"Stealing Thunder, Part 5: Crossing Over"

2002-08

Main Details
Series
Volume 1
Issue 37
Credits
Date 2002-08
Publisher
Location of Publication New York, New York
Genre Superhero
Format Softcover
Type Comic Book
Page Count 40
Language English
Characters
  • Atom Smasher (Albert Rothstein) (New Earth)
  • Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) (New Earth) (Joins team)
  • Crimson Avenger (Jill Carlyle) (New Earth)
  • Doctor Fate (Hector Hall) (New Earth)
  • Flash (Jay Garrick) (New Earth)
  • Hawkgirl (Kendra Saunders) (New Earth)
  • Hawkman (Carter Hall) (New Earth)
  • Hourman (Rick Tyler) (New Earth) (Joins Team)
  • Mister Terrific (Michael Holt) (New Earth)
  • Sand (Sanderson Hawkins) (New Earth)
  • Sentinel (Alan Scott) (New Earth)
  • Wildcat (Ted Grant) (New Earth)
  • Jakeem Williams and Thunderbolt (New Earth)
  • Supporting Characters:
  • Icicle (Cameron Mahkent) (New Earth)
  • Johnny Thunder (New Earth) (Dies)
  • Other Characters:
  • Crimson Avenger (Lee Travis) (New Earth) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
  • Wing (Wing How) (New Earth) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
Story Location New Jersey: Slabside Penitentiary, New York: New York City; Manhattan, JSA Headquarters III, Valhalla Cemetery, Ultra-World, Michigan: Detroit (Mentioned only)
Identifiers
  • UPC — 761941219783-03711
Notes Johnny says his goodbye to the crew and Jakeem Williams refuses to let him go. He comes up with a brilliant idea to have his soul merge with the thunderbolt so that he can live on in infamy.

2nd Story: The Crimson Avenger in Death Duty.

Trivia:
After Black Adam[1] and Crimson Avenger,[2] Captain Marvel is the third character to join this iteration of the JSA who is not either a post-Crisis version of a Golden Age hero who was in the Justice Society or a legacy hero related to a pre-Crisis member of the JSA—albeit Crimson Avenger joined in a possible future.

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