Appearing in "Green Arrow: The Origin of Green Arrow"Edit
Synopsis for "Green Arrow: The Origin of Green Arrow"Edit
A gunman who was formerly employed by John Deleon, to whom Oliver Queen lost his fortune, holds a woman hostage at gunpoint aboard the deck of a ship. Green Arrow opposes him, seeking the briefcase full of evidence of Deleon’s wrongdoings the gunman carries, but the terrorist insists on Green Arrow leaping overboard in return for his releasing the woman. Green Arrow remembers his origin story, how Oliver Queen once fell off another ship, swam to Starfish Island, learned the use of a makeshift bow, and used it to help defeat a band of pirates who landed on his isle. Green Arrow then manages to take out the gunman, though the briefcase is lost in the sea. He decides that the papers within it don’t have much meaning to him anymore.
Appearing in "Legion of Super-Heroes: The Secret of the Quintile Crystal"Edit
- Lord Lorval
Synopsis for "Legion of Super-Heroes: The Secret of the Quintile Crystal"Edit
Superboy learns of the Legion's first case, in which the three original Legionnaires had to recover the Quintile Crystal from an alien ambassador who had stolen it.
Appearing in "Huntress: From Each Ending... A Beginning!"Edit
- "Silky" Cernak (a former member of Catwoman's gang) (Single appearance)
- Gotham City Civic Center
- Wayne Manor
Synopsis for "Huntress: From Each Ending... A Beginning!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is the first appearance of the Huntress. The Huntress will soon become a member of the Justice Society of America and an associate of Infinity, Inc. She appears next in All-Star Comics #69 (published concurrently with this issue). All-Star Comics #69 is sometimes credited as Huntress' first appearance, but she actually appears for the first time in this issue.
- This issue reveals the death of the Earth-Two Catwoman. Chronologically, she appeared last in Brave and the Bold (Volume 1) #197 in a storyline that took place in 1955.
- Flash (Jay Garrick) and Flash (Barry Allen) only appear as cameo headshots used to describe the differences between Earth-One and Earth-Two.
- This issue includes a one-page Huntress concept sketch by artist Joe Staton. The sketch precedes Huntress' own story in this issue.
- The Huntress story from this issue is reprinted in The Huntress: Darknight Daughter trade paperback and in the Batman in the Seventies trade paperback.
- No trivia.
- All-Star Comics
- Green Arrow (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow (Volume 2)
- Green Arrow (Volume 3)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 2)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 3)
Links and ReferencesEdit
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks