Lightning appears in 90 issues.
The third Amazing-Man (Markus Clay) and the second Lightning (Jennifer Pierce) were both members of the Justice Society of America together.
Jennifer Pierce is the daughter of Black Lightning, and sister of the Outsiders member Thunder. She has absolute control of the electricity, however she can't interact with anything electrical.
Maxine Hunkel is the granddaughter of the original Red Tornado and with her powers is a member of the Justice Society of America as the superhero Cyclone.
Kent V. Nelson came into possession of the Helm of Nabu, succeeding Hector Hall as the new Dr. Fate. He is the grand-nephew of the original Doctor Fate, Kent Nelson.
A medical doctor who lost his sight, Dr. Pieter Cross can see spectrums of light in total darkness. He works with the JSA to train the heroes of tomorrow, as well as to use his medical knowledge for unusual cases.
Member of the Justice Society of America and current possesor of the Thunderbolt.
Jay Garrick is the original, Golden Age, super-speedster, and was the first to have the mantle of the Flash and a founder of the Justice Society of America. It was Jay Garrick's legendary heroics that inspired Barry Allen.
After the split of the JSA, Jennifer and Mr. America develop a good friendhip.
This version of Superman is from the Kingdom Come universe (Earth-22).
Lightning is Lynn's younger daughter.
Chinese heroine who met Bruce Wayne before he became Batman.
The second Judomaster. She is originally from Japan. On the New 52 Earth-2 reality, she is a high ranking official in the World Army.
Current bearer of the Starman legacy, teenager Courtney Whitmore serves as a valued member of the Justice Society of America.
Inspired by Superman, John Henry Irons mimicked his powers with technology. However, his greatest powers are his heart, mind, and determination.
Predating Captain America as the first U.S. patriotic superhero, the Shield has gone through many incarnations over the decades.
Tom Bronson was the illegitimate son of Ted Grant (Wildcat) who had powers of his own.
Pro-boxing star Ted Grant, inspired by stories of The Green Lantern, became a superhero to clear his name. Wildcat has served as a mentor to many younger heroes including Batman and Black Canary.
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