"The Secret Conquest of the Earth!": The Justice Society is mysteriously absent from the world for a year, during which crime raises meteorically and rumors of a third World War abound. Their absence is explained by the emergence of four ancient kings
All-Star Comics #52 is an issue of the series All-Star Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1950.
Synopsis for "The Secret Conquest of the Earth!"
The Justice Society is mysteriously absent from the world for a year, during which crime raises meteorically and rumors of a third World War abound. Their absence is explained by the emergence of four ancient kings with great telepathic might from an archaeological dig; the Four Kings placed the JSA in suspended animation and put into motion a scheme to take over the planet.
Appearing in "The Secret Conquest of the Earth!"
- Justice Society of America
- Professor Matthews
- Bracelets of Submission
- Green Flame of Life
- Green Lantern Ring
- Lasso of Truth
- Nth Metal Wings
- Wonder Woman's Tiara
Synopsis for "The Last Man on Earth!"
Appearing in "The Last Man on Earth!"
- Prof. Rome
- Prof. Gordon Star (Only appearance; dies)
- The Secret Conquest of the Earth is reprinted in All-Star Comics Archives Vol. 11.
- The Secret Conquest of the Earth:
- The JSA story seems have no nexus in continuity. 7 JSAers were in suspended animation during one year - but how to fit this story between the respective adventures of each of the heroes? Wonder Woman and Green Lantern stories were not interrupted. Only America vs. the Justice Society Vol 1 4 makes reference to this story.
- The Great South-American country might be Argentina; this is the greatest Spanish-speaking country in South America (Brazil speaks Portuguese).
- The Northern part of Africa seems be Egypt or Sudan (Sudan is the country with most pyramids in the world.)
- The Last Man on Earth
- This story implies that time forms a cycle, in which the end of the times and the beginning of the times are linked; then, time-travel to the future in a extremely accelerated rate would invariably take the traveler to the past.