""Generations!"": Six costumed youths, Nuklon, Fury, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, and Silver Scarab, crash a Christmas Eve meeting of the Justice Society of America and petition to be allowed in. After a brief scuffle, the Society members discover that t
Infinity Inc. #1 is an issue of the series Infinity Inc. (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1984.
Synopsis for "Generations!"
Six costumed youths, Nuklon, Fury, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, and Silver Scarab, crash a Christmas Eve meeting of the Justice Society of America and petition to be allowed in. After a brief scuffle, the Society members discover that the sextet are either children of JSA members or of old friends, and that Jade and Obsidian claim to be Green Lantern's children, though he has no memory of them. When the Justice Society says that the six of them need more experience, the youth go their own way. Minutes later, another party-crasher barges in, appearing to be the Brain Wave.
Appearing in "Generations!"
- Justice Society of America
- Steve Trevor (Flashback only)
- Terri Rothstein (Flashback only)
- Danette Reilly (Flashback only)
- Phil Rothstein (Dies in flashback)
- Fred Cantrell (Flashback only)
- Osoro (Flashback only)
- Worla (Flashback only)
- Flicka (Flashback only)
- Includes an editorial by Roy Thomas entitled "From Here to Infinity".
- Reprinted in Infinity Inc.: The Generations Saga, Vol. 1.
- Terri Rothstein is the mother of Nuklon and the daughter of the late Terry Curtis, aka Cyclotron. Terri's birth was chronicled in All-Star Squadron Annual #2 set in the year 1942.
- The background watermark on the cover to this issue is a reproduction of the cover to All-Star Comics #3, the first appearance of the Justice Society of America.
- Nuklon says that Al Pratt gained super-strength and changed his costume in 1948 (as he did in the original Golden Age comics). Later, JSA Returns: All-Star Comics #2 retconned it to 1945, shortly before the end of World War II.