published December 9, 2003
It’s an unlikely team-up between police Detective Jim Corrigan and notorious gangster Eel O’Brian! But what makes the future Spectre and the future Plastic Man work on the same side of the law a few years before they hit the big time?
published January 25, 2000
When Johnny Thunder stumbles upon a foul plot by the Nazi agent Baroness Paula von Gunther herself, he risks everything to prevent marriage and murder, all while trying to get a date for a party! Cinderella never had it so rough! Luckily, he can count on Wonder Woman and the T-bolt for help.
published June 27, 2000
Phantom Lady and Black Condor, two heroes based in Washington, D.C., battle a foe who seeks to influence American politics for his own benefit!
published March 7, 2001
Grave-robbing and mysterious murders put the JSA’s men of the night on the trail of a mad scientist working for the Third Reich! But are Batman and Doctor Mid-Nite prepared for the personal horrors that await them? And just what is the madman’s connection to Bruce Wayne and Dr. Charles McNider?
published May 3, 2002
A mysterious Indian curse causes students at Calvin College to age to death in seconds! It’s a race against the clock as the Atom and Doctor Mid-Nite try to find the mysterious agent of death afoot in academia! But is there more to the Methuselah Menace than meets the eye?
Part 1 of The Space-Time Gambit
published July 10, 2000
It’s an adventure that spans space and time as Alexei Luthor, Superman’s arch-enemy, teams up with Dr. Doome, foe of the Seven Soldiers of Victory. Together, the two time-traveling villains pluck a group of super-heroes from parallel universes and multiple times and enslave them in order to capture the entire membership of the All-Star Squadron! But will an elderly master of time named Mr. Weed be able to stop their time-spanning schemes? Meanwhile, Luthor learns how he will die. Can even this infamous criminal scientist avoid his fate? Guest starring the Freedom Fighters, the Marvel Family, and many heroes of the Golden Age!
Part 3 of The Space-Time Gambit
published July 12, 2000
With the entire membership of the All-Star Squadron locked away in a null-field, only one hero is left to save the world from the schemes of Alexei Luthor and Dr. Doome. But will Green Lantern’s quest through alternate future timelines produce a group of heroes powerful enough to stop an army of mind-controlled mystery-men?
Part 5 of The Space-Time Gambit
published July 12, 2000
The Space-Time Gambit comes to an exciting conclusion as Green Lantern’s army, composed of members of the Justice Society of America from three alternate future timelines, attacks Alexei Luthor and Dr. Doome’s lair. But can even this powerful JSA army take on the entire enslaved All-Star Squadron and other heroes? Also, find out what connection the final fate of Dr. Doome has with the end of the Seven Soldiers of Victory!
published September 24, 2005
The FBI sends a man undercover to protect Lucky Luciano while he is in prison, and he takes the name of a missing crook named “Eel” O’Brian. But just who is this brave man of mystery? And which bold young daredevil will provide him the crucial information he needs from the outside?
published August 11, 2000
On a special wartime mission, Doctor Mid-Nite and the Sandman journey to London to prevent the Nazis from kidnapping a prominent British citizen! But with an American super-villain on the side of Hitler in this battle, can the two mystery-men grasp the gravity of the situation before it’s too late?
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?
published July 28, 2003
One night in Gotham City, Green Lantern (Alan Scott) encounters a group of hijackers who have among them an expert archer. Luckily for him, Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) is in town. Can this unlikely duo figure out the crooks’ game and put a stop to them before they rob Gotham blind?
published January 13, 2000
Just how has Doctor Mid-Nite remained so young over the years like his fellow Justice Society members, even though he wasn’t with them during the 1941 Ian Karkull case, in which they gained extended youth? Find out in this untold tale in which the blind avenger and the Guardian team up against a bank robber wielding a light-gun, with explosive consequences!
published July 6, 2000
An old enemy of Hourman sets a gauntlet of super-villains to run him ragged in Baltimore before he’s finally killed! But the odds are evened when Starman in nearby Opal City is tipped off anonymously by the Shade! Can the man of the hour and the astral avenger defeat nine powerful foes over the course of one hour, when both of them have been inactive for years?
by Dan Swanson, with Immortalwildcat
published July 4, 2006
When journalism student Lily DeLuna attends a conference featuring famous reporters Lois Lane and Libby Lawrence, she has no idea that trouble will soon follow! As three super-villains attack the conference in order to kidnap Lois, the veteran Daily Star reporter and the retired Liberty Belle, along with Lily herself, soon find themselves in battle with the Sportsmaster, the Huntress, and the Oculist!
by Dan Swanson
published September 15, 2005
After a night on the town, Ted Knight heads off to bed. So when an emergency strikes Opal City Electric’s power plant, Doris Knight and Lily DeLuna decide against waking the retired Starman, reasoning that they can team up to take care of this problem themselves! But will even the abilities granted them by the gravity rod and the power rod be enough when they are met in battle with the robot from the future known as Mekanique?
published April 15, 2001
Batman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman have each encountered city-states that survived the ancient sinking of Atlantis, with survivors that include both air-breathers and water-breathers. But now an unknown foe seeks to take over all the water worlds through war! Can the assembled heroes bring peace to the cities of Atlantis when a legion of crafty foes want their deaths? And is a nomadic Aquaman ready to become king of all Atlantis? Guest starring Johnny Thunder, and introducing Imperius of New Rome!
published December 28, 1999
When Myra Mason is abducted by a lovestruck Gorilla Boss of Gotham City and forced into an impromptu wedding, Doctor Mid-Nite seeks out the help of Batman and Robin, the dynamic duo, to help the blind hero rescue his nurse!
published December 5, 2001
It is 1958, and tensions threaten to tear the World’s Best team apart when the Daily Star is attacked by someone who wants to stop the printing of a special issue! At the top of Clark Kent’s list of suspects: Selina Wayne! Can the friendship of Superman and Batman survive even if the former Catwoman is innocent?
published December 28, 2000
When Batwoman is poisoned by a rare herb in an ancient box, Batman is forced to go on a race through time itself to find a cure! But as he encounters some of history’s finest heroes, he also keeps running into the same immortal foe, but in reverse order! Guest starring the Viking Prince, the Silent Knight, and the Golden Gladiator!
published September 1, 2000
Superman, Batman, and Robin all try to enjoy the Christmas holiday, but old insect-themed foes and a revenge-seeking new one try to ruin their fun! Can Batman’s wife, the former Catwoman, save the day where the World’s Best team fails?
published January 31, 2003
The Flash of Earth-One encounters Doctor Alchemy once again, only to discover that his old foe is terrified by another menace! Meanwhile, the Flash of Earth-Two fights a strange alien being who mimics the powers of both the Fiddler and the Icicle! These strange encounters cause the Flashes to seek out help from the Green Lanterns of two worlds! With all clues pointing to the involvement of the Crime Champions, these two sets of heroes risk all to learn the meaning of the Hounds of Limbo!
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.
Part 4 of The Missing Earth
by Dan Swanson, partially adapted from Justice League of America #73-74, by Dennis O’Neil and Dick Dillin
published July 6, 2010
After the Earth disappears, a handful of strange visitors from other planets — Kell Orr of Xenon and his twin son and daughter Larre and Kelle, Tharka the Superwoman, and Regor of Uuz — each independently investigate Earth’s disappearance. Yet are they prepared for the cause of Earth’s disappearance, the living star called Aquarius? Having just battled both the JSA and the JLA, Aquarius managed to trick the heroes into believing he was destroyed, when he actually fled into space with Starman’s cosmic rod. But Starman and Green Lantern guess the eons-old villain’s deception and track him into deep space. When the heroes of Earth rendezvous with the super-stars of space, will even their combined powers be enough to stop Aquarius?
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!
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
by Martin Maenza, adapted and expanded from Crisis on Infinite Earths #9-10 by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez
published December 31, 2001
A Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover
As the remaining Earths begin to merge together, Brainiac and Lex Luthor of Earth-One have a plan to take them all! With an army of super-villains gathered from all five Earths, they mount a carefully planned invasion of Earth-Four, Earth-S, and Earth-X, swiftly defeating those worlds’ heroes. An army of super-heroes from Earth-One and Earth-Two soon arrive to free the other three Earths, but with the numbers favoring the villains, can the heroes rally to beat the odds? Guest starring the Justice League of America, the Justice Society of America, the New Teen Titans, the Outsiders, Infinity Inc., the Doom Patrol, the Metal Men, the Marvel Family, the Freedom Fighters, and the Sentinels of Justice!
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?
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?
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.
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!
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!
published October 6, 2000
Has Power Girl truly bared all, or could an evil twin be behind her exposed behind? But it soon becomes apparent to the Huntress that the real problem is that Kara Zor-L is quickly slipping into a fantasy world in which she’s living a normal life on Krypton! Can this World’s Best duo find the answers in time to stop the double Kryptonian threat of Nike and Kil-Lor? Guest starring Superman and the JSA!
published October 13, 2000
While searching for the missing Johnny Thunder, Power Girl finds herself powerless on an island that has Krypton’s environment. Even worse, the island’s ruler Vance Corlin plans to make her his unwilling bride, and he has the strength to make her submit to his will! Can the Huntress overcome the tremendous Kryptonian gravity of the island to rescue Kara Zor-L before she falls prey to a fate worse than death? Featuring the one and only appearance of the new Nightwing!
published November 21, 2000
A bomb displaces Superman, Red Robin, Lois Lane Kent, and Power Girl through the time-stream! In Camelot, Superman assists his adoptive ancestor Brian Kent the Silent Knight against another descendant — Harvey Kent, alias the criminal Two-Face! In the 1920s, Red Robin meets a young Bruce Wayne in training as the original Robin with detective Harvey Harris! In the 30th century, Lois Kent helps Craig King, the Superman of that era, against a menace from the past! And Power Girl is sent back to the 1950s, where she assists Team Justice as Lightning Girl!
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!
published October 10, 2001
When photojournalist Alex DeWitt (the super-heroine known as Corona) is assigned to cover the opening of the new Bishamon Research and Development facility in Gotham City, a company representative is assigned to assist her in her story: Buffy Winter (the notorious thief called Arsenal). Unknown to either of them, the facility has been targeted by the powerful twins Sand and Rose. Can Corona and Arsenal stop the mercenaries from destroying the building without letting each other in on their secret identities?
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!
published May 5, 2001
The Scarecrow is dead but which one of his insane children will truly be his heir?
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!
published August 14, 2001
While experimenting with his powers of mind, Brainwave attempts to take himself and Jade through time to witness the first meeting of the Justice Society of America. But when they end up trapped in a bizarre alternate timeline, will they end up being responsible for creating that world’s JSA?
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.
published April 5, 2002
A young Hollywood celebrity has been kidnapped, and Infinity Inc.’s hard-traveling heroes Red Arrow and Jade vow to find him! Can they unravel the mystery in time, even while Jade still has no super-powers?
published June 15, 2002
When a threat from Red Robin’s past emerges after twelve years to challenge him and all his allies, the former Boy Wonder teams up with Blackwing to take down the Scourge! But who is the real threat behind this madman? Discover the real reason Robin gave up his Batman-inspired gray costume back in 1975!
by Dan Swanson
published February 1, 2004
Jim Chisholm tries to adjust to the life of a new super-hero, which includes choosing a heroic name for his alter ego. But he never expected to find a bank robber called the Pack Rat to be as much of a challenge he is! Will the unexpected intervention of Johnny Thunder and his magic Thunderbolt cause the battle to be won or lost?
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?
published December 23, 2004
The small city of Seminole, Florida, is shocked by news of the horrible murder of four small children during hurricane season! But that is only a small part of the strange and mysterious events that soon occur, raising more questions than answers! Who is the mysterious woman in black? What is the mystery of the deep hole on Frenchman Road? What is the source of the strange disease afflicting the people in the city? Why is the police chief suddenly acting like a completely different person in the midst of this crisis? And will the child-killer ever be brought to justice for his horrific crimes? Featuring the Crimson Avenger’s nephew, Terry Lee Travis! Guest starring Superman and a very unique time traveler!
by Libbylawrence and Starsky Hutch 76
published April 18, 2003
Superboy finds himself back in time in the early 1930s, where he encounters a familiar face — his foster-father Clark Kent as a teenager, who mistakes him for Superboy of Earth-One! Can Superboy get to know his dad’s younger self without messing up the timeline of the boy who would one day become Superman?
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!
published April 10, 2004
Now that their nerve-wracking first few dates are over, Grant Pratt (Damage) and Ilyssa Jordan (Air Wave) are finally comfortable enough with each other to have a nice, relaxing, simple date. But can Grant be blamed if he fears the worst might happen when two teenage super-heroes go out on a date? Young love is hard sometimes!
by Dan Swanson
published December 6, 2005
Four super-heroines and one super-hero — the Huntress, Corona, Insect Queen, the Mighty Isis, and Blackwing — are thrust into a battle extraordinaire when Vic Valor returns from the grave and attacks the JSA Brownstone! But what is behind this golden age hero’s attack on Gotham City? And is this the real Vic Valor? Guest starring Starman, Superman, Hawkman, Doctor Fate, and Bat-Mite! Featuring the debut of Zephyr!
by Immortalwildcat, Dan Swanson, Christine Nightstar and Starsky Hutch 76
published May 24, 2006
As Jay Garrick’s presidential campaign enters election year 1988, the stakes become higher, and the race becomes deadlier when the Illuminati begins manipulating the media! And the campaign becomes even more complicated when an old plan by Superman’s dead arch-enemy becomes activated, bringing new players into the game with their own agenda. With all the cards stacked against him, does the Flash have any hope of winning the race? Guest starring Green Lantern, Lois Lane Kent, Plasticman, and Americommando, and introducing American Girl!
Part 1 of The Quest for Wotan
by Dan Swanson
published October 27, 2008
Vic Valor, alias the Lord of Order named Marnu, is unable to regain his lost power because of an ancient curse set upon him by the Lords of Chaos 100,000 years ago! His only hope is to find and destroy the Lens of Allouche, currently in the possession of Wotan! Vic Valor’s ally in this quest is Jim Chisholm, alias Strobe, who seeks vengeance for Wotan’s destroying his life! But as the two super-heroes set out for space in a spaceship to track down this Lord of Chaos, Wotan makes plans of his own! Thus, when their ship the Tiak Avenger crash-lands on the world of Juneo during a shakedown cruise, Vic Valor and Strobe find themselves in a battle against the voracious, world-spanning jungle that threatens that world! Guest starring Doctor Fate, and introducing Power Boy!
by Dan Swanson, with Drivtaan
published October 1, 2008
When a massive asteroid named Damocles threatens Earth, Green Lantern and Starman head into outer space to divert the danger from above. But as they investigate, the two JSA members are attacked by a few old enemies from the planet Mars who manage to disable their powers! Can Alan Scott and Ted Knight figure out a way to regain control over the power ring and the cosmic rod in time to save the Earth from destruction? Introducing the Lawman of Mars!
by Dave Barnowski
published July 12, 2007
The Spectre turns to Superman for advice about an unrepentant serial killer for whom the threat of eternal damnation holds no fear. But as they talk, the unprotected families of Jim Corrigan and Clark Kent are targeted by Zor, the so-called Anti-Spectre! Guest starring Superboy, Green Lantern, Doctor Fate, and Johnny Thunder!
The Race crossover
by Dan Swanson
published June 5, 2006
It’s hard to be a couple of teenagers in love — especially when one is a super-hero and the other is a super-villainess! Savant decides it’s time to face the truth in a unique way — by bringing Whiz Kid and herself into an advanced simulation in which they can live new lives free from all worldly burdens for a short time, so they can really figure out how they feel about each other. But even this worry-free simulation comes with its own set of consequences, and truth is not always easy to learn!
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!
by Goose Gansler
published April 12, 2006
Superman is summoned by Chief Man-of-the-Bats and Raven to battle a mystical menace when the evil Black Elk Lodge attempts to start a ghost dance! Their goal? To bring back the dead villain Black Elk with enough supernatural power to wipe out the white man from North America!
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!
The Race crossover
by Immortalwildcat, with Doc Quantum
published May 11, 2011
What if Jay Garrick, the Flash, had been successful in his bid to become the next U.S. President? Join Destiny as he explores how some events would have played out differently, and how some events were simply fated to happen, even in this alternate reality.
by Doc Quantum, Christine Nightstar, and Farmer Sackett
published December 18, 2012
The race is finally over, but with the hostile Humanist Party in the White House, it’s hardly a happy ending for anyone. Kompera Lee sees this as a sign that America is failing, which is only compounded by the horrifying revelation that his daughter, Buffy Winter, is dating a super-hero! Meanwhile, Secret Service agent Rene Fortune tries to blow off some steam to make up for her failures, and finds an unlikely friendship with Matches Malone! A Gotham City archbishop takes the opportunity of the election to expose political corruption in both the Republican and Democratic parties, but will his superiors in the Illuminati be so understanding? Elsewhere, Doctor Mid-Nite mulls over a doctor’s responsibilities when his patient, a former super-hero and political mover and shaker, succumbs to senility! Finally, how will Maxwell Lord and Amanda Waller deal with the fallout of Jay Garrick’s accusation that they’re involved in the Illuminati?