JSA – 35


JSA – 35

General Info

Issue No:
35
On Sale Date:
April 2002
Cover Date:
June 2002
Era:
Modern Age
Story Title:
Stealing Thunder - Part 3: Lightning Storm

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Rags Morales
Writer:
Geoff Johns, David Goyer
Penciller:
Leonard Kirk
Inker:
Keith Champagne
Letterer:
Ken Lopez
Colourist:
John Kalisz
Editor:
Peter Tomasi, Morgan Dontanville (assistant)

Characters

Main:
Icicle (Cameron Mahkent), Justice Society of America: Captain Marvel (Billy Batson), Crimson Avenger (Jill Carlyle), Doctor Fate (Hector Hall), Flash (Jay Garrick), Hourman (Matthew Tyler), Jakeem Williams, Mister Terrific (Michael Holt), Power Girl (Kara Zor-L), Sand (Sanderson Hawkins), (Wildcat (Ted Grant)
Heroes:
Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz), Sentinel (Alan Scott)
Villains:
Johnny Thunder (Ultra-Humanite), Gorilla Grodd, Black Adam (Teth-Adam), Wonder Woman (Princess Diana), Superman (ClarkKent/Kal El), Cyborg (Victor Stone), Flash (Wally West), Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond), Hawkman (Carter Hall), Hawkgirl (Kendra Saunders), Mary Marvel (Mary Batson), Red Tornado, Star-Spangled Kid (Courtney Whitmore), Steel (John Henry Irons) - plus numerus others
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
N/A
Other:
Hector Hammond
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Comments

This series featured Hippolyta as Wonder Woman.

Synopsis

Icicle creates a perfect ice wall as several of the speedsters under Ultra-Humanite’s control approach him. They crash through it and knock themselves out giving the JSA time to launch a counter offensive against the Thunderfront.

When Hourman sees his vision of Jakeem Williams die about to come true, he jumps in the way of fire and deflects the attack from The Ray and Firestorm.

Wildcat uses the Blackout Bomb Doctor Fate had pilfered and breaks free from the prison cell. They find where Alan Scott is being held to power the city. They prepare to break him free. However, they are suddenly attacked by Hawkgirl and Hawkman

Jakeem suddenly recalls his electric shock ability. He sends the charge through the green flame holding all the telepaths and electrocutes everyone touching the green flame structure. It shorts out the Braincaps and frees the heroes from the telepathic control.

Ultra-Humanite appears and reverts Captain Marvel to Billy Batson’s boy form. Hourman decides to enact Plan B and hits a button on his wrist. He teleports away with Sand.