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"The Unknown Soldier of Victory": This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #100.



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Synopsis for "The Unknown Soldier of Victory"

This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #100.

The Justice League of America celebrates its 100th meeting with a gala party, and among the guests are Elongated Man, Metamorpho, Zatanna, and Diana Prince. No sooner does the affair begin than the heroes and their guests are summoned to Earth-Two to aid the Justice Society of America in overcoming a giant nebulous hand that is about to crush their planet to bits. Combining his magic with that of Zatanna and Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Dr. Fate contacts Oracle, a cosmic entity who informs the heroes that only the Seven Soldiers of Victory can overcome the menace that threatens them. He also reveals that the once-famous crimefighting team had been scattered to various eras of Earth's past as a result of their battle with an energy-creature called the Nebula Man. Oracle then transports the heroes in search of the Seven Soldiers in three-man teams. Dr. Fate, the Atom, and Elongated Man find the Crimson Avenger possessed of strange powers in his new role as king of an Aztec tribe. Escaping the natives who battle to defend the former crusader, they restore his memory and return him to the present. Meanwhile, the Iron Hand, a villain once defeated by the Seven Soldiers, proves to be the mastermind behind both the Nebula-Man and the giant hand menace.

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Synopsis for "The Hand That Shook the World"

This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #101.

Briefed by Diana Prince, who has remained behind in JSA HQ, Robin, Mr. Terrific, and Green Lantern of Earth-Two set out to prevent various disasters being caused by the presence of the giant hand encircling the Earth. Meanwhile, Superman, Sandman, and Metamorpho locate the Shining Knight, who has become an ally of Genghis Khan; Hawkman, Wonder Woman of Earth-Two, and Dr. Mid-Nite storm a castle in Robin Hood's era to rescue the Earth-Two Green Arrow; and Batman, Starman, and Hourman unite to free Stripesy from captivity in ancient Egypt. Back in the present, the Iron Hand invades JSA headquarters to attack Diana.

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Synopsis for "...And One of Us Must Die!"

This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #102.

Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Johnny Thunder save the Vigilante from being burned at the stake by Indians, while Aquaman, Wildcat, and Green Lantern retrieve the Star-Spangled Kid from a prehistoric era, and Flash, Zatanna, and Red Tornado battle the sorceress Circe to recover an enthralled Speedy. With the entire Seven Soldiers of Victory team united in the present, the JLA and JSA discover that Wing, the Crimson Avenger's companion and unofficial eighth member of the team, had sacrificed his life to use the secret weapon that had defeated the Nebula-Man—the same weapon that can now destroy the giant hand that holds the Earth in its grip. Diana Prince defeats the Iron Hand, but even the master villain cannot prevent his creation from destroying the world after its controls are accidentally smashed. After the Seven Soldiers recreate their weapon, the heroes argue over which of them will carry it into the heart of the nebulous menace. Finally, the Red Tornado takes the matter into his own hands and performs the mission himself, apparently sacrificing his existence as Wing had before him.

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Synopsis for "The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant"

This story is reprinted from Justice League of America #17.

Having survived his encounter against Adam Strange [1], The Tornado Tyrant begins observing Adam Strange to see how he manages to defeat his opponents. He witnesses many of Strange's adventures and when Strange battled Kanjar Ro with the help of the Justice League of America, the Tornado Tyrant became more interested in the group. Witnessing their recent adventures the Tornado Tyrant decides that he wants to become a champion himself.

Creating his own Earth, and splitting himself into duplicates of the Justice League, the newly renamed Tornado Champion attempts to be a hero in his own right. However, with the creation of his own Earth, the Tornado Champion also created a duplicate Tornado Tyrant. Pitting his Justice League duplicates against the power of the Tornado Tyrant, the Tornado Champion is able to defeat his opponent.

With his victory complete, Tornado Champion reemerges into his true form, hoping to be a hero in his own right.

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  • This book was first published on April 6, 1981.
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