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Issue Details

Issue #69
Published November-December 1977
Frequency bi-monthly
Cover Price 0.35 USD
Pages 36
Editing Joe Orlando

Cover Details - "Sensational Showdown Issue as The Original JSAers Come Back To Battle The New Team !"

Characters Justice Society of America [Power Girl (inset); Dr. Fate; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (inset, introduction); Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Robin (Earth-2); Wonder Woman (Earth-2)]
Genre superhero
Pencils Al Milgrom
Inks Jack Abel

17 page Justice Society of America story "United We Fall!"

Characters Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Power Girl; Robin (Earth-2); Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Superman (Earth-2)]; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (introduction, cameo); Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne (Earth-2); Psycho Pirate (image only); Catwoman [Selina Kyle Wayne] (flashback)
Synopsis The JSA is divided against itself with one group -- consisting of Hawkman, Green Lantern, Flash, Star Spangled Kid, Wildcat, Dr. Fate -- facing off against a group with Commissioner Bruce Wayne behind them -- Robin, Wonder Woman, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hourman -- seeking to arrest the others on trumped up charges. Though Power Girl is hurt, Superman and Dr. Fate save the day when Superman stops the fight and Fate reveals that Commissioner Wayne is being controlled by the Psycho Pirate.
Genre superhero
Script Paul Levitz
Pencils Joe Staton
Inks Bob Layton
Colors Liz Berube
Letters Ben Oda
Notes Story continued in part from All-Star Comics (DC, 1976 series) #68 and the annual JLA-JSA team-up in Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #147-148. First appearance of the Helena Wayne as the Huntress, who simultaneously first appears in this issue and DC Super Stars (DC, 1976 series) #17 (origin), both released August 24, 1977. In the story she's watching behind the scenes, hoping not to get involved unless things go too far,given her father's recent erratic behavior towards the JSA.

1 page Aquaman advertisement "The Ice Age"

Characters Aquaman
Genre superhero
Script E. Nelson Bridwell ?
Pencils Curt Swan
Inks Vince Colletta
Letters Ben Oda
Notes An advertisement for Hostess products featuring DC characters and produced by DC staff

1 page All Star Comments letters page

Letters typeset