Appearing in "The Infinity Syndrome!"Edit
- Infinity, Inc. (First appearance)
- George C. Marshall, Jr.
- Henry Lewis Stimson
- General Brody
- Rosie the Riveter
- Senator Knight
- Black-Light Ray
- Green Lantern Ring
- Guardian's Shield
- Hammer of Thor
- Silver Scarab's Armor
Synopsis for "The Infinity Syndrome!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The events from this story are Pre-Crisis continuity only and are not preserved in Post-Crisis continuity.
- Reprinted in Infinity Inc.: The Generations Sage, Vol. 1.
- On page three, Starman asks Army chief Marshall, "And what about this Ultra thing", to which Marshall replies, "Ultra? How'd you find out about -- oh, you mean the Ultra-Humanite". What Marshall initially began referencing was a top secret mind-control program run by the CIA called Project MKULTRA. In the real world, Project MKULTRA didn't get started until some time in the 1950s, but this issue posits that the United States government was experimenting with mind control techniques as early as 1942.
- One of the workers at the shipyards is a hefty female welder named Rosie. This is an homage to the fictional American icon Rosie the Riveter who represented the embodiment of the female working class during World War II. In Earth-50 continuity, a super-human named Rosie the Riveter is a member of a patriotic watchdog group called Anthem.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- All-Star Squadron at Wikipedia
- All-Star Squadron at Toonopedia
- All-Star Squadron at DCU Guide
- All-Star Squadron at DC Indexes
- All-Star Squadron at Cosmic Teams
- All-Star Squadron at Comicbookdb.com
- All-Star Squadron series index at Comicbookdb.com
- All-Star Squadron series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
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