All-Star Squadron – 32

General Info

Issue No:
32
On Sale Date:
January 1984
Cover Date:
April 1984
Era:
Bronze Age
Story Title:
Crisis on Earth-X! The Prequel

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Jerry Ordway
Writer:
Roy Thomas
Penciller:
Rick Hoberg
Inker:
Bill Collins
Letterer:
David Cody Weiss, Albert De Guzman
Colourist:
Gene D'Angelo
Editor:
Roy Thomas, Janice Race (associate)

Characters

Main:
Wonder Woman (Princess Diana), Atom (Albert Pratt), Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson), Doctor Mid-Nite (Charles McNider), Hawkman (Carter Hall), Johnny Thunder, Sandman (Wesley Dodds), Starman (Theodore Knight), Spectre (Jim Corrigan), Liberty Belle (Elizabeth Lawrence)
Heroes:
Black Condor (Richard Grey Jr.), The Ray (Langford Terrill), Robotman (Robert Crane), Commander Steel (Hank Heywood), Doll Man (Harold Lane), Human Bomb (Roy Lincoln), Red Bee (Richard Rayleigh), Batman (Bruce Wayne), Vigilante (Greg Sanders), Wildcat (Ted Grant), Flash (Jay Garrick) Tarantula (Jonathan Law), Johnny Quick (Johnny Chambers]), Guardian (James Harper), Superman (Clark Kent/Kal-L), Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Phantom Lady (Sandra Knight), Firebrand (Danette Reilly), Star-Spangled Kid (Sylvester Pemberton), Sargon the Sorcerer John Sargent), Plastic Man (Eel O'Brien)
Freedom Fighters: Uncle Sam, Hourman (Rex Tyler), Invisible Hood (Kent Thurston), Magno, the Magnetic Man (Thomas Dalton), Miss America (Joan Dale), Neon the Unknown (Thomas Corbett), Red Torpedo (James Lockhart)
Villains:
Baron Blitzkrieg
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
N/A
Other:
Mademoiselle Simone, Gernsback
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Synopsis

Uncle Sam, Doll Man, and Midnight relate their recent adventures on Earth-X to the All-Star Squadron assembled in their headquarters, including the apparent death of the Freedom Fighters and Hourman. When finished, some of the All-Star Squadron return with Uncle Sam to Earth-X and some head to Santa Barbara to battle the Japanese on their own Earth-2.