by Martin Maenza, adapted and expanded from Crisis on Infinite Earths #9-10 by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez
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 Marvel Family, the Freedom Fighters, and the Sentinels of Justice!
What would you do if you awoke to learn that everything you know is wrong? That’s Mitch Shelley’s apparent reality, as he is informed by the agents of the mysterious Ryo-wo of his true history and his involvement in the Resurrection Man Project in the early 1940s. But as the former Paladin of Light embarks on a new life as a hero known as the Dragon Knight, can he ever truly know who his real friends are? Guest starring Northwind, Hector Hall, and the Ray of Infinity Inc., as well as Arsenal!
by Doc Quantum, partially adapted from Starman #29 by James Robinson and Tony Harris, and Starman #46 by James Robinson and Gene Ha
Jake Bennetti, nicknamed Bobo by the newspapers, was nothing more than a bank robber, a big thug with super-strength who fought a lot of super-heroes in the 1950s and ’60s. But when an opportunity comes by for Bobo to change his stripes, will he take it? Introducing the Goon!
by JSAGL, partially adapted from Infinity Inc. #43-44, by Roy Thomas and Vince Argondezzi
Hector Hall has gone missing, and Infinity Inc. goes off to search for him. But instead they stumble onto an ancient Egyptian prophecy about the Silver Scarab that is perpetrated by an old enemy of his parents, Hawkman and Hawkgirl. And only Northwind holds the key to Hector’s salvation! Meanwhile, what is the latest incarnation of the Injustice Society of the World up to? Guest starring the JSA Reserves and Doctor Fate, and introducing Surge and the new Starman!
A group of super-villains from three different worlds converges on Earth-S on a quest for a piece of the Rock of Eternity itself! As Shazam’s Squadron of Justice and the Marvel Family take on these villains in individual skirmishes, will the real goal become evident in time for the heroes to stop them?
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?
After the Justice Society of America was disbanded in 1951, who filled in the gap before they returned twelve years later? Why, none other than Team Justice of Civic City! But while many remember the late 1950s being a happy, innocent time, the truth was that the Cold War and the growing civil rights movement made it a time fraught with peril. These are the untold adventures of a team of young heroes trying to navigate the political storms from 1955 to 1959. Featuring the new Mister Alpha (Edmund Blake), the original Fury, Bearcat, Aqua-Girl, Z-Man, Bat-Girl, Enigma, and the Spectress! And guest starring Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, and several JSAers!
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?