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!
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 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!