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"The Seven Soldiers of Spring Break": Green Arrow and Red Arrow are training and start having an argument, on which Red Arrow points out that Oliver stole his Modus Operandi from the Golden Age Green Arrow, Oliver counters it by re

Quote1.png I wear a blindfold because I see only what I need to... and I see that the last time children were a part of the Seven Soldiers of Victory, one of them died. Quote2.png
Crimson Avenger (Jill Carlyle)

Stargirl Spring Break Special #1 is a one-shot with a cover date of July, 2021. It was published on May 25, 2021.

Synopsis for "The Seven Soldiers of Spring Break"

Green Arrow and Red Arrow are training and start having an argument, on which Red Arrow points out that Oliver stole his Modus Operandi from the Golden Age Green Arrow, Oliver counters it by revealing that he is the Golden Age Green Arrow, and then reveals his history with the Seven Soldiers of Victory, in which he and Speedy were sent back in time by Clock King and met other heroes, with which they made friendships and formed the Seven Soldiers. The heroes were eventually sent to the present in an attack by Nebula Man, bringing Oliver and Roy back to their time era but letting the other soldiers stranded in an strange world

Oliver and Emiko are interrupted by The Crimson Avenger who says she needs Green Arrow's help to save Lee Travis. Stargirl and S.T.R.I.P.E. fly to Myrtle Beach, to where Pat was called for a top secret mission, when they arrive, Barbara Whitmore calls Pat. In a bar, Pat and Courtney discuss about the Seven Soldiers of Victory and where they currently are. They're interrupted by Crimson Avenger, who transports both of them to the place where the surviving Seven Soldiers and Red Arrow are.

When they start talking, Crimson Avenger warns Courtney and Emiko not to come. She then says that Lee Travis's body was never found and takes the Soldiers out of the place. Emiko tells Courtney why the Avenger doesn't want them there, mentioning Wing and Star-Spangled Kid's previous deaths. But neither agree and go searching for the adults around Myrtle Beach.

They find them when the Soldiers fall from the skies being attacked by Clock King and time-displaced Pterodactyls. In the chaos of the attack, Emiko and Courtney find Lee Travis. They them try to help against Clock King, and are repressed by Crimson Avenger II. She tries to free herself off the curse by saving Lee Travis, but, by touching him, she ends up creating a time paradox. This makes Stargirl see a group of children (including Wing) running from the Childminder. Lee Travis tells Courtney to destroy Degaton's time machine, which she does, and then sacrifices himself.

In the aftermath, Lee Travis' death, his body is found and he receives a funeral service. Clock King is also not found. Emiko crashes into Courtney's house and says she has a lead to Wing's location.

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Synopsis for "Justice Society: Past Is Prologue"

On a bar in Hollywood, Per Degaton attacks Clock King. Degaton then says that he and Clock King have people to hurt, many of them.

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Synopsis for "Where's Stripesy?"

The Justice Society of America, the All-Star Squadron, the Infinity, Inc., the Seven Soldiers of Victory and the Freedom Fighters party on a beach.

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  • The story The Seven Soldiers of Spring Break reveals how the Seven Soldiers of Victory were around after World War II
    • Green Arrow and Speedy were thrown back in time by Clock King and joined the Seven Soldiers.
    • The team was then thrown forward in time by Nebula Man.
  • There is a page on Courtney Whitmore's many written excuses from Blue Valley High School with credit by Brec Bassinger.
  • There's a Seven Soldiers of Victory Pin-up by Jerry Ordway and Hi-Fi



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