Appearing in "Danger Doubled is Death!"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:




Synopsis for "Danger Doubled is Death!"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.


  • First appearance of Danton Black as Multiplex. Danton made his first official appearance in issue #1.
  • Contains a flashback of Firestorm's origin from issue #1.
  • There are several references and events chronicled in this issue, which are no longer validated in the Post-Crisis continuity and must be considered apocryphal:
  • Clark Kent is a broadcaster for WGBS News. In the Post-Crisis continuity, Clark worked as a reporter for the Daily Planet, and never worked as a news broadcaster.
  • Superman is a member of the Justice League of America. As per the Post-Crisis retelling of the Justice League's origin in the JLA: Year One maxi-series, Superman was only an honorary member. He was never a full member of the original incarnation of the Justice League.
  • Ed Raymond makes reference to Wonder Woman operating in New York City. In the Post-Crisis continuity, Wonder Woman did not make her first appearance for many years later, in Legends #6.


  • The cover to this issue is illustrated in the style of the classic "page-turner" shock covers that were popular during the 1970s. These types of covers usually depicted a character or characters displaying behavior that runs counter to the accepted norm. The various Batman and Superman titles of this era were notorious for this style of gimmick marketing.
  • This issue features Volume 78, issue 2 of the Daily Planet Extra (January 9th 1978).
  • This comic book contains advertisements for the following products:
—Tyco Curvehugger HP2 remote control toy cars
—Crossman BB & pellet guns
—Slim Jim beef snacks(featuring the Wolf man)
—Grit Magazine subscription service
—Hostess Cup Cakes – Superman in "The Big Fall"
—DC Comics – Batman Family and World’s Finest comic books
—DL Clark – Clark Bar candy selection
—DC Comics – Direct Currents newsletter
—DC Comics - Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes, Superman vs. Wonder Woman, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Batman vs. Ra's Al Ghul double-sized tabloid special edition comic book magazines
—Unicorn House – Super Sea Monkeys
—DC Comics – Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes and Super Friends paperback editions.
—Mike Marvel – Strong Arms weight lifting advertisement

See Also

  • None.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.