Appearing in "The Icy Heat of Killer Frost!"Edit
- Firestorm[[Category::wikipedia:Ronald Raymond (New Earth)/Appearances]]
- Curt Holland an actor (Single appearance)
- Justice League Satellite I
- New York City
Synopsis for "The Icy Heat of Killer Frost!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- There are some elements to this story which would have to be modernized to reflect the Post-Crisis continuity. In the revised canon, Wonder Woman was not a member of the original incarnation of the Justice League of America (although this too would later be repudiated). Historically, events corresponding to Wonder Woman should be attributed to the second Black Canary. The Hawkman that appears in this issue was originally Katar Hol of Thanagar, but in the Post-Crisis continuity, events corresponding to Hawkman's tenure as a member of the original Justice League are attributed to Carter Hall – the Golden Age Hawkman.
- Killer Frost appears next in Firestorm Vol 2 #20.
- Firestorm reveals his secret identity to his colleagues in the Justice League in this issue. Prior to this instance, only Superman knew of his duel identity.
- Contains a flashback of events from Firestorm #1.
- The character of Curt Holland is loosely based on the likeness of Hollywood actor, Burt Reynolds. This issue features a movie billboard for a Curt Holland film named Smokey and the Thief Wreck Georgia - an obvious play on the Burt Reynolds film, Smokey and the Bandit.
- This comic book contains advertisements for the following products:
- —20th Century Fox – Megaforce movie poster
- —Bubble Yum bubble gum
- —Sgt. Shark's tooth pendant
- —Lifesavers roll candy and lollipops
- —Capsela modular toy accessories
- —Remco Sgt. Rock action figure
- Ronnie Raymond image gallery
- Ronnie Raymond appearances list
- Ronnie Raymond quotes page
- Martin Stein image gallery
- Martin Stein appearances list
- Martin Stein quotes page
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- Cover gallery for the Firestorm series
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- Firestorm (Volume 3)
- Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe VIII
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Firestorm #4 entry at the Grand Comics Database
- Firestorm #4 entry at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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