Pictures and Toy Lines
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At the time All-Star Squadron was published, Plastic Man was
established as a member from the Golden Age era. After Crisis on
Infinite Earths, that may have been modified.
In the pre-Crisis era, there was a story where the JSA went on
trial for suspected treason in the early 1950s (I think it first
came up in 1979). This is a panel from a story that may have been
scripted by Roy Thomas in the mid-80s.
This comes from the initial origin set up for Lyta Hall, wife of
Carter Hall's son Hector, and was published in Wonder Woman
#300 Vol 1
, February 1983.
Shadow Thief was on the loose and the Hawks have their hands full
trying to figure out how to stop him. And then, in the other
picture, we see Carl Sands switching off his intangibility device
after committing a robbery.
Two panels from The Shadow War of Hawkman, published in 1985.
On the one side, we've got another Hawkman illustration by Joe
Kubert, and on the other, an early tale with Johnny Thunder and
Black Canary in the late 40s when she first debuted, soon taking
over Johnny's spot in Flash Comics and becoming one of the most
famous ladies in the DCU.
During the Silver/Bronze Age, Hawkman, as depicted in the time
when the Earth-2 concept was still going strong, wore a simple
yellow mask of the more traditional kind, which he first donned in
1948. He slowly switched back to his more familiar hawk-shaped
mask in the late 1970's.
Jean Loring thanks the Atom (Ray Palmer) for one of his helpful
efforts to thwart the baddies. Plus, one more panel from the
Shadow War of Hawkman.
During the early years, the Winged Warrior fought an otherworldly
machine from Jupiter. The art is by Joe Kubert; one of his early
A little demonstration of Lion-Mane's transformation from man to
beast, not unlike the Hulk over at Marvel, along with a picture
showing how bulletproof he is.
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