"Constellations, Part Two: Star, Struck!": Stargirl asks about who Johnny Sorrow is. Johnny was a silent film star back in the 1920's but when audio was introduced to films, his career tanked because he had a creepy and unappealing voice. When Sorrow had a run in with the JSA, he was teleported
JSA All-Stars #3 is an issue of the series JSA All-Stars (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 2010. It was published on February 10, 2010.
- 1 Synopsis for "Constellations, Part Two: Star, Struck!"
- 2 Appearing in "Constellations, Part Two: Star, Struck!"
- 3 Synopsis for "The Inheritance, Part Two: Menace in Venice"
- 4 Appearing in "The Inheritance, Part Two: Menace in Venice"
- 5 Notes
- 6 Trivia
- 7 See Also
- 8 Recommended Reading
- 9 Links and References
Synopsis for "Constellations, Part Two: Star, Struck!"
Stargirl asks about who Johnny Sorrow is. Johnny was a silent film star back in the 1920's but when audio was introduced to films, his career tanked because he had a creepy and unappealing voice. When Sorrow had a run in with the JSA, he was teleported to a place called the Fractional Dimension. When Sorrow returned from the dimesnion, he came back with no face but if he should remove his mask then his intended victim would die instantly from pure terror. Both Power Girl and Magog decide that they will come up with a plan of action on how to handle Sorrow as well as his Injustice Society because they can't afford to charge in half cocked.
At the White Star Cinema, Sorrow grabs Killer Wasp and fillets him with a blade. Killer Wasp's bloody sacrifice will pay homage to Sorrow's god...the King of Tears. Tigress shares her disgust over Sorrow's actions with Icicle. Sorrow hears Tigress and he approaches her with his blade that is still dripping with Killer Wasp's blood. Sorrow confesses that he is willing to sacrifice the entire world if it gets in his way of bringing the King of Tears onot the Earthly Realm or being with Stargirl. Sorrow reaches into Killer Wasp's chest and rips out his heart.
The next day on 1304 Sycamore Street at New Rochelle New York, Rick Tyler and Jesse Chambers get dressed after having sex in the early morning. Rick asks Jesse to confront their neighbor about his dog relieivng himself on their yard. Jesse kisses Rick and runs off super fast. Rex Tyler enters Rick's home with breakfast so they can talk. Rex tells Rick that Jesse is a good woman and he better not screw up their marriage. Rick admits that Magog's leadership has caused unwanted tension throughout the JSA. Rex confesses that JSA stood on the wayside during the 1950's but when he rejoined the team, it almost cost Rex his marriage to Rick's mom.
Magog goes over some fighting techniques and weak spots that the team should aim for since some of them are opposed to the idea of killing their opponents. Magog first pairs up King Chimera with Cyclone. Chimera's condescending tone toward Cyclone gets the better of him when she jabs him in the kidney but then Chimera throws Cyclone over his shoulder and she lands on the dirt. Power Girl and Magog enter a sparring match but their points of view on how to deal with villains cause the fight to get nasty. Ultimately, Power Girl sucker punches Magog's self righteous face. Magog leaves the training facility feeling angry and humiliated by Power Girl. Later that day, Roxy reports that Magog has broken into a prison. Power Girl fears that Magog is venting his anger by eliminating a few hardcore criminals.
In the dream world, Sandy Hawkins covers his eyes from the horror he witnessed but then he hears Wesley Dodd's voice. Wesley tries to help Sandy by telling him to contact a caring star about what's going on with him and to wake up. Sandy finally wakes ups and finds himself back in his apartment. Sandy figures that Wesley meant to contact Power Girl so he tries to call her with his cell phone.
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Synopsis for "The Inheritance, Part Two: Menace in Venice"
Icicle and Tigress interrogate Christoff Fazi because they figure Fazi must have told another interested party about Grunstrasse's deal. Fazi confesses that a Peter Blue who was staying at the Imperial, also wanted the book. Icicle and Tigress go to Blue's hotel room and find a lot of opened candy wrappers on his bed as well as a receipt from the airport. Tigress and Icicle try to reserve tickets for Venice but all seats are booked. Tigress tries to pass off Icicle as a member of the Blue Man Group to a couple and asks them if she could purchase their tickets because they have a performance in Venice to get to.
Little did Tigress realize that she purchased her tickets from Jesse Chambers and Rick Tyler. This gives Jesse and Rick an advantage to be ahead of the villains. Jesse searched all the agent's terminals at the airport but she couldn't find a Peter Blue which means he is using an alias. Jesse uses her speed force ability to take her and Rick to Venice before the plane lands. Both heroes arrive in Venice in a flash and Jesse wants to wait for the villains when they arrive on their flight while she suggests that Rick scope out Blue's intended hotel reservation at the Magnifico.
Icicle recalls Blue's ticket reservation at the airport as well as his seat placement on the flight. Icicle interrogates Blue by icing the starboard wing of the plane. The pilot of the Cosmopolitan airplane calls the watchtower and asks for a weather update on their way to Marco Polo International because one of the wings has iced over. Icicle threatens to ice the other side of the plane unless Blue hands over the book. Blue explains that he doesn't have the book. A courier has the book and is taking the journal to his employer whom he had never met in person. Icicle expresses his frustration and disappointment.
Icicle attempts to kill Blue for wasting his time but Blue offers to get the book back for a price. Icicle grabs Blue and tells him that Blue's fee will be his continued existence and quite possibly Grunstrasse's payment if Blue delivers. Icicle puts a calling card in Blue's hands and returns to his original seat. Jesse tells Rick that the flight has landed and she watches as the two villains follow a man intensely.
Jesse figures that this man is Peter Blue so she calls Rick to give him a detailed description of Blue because they want bring in Blue for questioning. As for Jesse, she gets in between the villains and Blue. Her distraction aggravates Tigress and forces Icicle to assault her. Tigress calls out to the police in Italian and says Jesse is hurting her husband. The police pull their guns on Jesse and order her to stand down.
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