- Ratzi, I don't know where you've been hiding all these years -- but I cut my baby teeth on skunks like you!
Appearing in "Crisis on Earth-X!"
- Freedom Fighters (First appearance)
- Adolf Hitler (In a photograph only)
- Plastic Man (Flashback only)
- Blackhawk Squadron (Flashback only)
- Earth-X (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Crisis on Earth-X!"
The Justice League and Justice Society test the Trans-matter Cube, a new device for travel between their parallel Earths, but the machine malfunctions when the Red Tornado stows away, in an attempt to return to his home world. Batman, Green Arrow, and Elongated Man, together with Dr. Fate, Sandman, and Superman of Earth-2 are hurled into Earth-X—yet another parallel world, where the Nazis won World War II, and have invaded America. They are rescued from attacking German soldiers by the Freedom Fighters, the last surviving super-heroes of this world: Doll Man, Phantom Lady, Human Bomb, Black Condor, the Ray, and Uncle Sam. Dr. Fate pinpoints the locations of a series of mind-control ray-projectors used by the Nazis to consolidate their conquest, and the three teams of heroes unite to destroy them. Batman, Dr. Fate, the Ray, and the Human Bomb invade the Eiffel Tower, and battle four demonic creations of a Nazi computer, but the destruction of the first mind-control device yields no positive results.
- This issue is reprinted in Crisis on Multiple Earths, Volume 3.
- First appearance of the alternate reality known as Earth-X. Retroactively, Earth-X is the home reality of all of the super-heroes from the defunct Quality Comics publishing house.
- First DC Comics appearance of the Black Condor, Doll Man, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Ray and Uncle Sam. First appearance of the characters banded together as the Freedom Fighters.
- This issue establishes that the Earth-X variants of Plastic Man and the Blackhawks died in 1944 (though this Plastic Man was ultimately revealed to be the Earth-Two version, in All-Star Squadron #50).
- In Earth-X continuity, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a heart-attack and died in 1944. In all other realities, Roosevelt passed away in April of 1945.
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