An All-Star extravaganza featuring Big Bang’s greatest Golden Age heroes and creators, in which the Knights of Justice face the World’s Nastiest Nazis. Thunder Girl’s powers have been stolen by the mysterious spy known as the Secret Servant! Now, the Knights of Justice have their hands full when the magic word Gotterdammerung transforms three of Hitler’s finest into the super-soldiers Valkyrie, Hitler Youth and Super Stormtrooper!
The Golden Age Pt 3
Cover painting by Alex Ross. Back Cover by Shelly Moldoff
Mighty Man meets the World’s Wickedest Worm when City Zoo animals rob the bank and jewelry stores in “The Critter Crime Wave.”
A new criminal called the Quizmaster challenges the Knight Watchman and Kid Galahad to a deadly battle of wits on the game show What Do You Know?
And Dr Weird faces the Ghost Master, whose amazing golden amulet makes him the “Master of Ghosts”.
Front cover by Bill Fugate!
The Knight Watchman teams up with the Silver-Age Shadowhawk to combat an alien invasion and a plot to overthrow the U.S. Government in
Not a dream…not a hoax… the greatest three-part novel ever printed . . .
KW/Shadowhawk pin-up by Jim Valentino & Chris Ecker
An All-Star adventure as Big Bang Comics greatest Golden Age heroes team up to become the Knights of Justice to protect America’s greatest minds in Washington DC.
Cover by Terry Beatty
Top Secret Origins issue featuring the Silver Age Blitz, Golden Age Ultiman, and the one and onlyKnight Watchman.
Plus, “A Visit to Ultiman’s Secret Citadel.”
It’s the most Cosmic battle of all time – Mighty Man vs. Mighty Man! Bobby Berman must battle a successor from the future for control of his mighty powers in an amazing unreality known as The Warp in “Ominous Reprieve.”
Shanghai Breeze hunts down the crime lord that ordered the execution of everybody on a hijacked airplane in “The Assassination Run.”
Plus a 1950s monster story called “I Met Oogur From Outer Space.”
Finally, the Knight Watchman faces Jesse James, Blackbeard, Adolf Hitler and Jack the Ripper in “The Ghost Robbers of the Wax Museum.”
Encapsulating the 50+ year career of that all American hero Mister U.S. This issue features stories from the Golden Age, Silver Age, the pseudo-intellectual Pseventies, the ‘oity-toity Eighties and the nigh-incomprehensible Nineties.