by Starsky Hutch 76, with Doc Quantum, Vendikarr DeWuff, JSAGL and Libbylawrence
Vandal Savage has been away from Earth-2 for several years, and he returned to find that his organization’s grip on world affairs has weakened in his absence. The only ones standing in his way to secretly controlling the world once more are Commander Steel and the Suicide Squad! But to what depths will the team be forced to sink in order to end the evil that is Vandal Savage once and for all? Meanwhile, discover the secret of Mekanique and witness the birth of a new Immortal Man!
by Vendikarr DeWuff, Starsky Hutch 76, PaladinLgt, Immortalwildcat, Doc Quantum and CSyphrett
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!
by Vendikarr DeWuff
With America’s heroes ordered to guard the homefront, the War Department and the OSS set up a new organization to take the fight to the Axis. Introducing Agent Liberty (Arn Munro) and his Project Liberty squad — the Torch (Matches Malone), Neptune (Neptune Perkins), and Captain Boomerang! The squad is given its latest mission: to retrieve a defecting Axis mystery-man. The only problem is that the squad must go behind enemy lines in the Japanese-held Philippine islands to confront gathered Axis superhumans to do that. And if Munro follows his orders, he may miss his only chance at bringing his father to justice. Guest starring Captain Storm, Johnny Cloud, and Gunner and Sarge!
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!
by Starsky Hutch 76, with JSAGL and Vendikarr DeWuff
Commander Steel is a man who loves his country, and he’ll serve it no matter what the cost or who it costs, as Vixen, Vibe, and Gypsy from Earth-1’s Justice League of America soon discover. They, along with the members of Helix and a few super-villains, are drafted to become against their will the members of the Suicide Squad, the newest incarnation of the U.S. Government’s Operation Liberty. And when Senator Neptune Perkins is abducted by the man-shark known as Carcharo, the Suicide Squad is tapped to rescue him. But one Squad member won’t come back from this mission alive!
by JSAGL, Starsky Hutch 76, Anubis8, Rubberman41 and LadyObie33
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?