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** Zbtor
 
** Zbtor
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
* Agnar Akman
+
* Agnar Akman {{Flashback}}
 
* Bill
 
* Bill
* Ekar
+
* Ekar {{Flashback}}
 
* Everett
 
* Everett
 
* General Hastings
 
* General Hastings
 
* J.B. Elroy
 
* J.B. Elroy
* Kyris
+
* Kyris {{Flashback}}
* Modr
+
* Modr {{Flashback}}
* Obnar
+
* Obnar {{Flashback}}
 
* Professor Mangin
 
* Professor Mangin
* Yagoth
+
* Yagoth {{Flashback}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
 
* {{a|[[Earth-Two]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Earth-Two]]}}
** Exactly 1 million years prior 1949 AD
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** Exactly 1 million years prior 1949 AD {{Flashback}}
 
*** An advanced atomic civilization
 
*** An advanced atomic civilization
 
** {{a|[[1949]]}}
 
** {{a|[[1949]]}}
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**** Thor Uranium Mining and Refining Company, New England
 
**** Thor Uranium Mining and Refining Company, New England
 
'''Items:'''
 
'''Items:'''
* Asbestos Suits
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* {{WP|Asbestos suit}}s
 
* {{a|[[Bracelets of Submission]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Bracelets of Submission]]}}
* {{WP|Carbon arc|Carbon-arc Projectors}}
+
* {{WP|Carbon arc welding|Carbon-arc Projectors}}
  +
* {{WP|Carnotite}}
 
* {{WP|Cyclotron}}
 
* {{WP|Cyclotron}}
* Gold Leaf Electroscope
+
* {{WP|Daily Press}}
* {{a|[[Starheart|Green Flame of Life]]}}
+
* {{WP|Ether}}
* {{a|[[Green Lantern Ring]]}}
+
* {{WP|Gold leaf electroscope}}
  +
* {{a|[[Starheart|Green Flame of Life Power Ring]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Lasso of Truth]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Lasso of Truth]]}}
 
* Lead-Lined Suits
 
* Lead-Lined Suits
* {{a|[[Mental Radio]]}}
+
* {{a|[[Mental Radio|Telesenders]]}}
  +
* {{WP|Mercury-in-glass thermometer}}
 
* {{a|[[Nth Metal|Nth Metal Wings]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Nth Metal|Nth Metal Wings]]}}
  +
* {{WP|Pitchblende}}
  +
* {{WP|Radium}}
 
* Radium Gun
 
* Radium Gun
 
* Robot {{WP|Tabulating machine|Tabulator}}
 
* Robot {{WP|Tabulating machine|Tabulator}}
* {{WP|Thermometer}}
 
* {{a|[[Wonder Woman's Tiara]]}}
 
 
* {{WP|Uranium}}
 
* {{WP|Uranium}}
* {{WP|Radium}}
+
* {{WP|Uranium oxide}}
  +
* {{a|[[Wonder Woman's Tiara]]}}
  +
  +
 
'''Vehicles:'''
 
'''Vehicles:'''
 
* <br/>
 
* <br/>
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| Notes =
 
| Notes =
  +
* Hawkman wears a mask instead his winged helmet in this issue.
  +
* Atom wears his second uniform in this issue. In this point of time, there is no explanation behind this garment. [[All-Star Squadron Annual Vol 1 2]] retcons this uniform as a homage to [[Terrence Kurtzberger (New Earth)|Cyclotron]], from who Atom gained his atomic powers.
 
| Trivia =
 
| Trivia =
  +
* Through mental radios, JSA makes a {{WP|videoconference}}, perhaps the first in the world.
  +
* This is little remembered, but the original Black Canary died due to a cancer by concentrated radiation exposure of villain [[Aquarius (New Earth)|Aquarius]]. In this issue she also receives radiation from Fire People, but without side effects.
  +
* In carbon-arc welding a carbon electrode is used to produce an electric arc between the electrode and the materials being bonded. This arc produces temperatures in excess of 3,000 °C. At this temperature the separate metals form a bond and become welded together. The fire creatures were supposed to produce heat below this temperature, in such a way that the heat of the carbon arc (or greater) was precisely their weakness.
 
| Recommended =
 
| Recommended =
 
| Links =
 
| Links =

Revision as of 13:02, May 7, 2019

"Justice Society of America: "The Invasion of the Fire People"": The Justice Society must fight a race of Fire People from a comet, who intend to rob Earth of its radium and inadvertently wipe humanity off the face of the planet.

All-Star Comics #49 is an issue of the series All-Star Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1949.

Appearing in Justice Society of America: "The Invasion of the Fire People"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Dr. Grover Conrad

Antagonists:

  • Fire People
    • Kmago
    • Kurdo
    • Nkasi
    • Xlki
    • Xtok
    • Xzox
    • Yrni
    • Zbat
    • Zbtor

Other Characters:

  • Agnar Akman (Flashback only)
  • Bill
  • Ekar (Flashback only)
  • Everett
  • General Hastings
  • J.B. Elroy
  • Kyris (Flashback only)
  • Modr (Flashback only)
  • Obnar (Flashback only)
  • Professor Mangin
  • Yagoth (Flashback only)

Locations:

  • Earth-Two
    • Exactly 1 million years prior 1949 AD (Flashback only)
      • An advanced atomic civilization
    • 1949
      • United States of America
        • Civic City
          • CCT-TV Studio
          • Dr. Conrad's Mountaintop Retreat
        • Desert, Southwest
        • Five Lakes Hospital, Midwest
        • Palomina University Physics Lab, Far West
        • Thor Uranium Mining and Refining Company, New England

Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for Justice Society of America: "The Invasion of the Fire People"

The Justice Society must fight a race of Fire People from a comet, who intend to rob Earth of its radium and inadvertently wipe humanity off the face of the planet.

Appearing in "Larry Minter Was Innocent"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Antagonists:


Other Characters:


Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for "Larry Minter Was Innocent"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Hawkman wears a mask instead his winged helmet in this issue.
  • Atom wears his second uniform in this issue. In this point of time, there is no explanation behind this garment. All-Star Squadron Annual Vol 1 2 retcons this uniform as a homage to Cyclotron, from who Atom gained his atomic powers.

Trivia

  • Through mental radios, JSA makes a videoconference, perhaps the first in the world.
  • This is little remembered, but the original Black Canary died due to a cancer by concentrated radiation exposure of villain Aquarius. In this issue she also receives radiation from Fire People, but without side effects.
  • In carbon-arc welding a carbon electrode is used to produce an electric arc between the electrode and the materials being bonded. This arc produces temperatures in excess of 3,000 °C. At this temperature the separate metals form a bond and become welded together. The fire creatures were supposed to produce heat below this temperature, in such a way that the heat of the carbon arc (or greater) was precisely their weakness.



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

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