"Justice Society of America: "The Movie That Changed a Man's Life"": Wealthy industrialist Jason L. Rogers, approaches the Justice Society of America to enlist their help to deal with the criminal mastermind known as the [[Jason Rogers (Earth-Two)|Monst
- It's time I taught Rogers a new lesson in horror! A new horror that will drive his mind from his body!
- -- The Monster
Appearing in Justice Society of America: "The Movie That Changed a Man's Life"
- The Thunderbolt
- Dr. Horatio Hill (Dies)
- Harlan Walsh
- Ira Young
- Marvin Walsh
- Roland Cord
- Walter Noonan
- Sky Craft
Synopsis for Justice Society of America: "The Movie That Changed a Man's Life"
Wealthy industrialist Jason L. Rogers, approaches the Justice Society of America to enlist their help to deal with the criminal mastermind known as the Monster, who has been targeting his home and businesses for the last 15 years. He also tells the story of how he had a home movie made of himself and his wife, and how, viewing it alone, his wife somehow died of fright.
Sandman and Doctor Fate are sent to guard Rogers’ home. The rest of the members set out to foil the Monster’s plans, which were left on Rogers’ desk. Hawkman stops the Monster's plan of taking over a steel baron’s factories by blackmailing his twin brother. The Spectre helps stop the Monster from extorting Jason Rogers’ friend, while the Atom breaks up a payroll heist. Doctor Mid-Nite breaks up the Monster’s racket of surgically altering millionaire’s faces, and collecting ransom to fix them. The Starman stops a mass robbery at planetarium. Johnny Thunder tries to stop a jewelry robbery, but gets captured by the Monster’s gang. The Thunderbolt rescues Johnny and takes care of the gang. At the end of each mission, every member engages with the Monster, but the Monster manages to escape each time.
Their missions complete, the Justice Society gathers together in Rogers’ home to watch the home movie. When there is a problem with the film, Rogers leaves to fix it, and the Monster appears and gets the upper hand against the Justice Society. The Monster is unable to kill them with his bare hands, so he draws a ray-gun, but Johnny Thunder kicks his hand and the Monster shoots himself in the face. Having defeated the monster, they return to watch the film where they learn that Rogers was the Monster, when they witness his transformation on film.
Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "Ghost Plane"
- Major Dunning
- Lockheed P-38 Lightning
Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "Ghost Plane"
Hop Harrigan and Tank Tinker catch a glimpse of the "Ghost Plane", a silent and invisible bomber that attacks their airfield every night, while patrolling their airfield. Hop sets a trap for the plane using Tank as a sentry in a hot air balloon. With Tank at the lookout, Hop gets the drop on the Ghost Plane and kills the pilot, then boards and lands the Ghost Plane.
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