Johnny Thunder appears in 411 issues.
Johnny Thunder - and his thunderbolt - teamed up with Atom in the JSA.
Ancient Macedonian king and warlord.
The original Black Canary worked with Johnny Thunder in the JSA.
Daisy Darling was the main love interest of Johnny Thunder during the 1940s. She was a daughter of businessman Herman Darling. Herman was a former boss of Johnny. She convinced Johnny to ask for membership in the Justice Society and served as a "big sister" figure for Peachy Pet.
Dinah Drake was the original Black Canary of the Golden Age, and mother of Dinah Laurel Lance, the modern Black Canary.
Doctor Fate joined the Justice League International in Legends No. 6 and deceased in Books of Fate No. 1. Doctor Fate and Johnny Thunder were both members of the JSA.
Johnny Thunder - and his Thunderbolt - shared adventures with Dr. Mid-nite in the JSA.
One of the oldest characters to appear in DC Comics still being published. Doctor Occult, AKA The Ghost Detective, was a magic user and paranormal investigator who, for a period, had his soul bonded to his partner's, Rose Psychic. He was murdered by the sorcerer Nick Necro.
Johnny - and his thunderbolt - were in the JSA with the first Hawkman.
Johnny Thunder - and his Thunderbolt - shared Justice Society adventures with Hourman.
Johnny Thunder (and his Thunderbolt) shared many JSA adventures with Jay Garrick.
The last native of Badhnesia and
The "Golden Age" Red Tornado whose costume consisted of long-johns and a pot on her head. Currently she's the caretaker of the Justice Society headquarters and custodian of the Justice Society Museum.
Mildred Thunder is the mother of Johnny Thunder.
Peachy Pet is a slapstick character added to the Johnny Thunder comic series during the Golden Age: she is a tough-as-nails brat, complete with stereotypical blonde curls, who had been adopted by Johnny Thunder. Aside from an easter egg cameo or two, she never appeared again after the end of the Golden Age.
Once the apprentice of Wesley Dodds, Sanderson Hawkins has been known as Sandy, Sand, and most recently Sandman. His powers include earth manipulation, control of seismic energy, and prophetic dreams. The original Sandman and Johnny Thunder were both members of the JSA.
Simon Thunder is the father of Johnny Thunder.
Johnny Thunder - and his Thunderbolt - shared adventures in the JSA with the Spectre.
Johnny Thunder - and his Thunderbolt - worked with Starman in the Justice Society.
Johnny Thunder - and his Thunderbolt - were part of the JSA alongside Mister Terrific.
Yz is a fifth-dimensional djinn. It found itself to be in the Thunderbolt pen, a device used by Johnny and JJ Thunder each to make themselves, "superheroes".
Johnny Thunder - and his thunderbolt - shared JSA adventures with Wildcat.
William Twotrees is the illegitimate son of Johnny Thunder and an Apache woman. It seems as if Johnny's partner, the magic Thunderbolt named Yz, left his mark on young William, who developed astonishing thunderbolt powers later in his life. William joined the Leymen (a.k.a. Primal Force).
The princess of the Amazons, armed with superpowers of a god, Wonder Woman is one of Earth's most powerful defenders of peace, justice, and equality and a member of the Justice League. She is often considered an archetype for many non-comicbook heroines. She stands for Love and peace. Her original origin allegorically depicted her as a clay figure brought to life by the gods, but in recent years she has been depicted more literally as the daughter of Zeus and the Amazon queen Hippolyta.
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