"The JSA Returns, Part Seven: ...A Terrifying Hour": In New York City, The Sandman and Sandy the Golden Boy use their Wirepoons to flee from an angry mob riot. At the top of the Chrysler Building, innocent patrons begin attac
- "It's almost sad really. That guy wasn't turned into a monster by choice, y'know. I can't even begin to imagine what that's like."
Appearing in "The JSA Returns, Part Seven: ...A Terrifying Hour"
- Dian Belmont (Mentioned only)
- The Face (Mentioned only)
- Hawkgirl (Mentioned only)
- Office of Strategic Services (Mentioned only)
- Phantom of the Fair (Mentioned only)
- Seven Soldiers of Victory (Mentioned only)
- The Spectre (Mentioned only)
- Wonder Woman (Mentioned only)
- World War II
- World War I (Mentioned only)
- Germany (Mentioned only)
- Cosmic Converter Belt
- Sandman's Gas Gun
- Silicoid Gun (Mentioned only)
- Mystic Symbol of the Seven
Synopsis for "The JSA Returns, Part Seven: ...A Terrifying Hour"
In New York City, The Sandman and Sandy the Golden Boy use their Wirepoons to flee from an angry mob riot. At the top of the Chrysler Building, innocent patrons begin attacking them. Sandman uses his Gas Gun to subdue them.
Inside, they run into the sanity disciple. He is stealing their mind and sanity to grow in size.
As they confront the disciple, the Star-Spangled Kid has his sanity stolen and begins attacking the heroes and knocks out Sandman. Stripesy and Sandy team-up. They agree to perform a suicide mission and ram the Star-Rocket Racer into the disciple and hopefully take him out. Suddenly, The King appears and offers them assistance. The King distracts the disciple as they perform their suicide run. At the last second before impact taking out the disciple, Sandy jumps out of the vehicle with Stripesy en tote, saving both of their lives while taking out the disciple.
Sandman and the Star-Spangled Kid come to. Sandman thanks them for saving them and tells them he's been working on a silicoid gun that would assist in this scenario. Stripesy tells the Kid he has an idea for a better car now that it was destroyed.
Doctor Occult appears and tells them they need to come with him.
- When imitating Tolzmann's father, The King says, wie schade, meaning "what a pity" and sohn bitte, German for "son please". The monster himself says flugmaschine, translating to "flying machine".
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