, Doctor Mid-Nite, Mister Terrific, and Wildcat — defeat a gathering of some of the most dangerous Bat-foes?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1945: The Nightmare Invasion

by Libbylawrence
published August 11, 2000

When a world at war is invaded by a horde of otherworldly foes, both the Allies and the Axis are hard-pressed to stop Earth from being conquered by extraterrestrials! After all, how do you stop enemies who use sleep itself as their means of conquest? The Justice Society of America must liberate the planet Venus in order to free their own world, but even a victory on Venus is no guarantee that Earth can be freed! Guest starring former JSAers the Sandman, Doctor Fate, and the Spectre, as well as the All-Star Squadron!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1946: The Wish Master

by Libbylawrence
published October 18, 2000

The Justice Society of America visits the Land of Magic in order to help a damsel in distress, completely unaware that they are being used as pawns by a dark force from a neighboring realm! Can the Seven Soldiers of Victory face the mighty JSA and save the day? Guest starring Superman!

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1946: American Heroes

by Libbylawrence
published August 13, 2001

When the champion of fair play heads into war-ravaged, postwar Germany to rescue the missing Tex Thomson, AKA Mister America and the Americommando, he discovers a Nazi plot to burn down the entire country rather than let the Allies occupy it! Will he find enough of a spark of heroism and decency in the German people to stop this mad plot? Introducing Red Eagle and Black Eagle, and guest starring Fireball, Kuei, and Phantasm of the Young Allies!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1947: The New Olympians

by Libbylawrence
published January 11, 2000

Two years after the god of war grew weak with the end of World War II, Mars returns to pay back the heroes who helped defeat his plans, enlisting Gudra the Valkyrie of the Norse pantheon to help him! The Justice Society of America is soon drawn into battles of mythical proportions with strange new foes bearing godlike power! Meanwhile, Wesley Dodds retired as the Sandman years ago due to health problems, but after a tragedy befalls his crime-fighting partner Sandy, can Wes ever pull himself out of despair, even with the help of his love, Dian Belmont? Featuring the final transformation of the heroic Tigress into the predatory Huntress! And guest starring Black Canary, Green Arrow, Speedy, and the Crimson Avenger, as well as honorary JSA members Superman, Batman, Hourman, Mister Terrific, and Wildcat!

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1947: A Thousand Weapons to Choose From

A JSA Classified story

by Nadra Enzi
published January 2, 2009

It’s no easy task measuring yourself against a man with a thousand talents. Just ask Agent Freeman when he’s instructed to find out what makes Mister Terrific what he is!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1948: All in the Chemistry

by Libbylawrence
published August 24, 2001

The Justice Society of America battles weird elemental creations that appear to have sprung into existence through alchemical means! Could this mean the return of their recent foe, Professor Zobar Zodiac, the Alchemist? Guest starring Mister Terrific!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1948: Trail of the Ruby

by HarveyKent
published September 21, 2000

The Shade, the Ghost, and Blue Lama — three immortal super-villains — must retrieve a mystic ruby that went down with a fourth immortal on the Titanic in 1912! Can they trick the Justice Society of America into doing the job for them? Guest starring Aquaman!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1949: The Science of Revenge

by Libbylawrence
published September 22, 2000

What is the secret behind the sudden appearance of a group of new and seemingly all-powerful super-villains? The Justice Society of America must track down the answer before their colorful new foes can succeed in their plan to kill a group of scientists! Could Rex Tyler, the long-retired mystery-man Hourman, provide inside information for his former partners to crack the case in time? Guest starring Mister Terrific!

Black Canary: Times Past, 1951: Cyclone

by Libbylawrence
published September 9, 2000

A new and dashing hero called the Cyclone appears in Gotham City, leaving a trail of both defeated crooks and disaster in his wake! Still, the Black Canary can’t help but wonder why his battles are always so destructive, and the blonde bombshell vows to unmask the truth!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1951: Exterminations, Inc.

by Immortalwildcat
published January 14, 2001

After the Justice Society of America was forced to disband in 1951, what happened to the mysterious organization that framed them during their final case? And who was really behind the fantastic technology used by that group? The Atom, Wildcat, and Wonder Woman team up to find out the truth and track down the mastermind who indirectly took down the JSA!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1952: Mystery Squad

by Libbylawrence
published February 22, 2000

With the disbanding of the Justice Society of America, life goes on for the former JSAers, even as heroes for a new era start to appear! Introducing the Mystery Squad, alias Bill and Mary Weaver, along with their children Fred and Patty! But is their perfect family too good to be true? Featuring the Atom, Hawkman, Mister Terrific, and Wildcat!

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1960: Suicide is Murder

by Libbylawrence
published March 1, 2001

Mister Terrific investigates the apparent suicide of a former student’s father, which from all appearances seems like an open and shut case. But when he learns that others have supposedly committed suicide the same way, the man of a thousand talents realizes that an old villain is at work!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1964: Missing in Action

by HarveyKent
published October 27, 2000

Doctor Fate and Hourman recount the individual cases that kept some Justice Society of America members from participating in the JSA and the JLA’s battle with the Crime Syndicate! Featuring the Atom, the Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Johnny Thunder, and Mister Terrific, as well as cameo appearances from other JSAers!

The Brave and the Bold: Black Canary and Starman: Times Past, 1965: Wings and Stars

by JSAGL, with Martin Maenza, partially adapted from The Brave and the Bold #61 and #62 by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson
published October 4, 2001

The team of Starman and Black Canary in the mid-1960s was a memorable one, but why was it so short-lived? As the second Black Canary recalls her mother’s adventures with the Starman of Earth-Two, she also remembers how close Dinah Drake Lance was with Ted Knight, and how their ill-advised affair shaped their lives for years to come.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1972: Time, See What’s Become of Me?

by Libbylawrence
published August 28, 2000

When the Justice Society of America and the Seven Soldiers of Victory find themselves in an altered timeline in which their successors rule a defeated mankind, can even the world’s greatest heroes correct their mistakes before they happen? And just what is the secret of Oracle?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1977: The Man from Atlantis

by Libbylawrence
published March 21, 2000

When an ancient Atlantean sorcerer seeks her help, Power Girl learns her true origins… or does she? The Justice Society of America is called upon to stop a deadly peril from being unleashed upon the world by seeking out twelve keys scattered across the world! But is the JSA being manipulated for evil ends? And can the team stop a mind-controlled Power Girl when she is transformed into the evil Nike?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1978: The Redundant Rogues

by Libbylawrence
published March 16, 2001

The Wizard and his Secret Society of Super-Villains have captured the Atom, Doctor Mid-Nite, Mister Terrific, and Johnny Thunder in an effort to take down the Justice Society of America one by one! But can they hold them when Earth-Two offers so many distractions for these Earth-One super-villains? Guest starring Captain Comet!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1978: Watch the Skies

by GernotCarl, JSAGL, HarveyKent, JSA Jim, the Golden Age Flash and GDL 629 19136
published April 5, 2002

The old adage, “No good deed goes unpunished,” proves true as the other-dimensional Neptunians come to Earth for vengeance against Doctor Mid-Nite, who once saved the Neptunians from a plague, inadvertently also changing the balance of power on that world. Can the Justice Society of America protect the Earth from the full force of Neptune’s mighty space armada, especially when the Ultra-Humanite adds his/her own brand of villainy to the mix?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1979: Swift Retribution

by Immortalwildcat
published September 1, 2000

After Mister Terrific was murdered on the JLA Satellite during a meeting of the JSA and JLA, his killer — an old foe called the Spirit King — escaped back to Earth-Two. But how will the JSA track down the killer of one of their own when he can possess any body he wishes? And will they be able to stop him before he destroys Terry Sloane’s family?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1981: Angel

by Libbylawrence
published January 21, 2000

When Angel O’Day discovers in her late father’s private detective office proof that Dinah Drake Lance was the Black Canary of the JSA, she is inspired to become the new Black Canary herself! She is soon joined by a talking ape named Sam, who trains her and even gives her a canary cry of her own, all in preparation for joining the Justice Society of America! But as Angel is offered membership in that fabled team, could she be an unwitting pawn in a much larger game?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1982: Crisis on Earth-Four

by Libbylawrence
published April 25, 2001

In this previously untold JLA/JSA crossover story, the heroes of three worlds try to to defeat the mystical threat of three evil rulers of fantasy dimensions — Lorelei of Fairyland, Troll King of Magic Land, and the Incubus of the Land of the Nightshades. But why can’t anyone recall this case? Featuring the Justice Society of America and the Justice League of America! Guest starring the Sentinels of Justice of Earth-Four — Blue Beetle, the Peacemaker, Son of Vulcan, Captain Atom, Nightshade, and the Question — and introducing Tyger and the nuclear villain Major Force!

DC Universe: Times Past, 1984: Seeds

by Libbylawrence
published July 20, 2001

The combined forces of the Justice League of America, the Justice Society of America, and the Freedom Fighters — heroes from three different Earths — work together to save their planets from a dangerous force called the Cosmic Tree. But can even the combined forces of the JLA, the JSA, and the Freedom Fighters stop its spread into other dimensions? Enjoy this untold team-up tale of the greatest heroes of Earth-One, Earth-Two, and Earth-X!

Late 1985 to 1986

DC Universe: Crawling from the Wreckage, Book 1: Crisis Aftermath

by JSAGL, Starsky Hutch 76, Anubis8, Rubberman41 and LadyObie33
published November 9, 1999

In the aftermath of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the heroes in the Justice Society of America and Infinity Inc. try to pick up the pieces. Hawkman, Wildcat, and the Huntress are injured. Superman and his wife Lois find themselves new adoptive parents to the orphaned Superboy from Earth-Prime. Roy Harper (the former Speedy) and Jesse Chambers (daughter of Johnny Quick and Liberty Belle) contemplate a future with Infinity Inc. The barrier to Earth-One has become impassable, and Starman seeks help getting there from his old friend, Professor Maximillian Arturo. From the ashes of the Crisis, three new heroes debut: Red Arrow, Jesse Quick, and the all-new Catwoman. Meanwhile, what villainous plot are the Ultra-Humanite and Alexis Luthor up to?

DC Universe: Crawling from the Wreckage, Book 2: Next Generation

by Starsky Hutch 76, JSAGL and Rubberman41
published December 5, 1999

The adopted son of Superman, the Superboy of Earth-Prime, is about to make his debut as this world’s first and only Superboy. Meanwhile, in Gotham City, an orphaned boy named Jason Todd makes the mistake of stealing from the Joker’s daughter, the deadly Harley Quinn, and stumbles into the Batcave. While Robin has been establishing himself in Gotham as the Batman’s successor under the name of Red Robin, is there room for a Batwing? And while the Atom and his wife are visiting Atlanta, Georgia, a powerful explosion destroys much of the city. What will the Atom do when he finds the boy at ground zero?

DC Universe: Crawling from the Wreckage, Book 3: Reconstruction

by Starsky Hutch 76, Vendikarr DeWuff, Anubis8, Rubberman41 and Tynnechris
published December 29, 1999

Changes are afoot as the Huntress makes her recovery on Paradise Island. Alexander Luthor Junior from Earth-3 shows up at the Kent farm. Aquaman’s daughter show up at the JSA Brownstone univited. The Atom brings young Grant Emerson from Atlanta. Jay and Joan’s son makes his debut. Steve Trevor becomes Odysseus. The kids talk about a Junior JSA. And what’s that? Dick and Kara kissing in a tree.

DC Universe: Crawling from the Wreckage, Book 4: Twilight of the Gods

by Starsky Hutch 76, JSAGL, Vendikarr DeWuff, Anubis8 and Tynnechris
published January 13, 2000

As the Odysseus persona begins to affect Steve Trevor’s mind, can the JSA stop him before he hurts his own daughter, Fury? And in Gotham City, it’s Catwoman versus the Huntress, with Red Robin, Batwing, and Power Girl on the sidelines, as Helena Wayne discovers Yolanda Montez’s new costumed identity, and she’s not happy about it. Then the entire JSA is assembled as a broken and beaten Spectre collapses before them with a dire warning: The Spear of Destiny is destroying Earth-2 by bringing about Ragnarok, the Twilight of the Gods. Can the JSA stop the world from being destroyed again? Guest starring the Junior JSA, and introducing the JSA Reserves!

Showcase: JSA Reserves: All This and Earth-Two

A Crawling from the Wreckage crossover

by Rubberman41
published February 4, 2000

Kyle Rayner has had a very bad day. After giving up a ring of power, he is manipulated into receiving another powerful artifact — the Powerstone! But what has this got to do with Wotan’s plan to rejuvenate old villains using the power of Ian Karkull and Jade? Everything, as it turns out, when Alexis Luthor’s new Injustice Unlimited team attack the JSA Brownstone to kidnap Jade and Kyle. Can the JSA Reserves rally soon enough to stop the villainous plan?

Justice Society of America: Ragnarok

A Crawling from the Wreckage crossover

by JSAGL, Libbylawrence, Immortalwildcat and Doc Quantum
published January 22, 2000

The JSA races to prevent the end of the world as depicted in Norse myth. But how can mere myth be so real? And could this mean the end of the JSA? Featuring the reappearances of a few fallen heroes.

Justice Society of America: Ragnarok Aftermath

A Crawling from the Wreckage crossover

by Libbylawrence, Immortalwildcat, Rubberman41, Starsky Hutch 76 and Vendikarr DeWuff
published March 4, 2000

In the aftermath of Ragnarok, individual JSAers begin to experience the wonders of Odin’s boons, as Superman’s wife Lois Lane Kent has some news for him, Red Robin’s old butler Alfred gets a new lease on life, and Hawkman gets his wings. Meanwhile, as Wildcat sets out to find the fate of his long-ago kidnapped son, what he finds instead is even more startling. Hourman and his son experience a miracle, while Doctor Mid-Nite has an announcement of his own. And a college reunion stirs up old malice in a new form as the Atom and Johnny Thunder each benefit from Odin’s boons. Finally, Alexis Luthor dreams and makes plans for the future.

Justice Society of America: Family Matters

by Starsky Hutch 76, Anubis8 and LadyObie33
published June 16, 2000

Family matters are on the minds of several extended families in the JSA as the Kents and the Scotts deal with pregnancies, while the Trevors think about having one of their own. Meanwhile, the Garricks have some unexpected news about their son’s education, the Grants enjoy their reunion, and Red Robin and Power Girl have some special news!

Justice Society of America: The Coming Doom

by Libbylawrence
published March 31, 2000

The return of Superman’s honorary big brother, Halk Kar, heralds the impending destruction of Earth as strange, super-powered aliens visit the Earth en masse! Can the JSA discover what connection they have to Chroma and how that enigmatic cosmic entity holds the key to the world’s salvation in time to prevent the coming doom?

Wildcat: Lost Heroes

by Immortalwildcat
published April 17, 2000

Ever wonder why some heroes have counterparts on other worlds, and some heroes don’t? As Wildcat sets out to find the fate of his Earth-1 counterpart, he makes some surprising discoveries along the way.

Justice Society of America: A Fresh Start

by Libbylawrence
published May 6, 2000

When two Justice Society members are attacked by powerful doubles of their fellow JSAers, can three new heroes help turn the tide? Guest starring the Insect Queen and the Cavalier, and introducing Paragon!

Justice Society of America: Ancient Evils: The Shadow War

by Libbylawrence
published August 4, 2000

In ancient times the Seven defeated the great evil of the Shadow Fiend, making him powerless for centuries. But with the Crisis on Infinite Earths, this great menace has been reclaiming its power and working through its agents, all to cast the Earth into the shadow age! When the spouses of the Justice Society become pawns of the darkness, it’s a race against time for the JSA to reassemble the Seven and face down the ancient menace of the Shadow Fiend once and for all! Guest starring Doctor Occult and the Grim Ghost!

Justice Society of America: The Anarchy Society of the World

by HarveyKent
published August 6, 2000

Their names: Sky Angel, Fusebox, Oleander, Sumac, Bright-Eyes, and Death Metal! Their leader: Madame Mayhem! Their mission: to plunge the world into total chaos, beginning with the humiliation of the Justice Society on a day meant to honor that fabled team! But even if they defeat this new team, is the JSA prepared for the revelation of Madame Mayhem’s true identity? Guest starring Infinity Inc. and Firebrand!

Justice Society of America: Vanity Fair (Play)

by Libbylawrence
published August 18, 2000

Can Geri Sloane, daughter of the heroic Mister Terrific, truly be mad as her actions as Madame Mayhem seem to indicate, or is there more to her tale than meets the eye? The JSA is determined to find out! But are they prepared for the time-travel manipulations of Geri’s evil double from an alternate timeline? Introducing Miss Terrific!

Justice Society of America: Blitzkrieg

Part 4 of The Fourth Reich

by Libbylawrence
published October 12, 2000

An old Nazi rises again to attack the Justice Society of America with a new and improved version of their earliest foe, the Murder Machine! And when Baron Blitzkrieg kills an entire town in Missouri, the JSA vows to make him pay! Don’t miss the JSA’s exciting showdown with the Nazi super-agents of the New Bunker! Guest starring Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick!

DC Universe: The Race, Book 1: Candidacy

by Vendikarr DeWuff, Starsky Hutch 76, PaladinLgt, Immortalwildcat, Doc Quantum and CSyphrett
published April 24, 2001

With parts of America still recovering from the damage wrought by the Crisis on Infinite Earths a year ago, there are some who feel the U.S. Government hasn’t done enough. A new political party is born, hoping to help solve these problems, and they have the perfect candidate in mind for the next Presidential election — Jay Garrick, the Flash. What will happen when the fastest man alive runs for the highest office in the land? Guest starring the Justice Society of America and several other guest stars!

Wildcat: The Chase

The Race crossover

by Immortalwildcat
published May 28, 2002

When Wildcat sets out to discover the reason for Cameron Chase’s dislike of masked heroes, he discovers her link to an obscure San Francisco team called the Justice Experience, whose members were murdered by a super-villain nearly twenty years ago. He also discovers that her life is in deadly danger and calls in a little help to save her. Guest starring the Flash and the new Catwoman!

The Brave and the Bold: Hawkman and Scarab: The Road to Shamballah

by Vendikarr DeWuff
published October 12, 2001

When an archeological dig headed up by Carter and Shiera Hall is attacked by a villain called Neonic, Scarab shows up to help Hawkman. But during a battle, something goes terribly wrong, and the heroes find themselves in another dimension on a strange world! Will they ever find their way back to Earth-Two, or are they doomed to remain in the lost world of Skartaris? Guest starring the Monitor and Jennifer Morgan!

Hawkman and Hawkgirl: Thunder in Flight

Part 3 of JSA: A Thunder God Among Us

by Immortalwildcat
published January 8, 2002

During an emergency, two rival gangs learn how to work together to save their lives, while Thor learns what makes Hawkman the respected leader of the Justice Society!

The Brave and the Bold: Hawkman and Doctor Fate: The Deeds of the Disturber

by HarveyKent
published June 28, 2001

While in Egypt on an archaeological dig, Carter Hall and the Nelsons find the Mask of Set! This rare artifact holds deadly danger for Hawkman and Doctor Fate when it falls into the wrong hands. But a new hero is born to help combat the evil! Introducing the Mighty Isis!

1987

Justice Society of America: Crisis Unfolding

by Libbylawrence
published December 18, 2001

The Justice Society of America is warned about the end of the Earth, but as they respond to prevent the planet’s destruction, are their actions actually contributing to the end of the world? Can even the world’s most powerful team overcome an inhuman creature made from elements of their mightiest members and remnants of the deadly energies of the Crisis on Infinite Earths?

Wildcat: Tyrolean Tears

by Brian K. Asbury
published January 14, 2002

When the son of an old friend goes missing in Austria along with a busload of college students, Wildcat goes on the hunt! But the case takes a strange turn when it turns out that neo-Nazis are behind the abductions, and the missing students are being turned into meta-human weapons! Introducing Whitefox, heroine of France!

The Atom: Atomic Attraction

by Libbylawrence
published December 24, 2001

When a powerful super-villainess obsessed with the Atom wreaks havoc in Calvin City, the city’s favorite son finds himself under fire as citizens turn against him! But it will take all of the Atom’s might to put a stop to the new Cyclotron, and he may never be the same again!

DC Universe: The Race, Book 2: Parasite

by Immortalwildcat, Vendikarr DeWuff and Starsky Hutch 76
published August 8, 2002

Jay Garrick, the Flash, is running for President of the United States, but not everyone is happy about it. If a super-hero can run for President, why not a super-villain? That’s what the Ultra-Humanite figures when he throws his own candidate into the ring. And what will his partner Alexis Luthor do when she finds out the Ultra-Humanite’s dark secret? Meanwhile, the Justice Society of America gains two new members, and Jay begins to feel the pressure of politics.

The Brave and the Bold: Red Robin and Hawkgirl: Faces

by Libbylawrence
published February 21, 2003

Red Robin and Hawkgirl try to save face when they battle Mademoiselle Fantome and her manservant, who have a ray that can completely remove a person’s facial features! But when they track down this French villainess to her hideout, are the heroes prepared for a loss of memory?

Justice Society of America: American Nightmare

by Libbylawrence
published December 28, 2002

A mystery-woman with amazing super-powers leads the Justice Society of America to investigate an organization founded upon the principle that all men are created equal — even if that means destroying all those who have super-powers! Will the JSA triumph over a team created especially to wipe them out of existence when they meet the American Brigade? Introducing the JSA’s newest honorary member, Lady Danger!

DC Universe: Fear the Dark

by Drivtaan, Starsky Hutch 76, Immortalwildcat and Doc Quantum, with Gamma Xmen, GDL629 19136 and JSAGL
published December 5, 2003

Go to sleep, or the Boogeyman will get you! Kids the world over have been scared of both the Boogeyman and the dark since time immemorial. But when this supposed fairy tale character begins scaring and then attacking children, the Junior JSA finds itself in its most dangerous case ever! With the members of the Justice Society of America finding it difficult to believe what the kids are seeing, can the young heroes prevail over the fearsome Teggarimor, the Boogeyman? Featuring several guest stars and a few unexpected heroes!

Hawkman and Hawkgirl: The Hunted

by Libbylawrence
published February 12, 2003

The winged wonders find themselves targets in an ancient and deadly game of life and death when an ancient Egyptian artifact draws a group of Egyptian deities to Earth! When Hawkman and Hawkgirl are hunted by the gods themselves, where can they turn for help? And will an encounter with the fabled hawk god change their lives forever?

1988

Wildcat: Setting Down Roots

An Easter Sunday story

by Immortalwildcat
published April 17, 2003

Ted Grant (Wildcat) finds inspiration in an unusual source to begin a new life for himself and his wife, Irina.

Justice Society of America: Black Sunset

by HarveyKent
published August 29, 2009

A new vigilante killer arises, targeting old, retired super-villains for extermination, with an alarming success rate! Meanwhile, a new super-villain begins humiliating members of the Justice Society of America, one by one! Can the JSA discover the truth about the Sunset Killer and stop the crime spree of Black Nemesis before their reputation is completely ruined? Guest starring Infinity Inc!

DC Universe: The Race, Book 4: Endgame

by Immortalwildcat
published May 11, 2011

With the race for the U.S. presidency coming to an end, Jay Garrick and his team expose a plot to manipulate the upcoming vote, but deep questions still remain. Why is the Flash running for office, and for what hidden reasons did his campaign managers approach him in the first place? Is politics simply too dirty a game for a super-hero to be involved? And will the outcome of the election place a puppet in the White House, one way or another? Don’t miss the exciting conclusion of the Race! Guest starring the Justice Society of America!

Justice Society of America: Gifts

by Dave Barnowski
published December 8, 2012

The Justice Society of America’s annual Christmas tradition is to anonymously deliver gifts to the children of America. But even with all their power, they’ve never been unable to gift every child… until now.

1989