by Starsky Hutch 76, adapted from Pulp Fiction, screenplay by Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary
Floyd Lawton, alias Deadshot, has been dragged back into the crime game despite his best intentions. Unfortunately for him, he’s also a marked man. Franko Morelli, the Joker’s number one guy, is under orders to find a legitimate way to kill him. But a shared near-death experience has a way of changing these two older gentlemen’s viewpoints on making their way in the world. Meanwhile, Ted Grant’s protégé Carlos Ramirez is instructed to take a dive in his next fight, but Carlos has other ideas. When these personal Gotham City stories finally meet head to head, things take an explosive turn!
As the golden age hero called Captain Triumph makes his triumphant return after a nearly forty-year absence, the mystery of the so-called “Miraclo murders” rears its ugly head over New York City, leading to a team-up with Hourman, the Sandman, and the new hero Paragon against a new Mister Who and his mad scientist ally! But is there an even more dangerous power behind it all, and can these few All-Star Squadron members, young and old, discover it in time?
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!