"The Mighty Atom: "Steam Engine"": Severely bullied in college, the Atom has difficulties to control his anger at enemies.

All-Star Comics 80-Page Giant #1 is a one-shot with a cover date of September, 1999.

Appearing in The Mighty Atom: "Steam Engine"

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Synopsis for The Mighty Atom: "Steam Engine"

Severely bullied in college, the Atom has difficulties to control his anger at enemies.

Appearing in The Spectre & Starman: "P.O.V. -- A Fable"

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Appearing in Wonder Woman, Phantom Lady & Liberty Belle: "The Way of the Amazon"

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Appearing in Hourman: "The 90-Minute Man"

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Synopsis for Hourman: "The 90-Minute Man"

Hourman fights a villain who wears a radium-powered technological suit which give him superpowers during 90 minutes, in opposition to Hourman's 60 minutes-Miraclo.

Appearing in The All-Star Squadron: "Thunderstruck!"

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During a meeting of leading Allied personalities at the White House, the god Thor, summoned by a Nazi occultist, kidnaps them and takes them to Berlin.

Appearing in The Sandman, Wonder Woman & Hawkman: "Waking Nightmare!"

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Kali Gari hypnotizes Hippolyta and Hawkman to see enemies in each other.

Appearing in Wildcat & Starman: "The Ropes"

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Notes

  • "Steam Engine" can only have happened between 1944, June, Gambler's debut, and 1945, May, the German Instrument of Surrender.
  • "P.O.V. -- A Fable" shows the Internment of Japanese Americans, which was never mentioned in a story written during the Golden Age. However, it is not the first time that these camps are shown in a retcon in later Ages. The character Tsunami voluntarily asked to be arrested at one of these facilities when his family was trapped there.[1]
  • "The Way of the Amazon" can only have happened between 1942, when Liberty Belle acquired her sonic powers, and 1945, the end of World War II.
  • "Thunderstruck": This is the authentic Thor, not a pretender as Fairy Tales Fenton; Dr. Fate refers to Spear of Destiny preventing the heroes of invade Berlin, see Spear of Destiny for more details; Dr. Fate would be wearing his half-helmet in this point of time, the Helmet of Nabu was banished to other dimension alongside Kulak before June[2].
  • "The Ropes" was reprinted in Starman Omnibus Vol. 5. This is the only story in this issue set in present.

Trivia

  • "The 90-Minute Man": the children held radium with bare hands!!!
  • Kali Gari had her name obviously inspired by the 1920 German expressionist film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. This is also a reference about the dark goddess Kali.



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