"Crisis on Earth-Two!": The combined efforts of the Justice League of America of Earth-One and the Justice Society of America of Earth-Two continue to fail to stop the combined forces of the [[Crime Cham
Appearing in "Crisis on Earth-Two!"
- Justice League of America
- Justice Society of America
- Crime Champions
- Snapper Carr (Mentioned only)
- Amulet of Anubis
- Cloak of Destiny
- Fiddler's Fiddle
- Green Lantern Ring
- Helmet of Fate
- Lasso of Truth
- Nth Metal Wings
- Philosopher's Stone
- Trick Arrows
- Book of Thoth (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Crisis on Earth-Two!"
The combined efforts of the Justice League of America of Earth-One and the Justice Society of America of Earth-Two continue to fail to stop the combined forces of the Crime Champions, a collation of villains from both Earths. The Earth-Two Atom and Hourman go after the Fiddler, robbing a museum; Hawkman and Black Canary go after Wizard; Doctor Fate goes after the Icicle. Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, and the Earth-One Atom go after Felix Faust, Batman and Wonder Woman go after Doctor Alchemy, and Superman and Aquaman go after Chronos who is stealing a clock from a lighthouse.
While both Green Lanterns seek to save the captured Flashes, the pairs and trios of heroes succeeds in capturing the various villains. The heroes soon find themselves trapped in cages in space just like the Flashes, due to a trap that is set off by the release of the Flashes, whose energies provide the power needed to spring the trap.
However their imprisonment is short-lived when the two Green Lanterns are able to shrink themselves down to sub-atomic size to get out of their prison at the Earth-One Atom's suggestion, and then use their combined power rings and the super speed of both Flashes to free the others. The Crime Champions realize what has happened, and the Fiddler thinks there must be an Earth-Three, to which they can escape, but they fail to find one, before the Justice League and the Justice Society defeat the Crime Champions. With their opponents defeated, both groups part company for their own worlds, taking their respective criminals back with them.
- This story continued from last issue.
- Reprinted in DC 100-Page Super Spectacular #6, The Greatest Team-Up Stories Ever Told, Justice League of America Archives, Volume 3, Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 1, DC 100-Page Super Spectacular DC-6 Replica Edition, Showcase Presents: Justice League of America Vol. 2, Justice League of America Omnibus, Volume 1 and Justice Society of America: A Celebration of 75 Years.
- Reference is made to Earth-Three in this issue. Earth-Three will not make its first appearance until Justice League of America #29.
- The cover to this issue is a re-working of the original cover to Mystery in Space (Volume 1) #18, both of which were illustrated by Murphy Anderson.
- The cover to this issue is homaged in Tom Strong #12.
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