"Crisis on Earth-X! The Prequel": Monday, February 23rd, 1942: Uncle Sam reveals, to all of the assembled All Stars, how he first crossed into Earth-X, then came back to Earth-Two to gather his original Freedom Fighters, including Hourman, who is now suffering negative chemical re
All-Star Squadron #32 is an issue of the series All-Star Squadron (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1984.
Appearing in "Crisis on Earth-X! The Prequel"
- All-Star Squadron
- Black Condor
- Commander Steel
- Doctor Fate
- Doctor Mid-Nite
- Doll Man (Flashback and main story)
- Green Lantern
- Human Bomb
- Johnny Quick
- Liberty Belle
- Midnight (Flashback and main story)
- Phantom Lady
- Plastic Man
- The Ray
- Red Bee
- Sargon the Sorcerer
- Spectre (Jim Corrigan)
- Star-Spangled Kid
- Wonder Woman
- Freedom Fighters (Flashback only)
- Earth-Two (1942)
- Earth-X (Flashback only)
- Santa Barbara, California
Synopsis for "Crisis on Earth-X! The Prequel"
Monday, February 23rd, 1942: Uncle Sam reveals, to all of the assembled All Stars, how he first crossed into Earth-X, then came back to Earth-Two to gather his original Freedom Fighters, including Hourman, who is now suffering negative chemical reactions from his Miraclo pills. The first Freedom Fighters died when a Japanese Zero rammed them. Midnight confirms that he and the stricken Doll Man fought Baron Blitzkrieg on Earth-X. The heroes learn that Nazi saboteurs are attacking four of their home bases, and divide into six groups, one each to stop the saboteurs in each town, the fifth (Firebrand, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, and Starman) to fight off a Japanese invasion attempt at Santa Barbara, California, and the sixth to go with Uncle Sam to Earth-X. The Spectre carries Uncle Sam's 2nd team of Freedom Fighters (the Black Condor, Doll Man, the Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, the Ray, and the Red Bee) across the dimensional barriers to Earth-X, but then is himself forbidden by the Voice to follow the new team to their destination.
- Johnny Quick is still trying out his ability to fly. At this story's end he decides to test it by flying from the East Coast to the West. We next see him (in following issue, page 9) as a passenger in Starman's antigravity energy field, somewhere over the Midwest.
- No trivia.
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- 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