Appearing in "The Freedom Fighters"Edit
- District Attorney David Pearson
- Becky (a pedestrian)
- Blanche (a pedestrian)
- Edgar (a pedestrian)
- Earth-X (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Silver Ghost's hovercraft
Synopsis for "The Freedom Fighters"Edit
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- In 1956, DC Comics obtained the rights to the Quality Comics characters, and re-introduced them 17 years later as the Freedom Fighters in Justice League of America #107 (Oct. 1973).
The Freedom Fighters were relocated to a parallel world, one called "Earth-X", where Nazi Germany had won World War II. The team was featured in its own series for 15 issues (1976-1978), in which it temporarily left Earth-X for "Earth-One" (where most DC titles are set).
In 1981, some Quality Characters became recurring guest-stars of All-Star Squadron, a superhero-team title set on "Earth-Two", the locale for DC's WWII-era superheroes, and at a time prior to when the Freedom Fighters were supposed to have left for Earth-X. They later appeared with the rest of DC's superheroes in Crisis on Infinite Earths, a story that was intended to eliminate the confusing histories that DC had attached to its characters by retroactively merging the various parallel worlds into one. The Freedom Fighters became a mere splinter group of the All-Star Squadron.
- Issue includes a Hostess Cup Cakes advertisement featuring Shazam! called "The Cup Cake Caper".
- Doll Man is accidentally referred to as Darrel Dare at one point in this issue. His real named is Darrel Dane.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Freedom Fighters (comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Freedom Fighters at Cosmic Teams
- Freedom Fighters at Toonopedia
- Freedom Fighters at TV Tropes