"Justice Society of America: "For America and Democracy!"": At their first official meeting, the members of the newly-formed Justice Society receive an urgent message from the Chief of the F.B.I.,
- For America, Justice Society Members! For America and Democracy
- -- The Flash
Appearing in Justice Society of America: "For America and Democracy!"
- Justice Society of America
- J. Edgar Hoover
- Krapek (Dies)
- Earth-Two (1940)
- Amulet of Anubis
- Cloak of Destiny
- Green Lantern Ring
- Green Lamp
- Helmet of Fate
- Nth Metal Wings
- Ring of Life
- Nazi Flying Fortress
- The Liberty
Synopsis for Justice Society of America: "For America and Democracy!"
At their first official meeting, the members of the newly-formed Justice Society receive an urgent message from the Chief of the F.B.I., urging them to move against a number of fifth columnists, who seek to destroy America from within on behalf of the Axis powers. These hidden enemies are directed by spy-master Fritz Klaver, leader of the Grey Shirts, a Bund organization. The Flash stops the Grey Shirt activity in Michigan, while Green Lantern battles the Baron and his radio-jamming dirigible. The Spectre stops sabotage at a Pittsburgh munitions factory, Hourman exposes evildoing at the Oklahoma oil fields, and Dr. Fate uncovers a sabotage plot at the Boston Navy Yard. Sandman shields an anti-Axis newspaper editor in El Paso from Grey Shirt attacks, while Hawkman foils fifth columnists who seek to destroy a Flying Fortress, and the Atom stops student subversion at Tri-State College. Then, after learning that Klaver is based in Toledo, Ohio, where the Atom and Johnny Thunder have already been taken captive, the heroes apprehend the master manipulator and his closest aides, while Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt deposits Klaver's house, with the heroes and villains inside, outside F.B.I. headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "A Fortune Teller's Fortune"
- Mogi the Magnificent (Single appearance)
- Mrs. Darling
Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "A Fortune Teller's Fortune"
On her way to a birthday party Daisy Darling asks her companion, Johnny Thunder, to have her fortune told and so despite Johnny's reluctance they visit to Mogi the Marvelous, while Daisy's fortune is told Johnny gets angry when Mogi tells the girl she is going to find a tall and handsome stranger, while arging with the magician Johnny accidentally says his magic words and so he summons his Thunderbolt. Mogi says to Daisy that he cannot continue with the reading as long as Johnny is in the room, since he is a disbeliever his powers won't work unless he leaves, wishing to have the rest of her fortune told Daisy asks Johnny to leave her. Once outside the room Johnny wishes he could see what was happening inside, and so the Thunderbolt makes the wall invisible, when this happens Johnny is able to see how Mogi hypnotizes Daisy, but when he tries to run to help her, he forgets he is watching her through the wall and knocks himself unconcious. When he wakes up he finds Daisy and Mogi and everything seems to be OK, confused Johnny leaves the place. Ten days after that Daisy discovers that her pearls necklace is missing and that in it's place there is a worthless imitation, Johnny remembers the fortune-teller and discovers that he must have stolen the pearls when he hypnotized her, he goes to confront Mogi and while they aare arguing he once again accidentally summons his Thunderbolt and with his help he defeats Mogi and finds Daisy necklace along with much other jewels inside the fortune-teller crystal ball.
- This book was first published on February 7, 1941.
- This issue is reprinted in All-Star Comics Archives Vol. 1.
- For America and Democracy! is reprinted in Justice Society of America: A Celebration of 75 Years.
- Chronologically, the events from this issue take place in December of 1940, immediately following the events from All-Star Comics #3.
- A modernized version of this story is retold in All-Star Squadron #67.
- First Appearances Captain Erdner; Dagger Dan Donelli; Fritz Klaver; Joe McZino; The Baron; Carl (a spy); Dorgoff; Hans(a saboteur) ; Masters; Panzer (a grey shirt); Hans (a grey shirt); Bill(a repented grey shirt); Buddy (a student); Finney; J. Edgar Hoover; Krapek (a radio operator from Springfield); Ryan (an oil field owner); Mogi the Magnificent; Mrs. Darling.
- Last Appearances Captain Erdner (dies in this issue); Dagger Dan Donelli; Fritz Klaver; Joe McZino; The Baron (dies in this issue); Carl; Dorgoff; Hans (Dies in this Issue); Masters; Panzer ; Hans; Bill; Buddy; Finney; Krapek (dies in this issue); Ryan; Mogi the Magnificent.
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- Justice Society Recommended Reading
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1)
- All-Star Comics (Volume 1)
- All-Star Squadron (Volume 1)
- America vs. the Justice Society (Volume 1)
- Infinity Inc. (Volume 1)
- JSA (Volume 1)
- JSA: All Stars (Volume 1)
- JSA Classified (Volume 1)
- JSA: Strange Adventures (Volume 1)
- JSA vs. Kobra (Volume 1)
- Justice Society of America (Volume 1)
- Justice Society of America (Volume 2)
- Justice Society of America (Volume 3)
- Last Days of the Justice Society Special #1
Links and References
- All-Star Squadron at Wikipedia.org
- All-Star Squadron series index at Comicbookdb.com
- All-Star Squadron series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- Justice Society of America article at Wikipedia
- JSA series index at Comicbookdb.com
- JSA series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- Justice Society of America at TV Tropes