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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
John Byrne (signed)
Inks
John Byrne (signed)
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Superman; Wonder Woman; Captain Marvel; Dr. Fate; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Flash; Blue Beetle; Martian Manhunter; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
John Ostrander (plot); Len Wein (script)
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Karl Kesel
Colors
Carl Gafford
Letters
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Job Number
G-2801
Genre
superhero
Characters
Black Canary [Dinah Laurel Lance]; Phantom Stranger; Batman; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Flash [Wally West]; Changeling [Garfield Logan]; Count Vertigo; New Gods [Apokolips [Darkseid; Desaad; Glorious Godfrey (as G. Gordon Godfrey)]]; Joker; Ms. Magnificient and her Pretty Boys; Chronos [David Clinton]; Suicide Squad [Captain Boomerang [George 'Digger' Harkness]; Deadshot [Floyd Lawton]; Enchantress [June Moon]; Bronze Tiger [Ben Turner]; Colonel Rick Flagg, Jr.]; Shirley (an artist, Joker's girlfriend); Inza Cramer Nelson; Amanda Waller; President Ronald Reagan
Synopsis
Darkseid's plan to destroy all of Earth's heroes through their legends is succeeding quite well, thanks to Godfrey (as G. Gordon Godfrey)'s actions. Phantom Stranger, meanwhile, has been viewing these events, and warns Darkseid his plan will fail, although helpless to actually interfere in these events.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
John Ostrander (plot); Len Wein (script)
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Karl Kesel
Colors
Tom Ziuko
Letters
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Black Canary [Dinah Laurel Lance]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Batman; Flash [Wally West]; Changeling [Garfield Logan]; Superman; Phantom Stranger; Robin [Jason Todd]; Macro-Man; Sunspot; Captain Boomerang [George 'Digger' Harkness]; Warhounds; New Gods [Glorious Godfrey [G. Gordon Godfrey]; Darkseid]; Lisa Sutton; President Ronald Reagan
Synopsis
As Darksied's plan has almost reached its conclusion, the heroes rise up in a final standoff vs. Glorious Godfrey (as G. Gordon Godfrey) in Washington, D.C., where he plans a huge rally to crush the heroes once and for all. Billy, realizing things have really gotten worse for the heroes, decides he has to become Captain Marvel once more to aid them.
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Keywords
Apokolips

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comic story / 30 pages (report information)

Script
John Ostrander (plot); Len Wein (script)
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Karl Kesel (pp. 1-20); Dennis Janke (pp. 21-30)
Colors
Carl Gafford
Letters
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Phantom Stranger; Shazam! (Captain Marvel) [Billy Batson]; Firestorm [Ronnie Raymond]; Martian Manhunter; Elongated Man; Vixen; Gypsy; Superman; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Batman; Black Canary [Dinah Laurel Lance]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Flash [Wally West]; Changeling [Garfield Logan]; Wonder Woman; Robin [Jason Todd]; New Gods [Apokolips [Darkseid; Glorious Godfrey (as G. Gordon Godfrey); Macro-Man (flashback only); Brimstone (flashback only); Warhounds; Parademons]; Suicide Squad [Captain Boomerang [George 'Digger' Harkness]; Deadshot [Floyd Lawton]; Enchantress [June Moone]; Bronze Tiger [Ben Turner]; Colonel Rick Flag, Jr.]; President Ronald Reagan
Synopsis
As Glorious Godfrey unleashes a final assault vs. the heroes in Washington, D.C. with a frenzied mob, they are stopped thanks to Robin (Jason Todd) appearing with young children, forming a human shield around the heroes. Godfrey slaps a child who refuses to move out of the mob's way, which then awakens the mob, and turns them vs. him. He retaliates using warhounds to attack everyone, with the heroes defending them successfully, but he steals Fate's helmet, and is defeated by it when he attempts to use its powers for his own purposes as he puts it on. Darkseid's plan fails.
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