by Immortalwildcat, Starsky Hutch 76, Gamma Xmen and Andrew Troy Keller
Five Easter Sundays. Five super-heroes. Five stories connected only by one theme. For many people, Easter Sunday means a special time for family and reflection on one’s faith. And in some cases, it can mean other things entirely. Featuring the Sandman, the Spectre, Power Girl, Wildcat, and Arrowette!
by Nadra Enzi and Andrew Troy Keller
What was the Batman of Earth-2 like? What did he do between his published adventures? These short sketches show glimpses of the life of Batman, including his activities during World War II and his meeting with an African-American hero during the tumultuous Civil Rights era of the mid-1960s. We are also treated to a glimpse of the grown-up Robin shortly after taking over the retired Batman’s crime-fighting duties, and we observe the mourning period of Batman’s daughter Helena Wayne, the Huntress.
by Andrew Troy Keller
For most people, Mother’s Day is a day of joy, where children of all ages pay honor to their mothers. But for Eve Eden, alias Nightshade, Mother’s Day is a painful reminder of how she lost her mother at a young age. Can Captain Atom bring comfort to this grieving daughter?
by Andrew Troy Keller and Starsky Hutch 76
Kara Zor-L (Power Girl) reminisces over her first Easter with the Wayne family and realizes how far she’s come since then.