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"The Unknown Soldier of Victory": The Justice League of America celebrates its 100th meeting with a gala party, and among the guests are Elongated Man, Metamorpho, [[Zatanna Zatara (New Earth)|Zatanna
Appearing in "The Unknown Soldier of Victory"
- Nebula Man (First appearance)
- The Dummy (Flashback only)
- Iron Hand (Flashback only)
- Big Caesar
- Professor Merlin
- Red Dragon
- Diana Prince
- Adam Strange
- Alanna Strange
- Elongated Man
- Snapper Carr
- Wing (Flashback only)
- Oracle (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Unknown Soldier of Victory"
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.
- Continued in the next issue.
- This issue is reprinted in DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest #11 and Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 3.
- Although the events from this issue are still considered part of the modern canon, many of the details have been altered to fit the Post-Crisis environment, as seen in the retelling in Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #9.
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