Starman #39

    Starman » Starman #39 - Lightning and Stars, Part One released by DC Comics on February 1998.

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    Part 1 of the four-part "Lightning & Stars" crossover with THE POWER OF SHAZAM! Bulletman, Golden Age hero of World War II, is revealed to have been a Nazi collaborator! As a manhunt ensues, Bulletman flees Fawcett City, seeking aid from one of the few men he can trust: Ted Knight, the original Starman. Ted enlists his son Jack's aid to help hide Bulletman and all seems to be going well... until Captain Marvel finds Jack. Note: "Lightning & Stars" continues in THE POWER OF SHAZAM! #35, also offered this week. ...

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    A Stellar Golden-Age Follow Up 0

    Aside from Tales of Times Past, Sand and Stars, guest-starring Wesley Dodds was an incredible story. Lightning and Stars is a fine sequel.February 9th, 1942, a date that will unravel into infamy. In the sky above the Alaskan Tundra, Starman Ted Knight and Bulletman James Barr fight Nazi Rocket Men. While in New York, Johnny Chambers films a newsreel of the sinking of the Normandie. As Johnny Quick, Chambers fights Nazi Rocket Men alongside Alan Scott and Liberty Belle. The Rocket Men are led by ...

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