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"A Call To Arms": Fury joins the fray, as do Flying Fox and Iron Munro, as they help fend off the new superpowered villain group known as Axis Amerika at the All-Star Squadron headquarters. As the villain
Appearing in "A Call To Arms"
- Air Wave
- Amazing Man
- Crimson Avenger
- Doctor Fate
- Doctor Mid-Nite
- Doctor Occult
- Green Lantern
- Johnny Quick
- Liberty Belle
- Mister America
- Mister Terrific
- Sargon the Sorcerer
- Shining Knight
- Star-Spangled Kid
- Johnny Thunder
Synopsis for "A Call To Arms"
Fury joins the fray, as do Flying Fox and Iron Munro, as they help fend off the new superpowered villain group known as Axis Amerika at the All-Star Squadron headquarters. As the villains retreat, Green Lantern joins with Neptune Perkins and Tsunami in tow as the members of the All-Star Squadron decide what to do with these new young heroes. It is when Dan the Dyna-Mite returns with President Franklin D. Roosevelt that Hawkman and Liberty Belle decide to give these members probationary status as members of a youth auxiliary to the All-Star Squadron.
- The Golden Age heroes featured on the cover include (on left) Dr. Mid-Nite, Star-Spangled Kid, Atom, (on right) Firebrand (Danette Reilly), Stripesy, Robotman, (on bottom) Flash.
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