Jack Knight has made a lot of progress while training with Wildcat and Infinity Inc. But there’s still one major hurdle he has to overcome before he can become the new Starman: the anger he still feels over the death of his mother at a young age. Can the ghost of Doris Knight soothe her son’s troubled soul?
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?
Jack Knight wants to be the new Starman to avenge his brother’s murder, but he’s completely unprepared for the training regimen that Wildcat has in store for him! Meanwhile, Doctor Mid-Nite tries to figure out what the Shade is up to. Guest starring Infinity Inc!
by JSAGL, with Martin Maenza, partially adapted from The Brave and the Bold #61 and #62 by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson
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.
The Sliders have been traveling through alternate timelines for a long time now, but so far they’ve never encountered a counterpart of Ted Knight, the former Starman — until now. Trapped on a world where the Nazis won World War II, they discover to their horror that this world’s Ted Knight and Maximillian Arturo are the current leaders of the Third Reich. But things are not as they seem. Can the Sliders sort things out before their timer runs down and leaves them stranded in this dark alternate timeline?
The career of the promising second Starman, David Knight, comes to a sudden end when he is killed by a sniper’s bullet. But as the teenaged Jack Knight soon discovers, the man behind his brother’s murder is not only the original Starman’s worst enemy, but a man whom the family trusts implicitly! Now Jack must avenge his brother, but must he become the new Starman to do so?
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!
Two new foes with a hatred for Starman give Liberty Belle trouble, and Belle brings a forgotten hero out of retirement to help her save Jonni Thunder. Guest starring Red Robin and introducing Star Sapphire!