- Paul Levitz
- Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
- Wally Wood; A. L. Sirois (uncredited)
- Carl Gafford
- Ben Oda
- Job Number
- Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Superman (Earth-2) (guest star, retires from the JSA); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Power Girl (joins); Star-Spangled Kid]; Injustice Society of the World [Solomon Grundy [Cyrus Gold]; The Fiddler [Isaac Bowin]] (villain); Zanadu (villain); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]
- Dr. Fate 'dies' from his injuries as Zanadu begins his ultimate plan for Earth-2. However, 'fate' steps in and the good Dr. is revived to vanquish Zanadu once more, re-encasing him in his amber prison once more. The Injustice Society also reemerges as Fiddler is controlling Wildcat, as the rest of the JSA/Squad faces Solomon Grundy.
Per Keith Giffen's interview in Alter Ego # 14: "I was just the layout artist. I can make a claim to some design work, the pacing of the story, and the layout of the panels. But I was just the storyboard guy. And then Woody would come along with his people and he would work his magic over the top of it. Info is also confirmed in the letters page. Sirois background inks per Wallace Wood Checklist.
Superman retires from the JSA once more and insists that Power Girl is elected as his replacement. It is revealed on the splash page of the next issue, continuing from this issue, that both Power Girl and Star-Spangled Kid have been made "full-fledged members" of the Justice Society.
Story continues from the previous issue; story continues in part in the next issue.