Mini Series

Armageddon Inferno / Crisis on Infinite Earths / Day of Judgment / DC Challenge / DC One Million / Final Night

Green Lantern: Circle of Fire / History of the DCU / Identity Crisis / Invasion! / Legends / Millennium / Phantom Zone

 Super Powers / Underworld Unleashed / War of the Gods / Who's Who in the DC Universe

 

Armageddon:  Inferno

Armageddon:  Inferno, No. 1

April, 1992 ($1.00)

"Seeds of Doom"

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Armageddon:  Inferno, No. 4

July, 1992 ($1.00)

"The Gathering of Heroes"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths

Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 1

April, 1985 ($0.75)

"The Summoning!"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 2

May, 1985 ($0.75)

"Time and Time Again!"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 3

June, 1985 ($0.75)

"Oblivion Upon Us"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 4

July, 1985 ($0.75)

"And Thus Shall the World Die!"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 5

August, 1985 ($0.75)

"Worlds In Limbo"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 7

October, 1985 ($1.25)

"Beyond the Silent Night"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 8

November, 1985 ($0.75)

"A Flash of the Lightning!"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 9

December, 1985 ($0.75)

"War Zone"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 10

January, 1986 ($0.75)

"Death At the Dawn of Time!"

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Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 12

March, 1986 ($1.25)

"Final Crisis"

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Day of Judgment

Day of Judgment, No. 1

November, 1999 ($2.95)

"The Summoning"

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Day of Judgment, No. 2

November, 1999 ($2.95)

"Lost Souls"

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Day of Judgment, No. 3

November, 1999 ($2.95)

"Choosing Sides"

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Day of Judgment, No. 4

November, 1999 ($2.95)

"The End of the World As We Know It"

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Day of Judgment, No. 5

November, 1999 ($2.95)

"Soul Search"

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DC Challenge

DC Challenge, No. 11

September, 1986 ($1.25)

"The DC Challenge:  Phase Eleven.  How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at All?"

Significant Events:  Firestorm has a one-panel appearance.

DC Challenge, No. 12

October, 1986 ($2.00)

"Final Phase"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears as part of the JLA, with 1 speaking part.

DC One Million

DC One Million, No. 2

November, 1998 ($1.99)

"The Day After Tomorrow"

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Final Night

The Final Night, No. 1

November, 1996 ($1.95)

"Dusk:  The Final Night, Chapter 1"

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The Final Night, No. 3

November, 1996 ($1.95)

"Keeping Hope Alive:  The Final Night, Chapter 3"

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Green Lantern: Circle of Fire

Green Lantern:  Circle of Fire, No. 1

Early October, 2000 ($4.95)

"Darkness Visible"

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Green Lantern/Firestorm:  Circle of Fire, No. 1

October, 2000 ($2.50)

"Missing Pieces"

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Green Lantern:  Circle of Fire, No. 2

Late October, 2000 ($3.75)

"Full Circle"

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History of the DC Universe

History of the DC Universe, Book Two

1986 ($2.95)

"Full Circle"

Significant Events:  Great George Prez picture of Firestorm and Firehawk.

 

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis, No. 1

August, 2004 ($3.95)

"Chapter One:  Coffin" (38 pages)

Cover Credits: Michael Turner (penciller; signed); Peter F. (inker; signed); Aspen Studios (colorist)

Credits: Brad Meltzer (writer); Rags Morales (penciller); Michael Bair (inker); Kenny Lopez (letterer); Alex Sinclair (colorist); Valerie D'Orazio (associate editor); Mike Carlin (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is seen attending Sue Dibny's funeral with Firehawk.  Firehawk also plays a significant supporting role in this issue.  Firestorm also appears on the cover of the 3rd printing of this book.

Identity Crisis, No. 2

September, 2004 ($3.95)

"Chapter Two:  House of Lies" (30 pages)

Cover Credits: Michael Turner (penciller; signed); Peter F. (inker; signed); Aspen Studios (colorist)

Credits: Brad Meltzer (writer); Rags Morales (penciller); Michael Bair (inker); Kenny Lopez (letterer); Alex Sinclair (colorist); Valerie D'Orazio (associate editor); Mike Carlin (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is dispatched by Oracle to the Injustice Gang's old headquarters to check up on the group of assassins who are using the satellite as a meeting place.

Identity Crisis, No. 4

October, 2004 ($3.95)

"Chapter Four:  Who Benefits" (30 pages)

Cover Credits: Michael Turner (penciller; signed); Peter F. (inker; signed); Aspen Studios (colorist)

Credits: Brad Meltzer (writer); Rags Morales (penciller); Michael Bair (inker); Kenny Lopez (letterer); Alex Sinclair (colorist); Michael Siglain (associate editor); Mike Carlin (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned as Green Arrow and Wonder Woman head to Opal City Penitentiary to question Christopher "Slipknot" Weiss, and old Firestorm foe and Suicide Squad member, about the attempted murder of Jean Loring.  As of this story, Slipknot is serving 5 to 10 for shoplifting and has found religion in the form of Kobra.

Identity Crisis, No. 5

December, 2004 ($3.95)

"Chapter Five:  Father's Day" (30 pages)

Cover Credits: Michael Turner (penciller; signed); Peter F. (inker; signed); Aspen Studios (colorist)

Credits: Brad Meltzer (writer); Rags Morales (penciller); Michael Bair (inker); Kenny Lopez (letterer); Alex Sinclair (colorist); Michael Siglain (associate editor); Mike Carlin (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond), Captain Marvel, Vixen, and the Shining Knight chase down the Shadow Thief.  In the process, the Shadow Thief swipes the Shining Knight's sword & stabs Firestorm in the chest.  Not only does this melt an "indestructible" sword, but, for some reason, it creates a chain reaction that inexplicably causes Firestorm to explode and, seemingly, die.  But not before Ronnie flies a safe distance away from everyone.  This leads directly into Firestorm, Vol. 3, No. 6.

Identity Crisis, No. 6

January, 2005 ($3.95)

"Chapter Six:  Husbands & Wives" (33 pages)

Cover Credits: Michael Turner (penciller; signed); Peter F. (inker; signed); Aspen Studios (colorist)

Credits: Brad Meltzer (writer); Rags Morales (penciller); Michael Bair (inker); Kenny Lopez (letterer); Alex Sinclair (colorist); Michael Siglain (associate editor); Mike Carlin (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is shown in a photograph of the Satellite Era Justice League.

 

Invasion!

Invasion!, No. 2

February, 1989 ($2.95)

"Battleground Earth"

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Invasion!, No. 3

March, 1989 ($2.95)

"World Without Heroes"

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Legends

Legends, No. 1

November, 1986 ($0.75)

"Once Upon a Time...!"

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Legends, No. 2

December, 1986 ($0.75)

"Breach of Faith"

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Millennium

Millennium, No. 1

January, 1988 ($0.75)

"Over"

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Millennium, No. 4

January, 1988 ($0.75)

"Forth"

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Millennium, No. 5

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"In"

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Millennium, No. 6

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"Out"

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Millennium, No. 7

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"Down"

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Millennium, No. 8

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"The Rising and Advancing of Ten Spirits"

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The Phantom Zone

The Phantom Zone, No. 2

February, 1982 ($0.60)

"Earth Under Siege!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm does not appear in this issue, but is mentioned as being on the JLA satellite when Kru-El tosses it to the outer part of the solar system.

 

Super Powers

Super Powers, Vol. 2, No. 1

September, 1985 ($0.75)

"Seeds of Doom"

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Super Powers, Vol. 2, No. 3

November, 1985 ($0.75)

"Time Upon Time Upon Time"

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Super Powers, Vol. 2, No. 4

December, 1985 ($0.75)

"There's No Place Like Rome"

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Super Powers, Vol. 2, No. 5

January, 1986 ($0.75)

"Once Upon Tomorrow"

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Super Powers, Vol. 2, No. 6

February, 1986 ($0.75)

"Darkseid of the Moon"

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Super Powers, Vol. 3, No. 1

September, 1986 ($0.75)

"Threshold"

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Super Powers, Vol. 3, No. 2

October, 1986 ($0.75)

"Escape"

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Super Powers, Vol. 3, No. 3

November, 1986 ($0.75)

"Machinations"

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Super Powers, Vol. 3, No. 4

December, 1986 ($0.75)

"A World Divided"

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Super Powers Collection, No. 14

1986 ($0.)

"Martian Manhunter"

Significant Events:  Mini-Comic that came with the Martian Manhunter Super Powers action figure.  Cover Scan: Jason Geyer (Super Powers Archive).

Super Powers Collection, No. 16

1986 ($0.)

"Firestorm"

Significant Events:  This story begins with Firestorm and Green Arrow exploring the maneuverability of the Delta Probe 1. After receiving a distress signal Firestorm and Green Arrow soon realize the evil Mantis has transformed the statue of liberty into a salute to Darkseid. A battle ensues with Mantis who has stolen Superman's powers. The ingenious Firestorm transforms the statue of liberty into kryptonite to defeat Mantis, who has also acquired the Man of Steel's weakness along with his powers. Upon freeing Superman from Mantis's power pod, the heroes turn the tables on the villain and seal Mantis into his own pod, thus saving New York City from the clutches of doom.  ---Text: Mike Mensinger (www.kennersuperpowers.com)

Super Powers Collection, No. 19

1986 ($0.)

"Darkseid"

Significant Events:  In this story Firestorm, Red Tornado,
and Batman (flying in the Delta Probe-1) are ambushed by Darkseid and his evil Parademon minions. Darkseid wants to capture Red Tornado to make an army of warrior robots in his likeness. The three heroes are captured in a prison dimension by Darkseid from an Omega beam eye blast, but they are able to escape from Darkseid's clutches in the end. 
---Text & Cover Scan: Mike Mensinger (www.kennersuperpowers.com).

Super Powers Collection, No. 22

1986 ($0.)

"Parademon"

Significant Events:  In this story Darkseid's Parademons
set their sights on capturing New York city for their master. Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, and Firestorm are greatly outnumbered and after assessing the Parademon's destructive tactics, Dr. Fate creates an illusion of Darkseid and tells them to return immediately or suffer the wrath of their evil master. The trick is effective and New York City is saved. 
---Text & Cover Scan: Mike Mensinger (www.kennersuperpowers.com).

 

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Underworld Unleashed

Underworld Unleashed, No. 2

December, 1995 ($2.95)

"The Devil to Pay"

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Underworld Unleashed, No. 3

Late December, 1995 ($2.95)

"Seduction of the Innocent"

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Underworld Unleashed:  Patterns of Fear, No. 1

December, 1995 ($2.95)

"Patterns of Fear"

Significant Events:  Firestorm mentioned in an Oracle file on Killer Frost.

 

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War of the Gods

War of the Gods, No. 1

September, 1991 ($1.75)

"Hellfire's Web"

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War of the Gods, No. 2

October, 1991 ($1.75)

"The Holy Wars"

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War of the Gods, No. 3

November, 1991 ($1.75)

"Casualties of War"

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War of the Gods, No. 4

December, 1991 ($1.75)

"In the Beginning... There Was the End"

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Who's Who in the DC Universe

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 2

April, 1985 ($1.00)

"Black Bison"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 3

May, 1985 ($1.00)

"Breathtaker"

"Bug & Byte"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 7

September, 1985 ($1.00)

"Enforcer"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 8

October, 1985 ($1.00)

"Firestorm"

"Firehawk"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 10

December, 1985 ($1.00)

"Hyena"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 12

February, 1986 ($1.00)

"Justice League of America"

"Killer Frost"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 15

May, 1986 ($1.00)

"Mindboggler"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 16

June, 1986 ($1.00)

"Multiplex"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 18

August, 1986 ($1.00)

"Plastique"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 21

November, 1986 ($1.00)

"Silver Deer"

"Slipknot"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 22

December, 1986 ($1.00)

"Suicide Squad"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 24

February, 1987 ($1.00)

"Tokamak"

"2000 Committee"

"Typhoon"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 25

March, 1987 ($1.00)

"Weasel"

Who's Who:  The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, No. 26

April, 1987 ($1.00)

"Captain X"

Who's Who Update '87, No. 1

August, 1987 ($1.25)

"Brimstone"

Who's Who Update '87, No. 3

October, 1987 ($1.25)

"Justice League"

Who's Who Update '87, No. 4

November, 1987 ($1.25)

"Moonbow"

"Parasite"

Who's Who Update '87, No. 5

December, 1987 ($1.25)

"Suicide Squad"

"Appendix"

Who's Who Update '88, No. 1

August, 1988 ($1.25)

"Firestorm"

Who's Who Update '88, No. 3

October, 1988 ($1.25)

"Soyuz"

"Stalnoivolk"

"Suicide Squad"

Who's Who Update '88, No. 4

November, 1988 ($1.25)

"Zuggernaut"

"Ed and Felicity Raymond"

Who's Who in the DC Universe, No. 7

February, 1991 ($4.95)

"Parasite"

Who's Who in the DC Universe, No. 9

May, 1991 ($4.95)

"Firehawk"

Who's Who in the DC Universe, No. 10

June, 1991 ($4.95)

"Firestorm"

Who's Who in the DC Universe, No. 14

November, 1991 ($4.95)

"Invasion!"

"Millennium"

 

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Armageddon Inferno / Crisis on Infinite Earths / Day of Judgment / DC Challenge / DC One Million / Final Night

Green Lantern: Circle of Fire / History of the DCU / Invasion! / Legends / Millennium / Phantom Zone

 Super Powers / Underworld Unleashed / War of the Gods / Who's Who in the DC Universe