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Action Comics, No. 546

August, 1983 ($0.60)

"Showdown"

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Action Comics, No. 596

January, 1988 ($0.75)

"Hell Is Where the Heart Is..."

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in one panel in this Millennium crossover.

Action Comics, No. 600

May, 1988 ($2.50)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is in a Justice League splash page.

Action Comics, No. 650

February, 1990 ($1.50)

"Reflections"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a flashback.

Action Comics, No. 666

June, 1991 ($1.00)

"Picking Up the Pieces:  Red Glass, Part 3"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a hallucination.

The Adventures of Superman, No. 449

Holiday, 1988 ($0.75)

"The Search"

Significant Events:

The Adventures of Superman, No. 623

February, 2004 ($2.25)

"Crisis on Earth-Mind"

Significant Events:  Firestorm, along with other DCU heroes, has his mind temporarily controlled by Hector Hammond in this short story.

The Adventures of Superman, No. 630

September, 2004 ($2.50)

"Battery, Part Four:  Villain Interruptus" (22 pages)

Cover Credits: Gene Ha (penciller/inker; signed)

Credits: Greg Rucka (writer); Matthew Clark (penciller); Nelson (inker); Nick J. Napolitano (letterer); Tanya & Richard Horie (colorist); Tom Palmer, Jr. (associate editor); Eddie Berganza (editor)

Significant Events:  Firestorm is used as a lighter for Mr. Mxyzptlk's cigar.

All-Star Squadron, No. 14

October, 1982 ($0.60)

"The 'Mystery Men' of October:  Crisis on Earth Prime, Book 2"

Significant Events:

All-Star Squadron, No. 15

November, 1982 ($0.60)

"Master of Worlds and Time:  Crisis on Earth Prime, Book 4"

Significant Events:

All-Star Squadron, No. 54

February, 1986 ($0.75)

"Crisis Comes to 1942"

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Batman and the Outsiders, No. 1

August, 1983 ($0.60)

"Wars Ended ... Wars Begun!"

Significant Events:  Although he appears on the cover, Firestorm is not in the story.

Bizarro Comics

Hardcover: July, 2001 ($29.95),  Paperback: April, 2003 ($19.95)

"Bizarre Wars, Part One:  Bizarro X-Ray Two"

Significant Events:  Firestorm cameos in a group scene during an x-ray of Bizarro's brain.

Blasters Special, No. 1

1989 ($2.00)

"Blasters" or "One Month Earlier (Somewhere in Space)"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears on an Invasion! splash-page (along with Firehawk).

Bloodhound, No. 5

January, 2005 ($2.50)

"Firestorm" (22 pages)

Cover Credits: Dave Johnson (penciller)

Credits: Dan Jolley (writer); Leonard Kirk (penciller); Robin Riggs (inker); Rob Leigh (letterer); Moose Baumann (colorist); Ivan Cohen (editor)

Significant Events:  Cleavenger helps Jason escape from the drug-dealer Luis Salvador.  Jason ends up merging with Salvador once again, only this time he maintains control of the Firestorm matrix.  While in the Firestorm mind, Jason does something to Salvador that leaves Salvador mentally damaged.  Part two of a Firestorm/Bloodhound crossover.

Blue Devil, No. 23

April, 1986 ($0.75)

"Caught in the Firestorm"

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The Brave and the Bold, No. 172

March, 1981 ($0.50)

"Darkness and Dark Fire"

Significant Events:

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Captain Atom, No. 2

April, 1987 ($0.75)

"A True American Hero?"

Significant Events:

Captain Atom, No. 5

July, 1987 ($0.75)

"The Return of Dr. Spectro"

Significant Events:

Captain Atom, No. 11

January, 1988 ($0.75)

"A Matter of Choice"

Significant Events:

Captain Atom, No. 24

December, 1988 ($1.00)

"War Day"

Significant Events:  Although he appears on the cover, Firestorm is not in the story.

Captain Atom, No. 25

January, 1989 ($1.00)

"Slow Burn"

Significant Events:  Although he appears on the cover, Firestorm is not in the story.

Captain Atom, No. 37

January, 1990 ($1.00)

"Lost Time"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned in a Daily Planet article about the Atomic Skull.

Captain Atom, No. 38

February, 1990 ($1.00)

"Haunted"

Significant Events:  The fire elemental Firestorm appears in an Elemental War flashback in which he constructs Red Tornado a temporary body for him to inhabit.

Captain Atom, No. 42

June, 1990 ($1.00)

"The Long Journey Home"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a group scene during Captain Atom's journey through Purgatory.

Captain Atom, No. 48

December, 1990 ($1.00)

"The Hunt for Red Tornado"

Significant Events:  Firestorm's creation of Red Tornado's exo-shell is mentioned again.

Captain Atom, No. 49

January, 1991 ($1.00)

"The Trial of Plastique:  A Love Story"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a flashback.

Captain Atom, No. 54

June, 1991 ($1.00)

"Is/Not Is:  The Quantum Quest, Part One"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned as part of Shadowstorm's origin.

Captain Atom, No. 55

July, 1991 ($1.00)

"Serpents:  The Quantum Quest, Part Two"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is one of the heroes Captain Atom creates to defend his alternate Earth within the quantum field.

Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew!, No. 14

April, 1983 ($0.60)

"Crisis on Earth-C"

Significant Events:  Just'a Lotta Animals member, Firestork, the Earth-C-Minus version of Firestorm, makes a cameo appearance in this story.

Chase, No. 2

March, 1998 ($2.50)

"Letdowns"

Significant Events:  The D.E.O. profile for Killer Frost mentions Firestorm.

Checkmate, No. 18

June, 1989 ($1.50)

"Knight Fight:  The Janus Directive, Part 9"

Significant Events:

 

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DC Comics Presents, No. 17

January, 1980 ($0.40)

"The Ice Slaves of Killer Frost"

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DC Comics Presents, No. 45

May, 1982 ($0.60)

"The Chaos Network"

Significant Events:

DC Comics Presents, No. 90

February, 1986 ($0.75)

"Escape from Solitude"

Significant Events:

The DC Comics Encyclopedia:  The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe

October 18, 2004 ($40.00)

(352 pages)

Cover Credits:  Alex Ross

Credits:  Scott Beatty, Robert Greenberger, Phil Jimenez, Dan Wallace (writers)

Significant Events:  Firestorm has an entire page in this modern Who's Who.  Also included are entries for Black Bison, Bolt, Brimstone, Captain X, Extreme Justice, Firehawk, Killer Frost II, Naiad, Plastique, Power Company, Pozhar, Soyuz (including individual entries for Firebird & Perun), Stalnoivolk, Zuggernaut.

Deathstroke, No. 49

July, 1995 ($2.25)

"All the King's Men"

Significant Events:  Firestorm, as a member of Extreme Justice, is recruited, along with other DC heroes, to find nineteen nuclear bombs that have been hidden worldwide by the Crimelord.

Detective Comics, No. 482

February-March, 1979 ($1.00)

"Bat-Mite's New York Adventure!"

Significant Events:  Bat-Mite "helps" Al Milgrom meet a deadline on a Firestorm issue.

Detective Comics, No. 549

April, 1985 ($0.75)

"Night Olympics, Part One" (7 pages)

Cover Credits: Pat Broderick (penciller/inker; signed)

Credits: Alan Moore (writer); Klaus Janson (penciller/inker); Todd Klein (letterer); ??? (colorist); Len Wein (editor)

Significant Events:  A police officer mentions that Firestorm was recently in town in this Green Arrow back-up story.

Doom Patrol, Vol. 2, No. 17

December, 1988 ($1.00)

"From Gil'Dishpan ... With Doom!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in one panel in this Invasion! crossover.

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Elseworld's Finest:  Supergirl & Batgirl

September, 1998 ($5.95)

"Elseworld's Finest:  Supergirl & Batgirl"

Significant Events:

 

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Green Arrow, Vol. 2, No. 16

October, 2002 ($2.50)

"Photograph:  Archer's Quest, Chapter One"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned as the butt of a joke between Oracle and Green Arrow.

Green Lantern, Vol. 2, No. 139

April, 1981 ($0.50)

"Slay On, Silvery Moon!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a flashback.

Green Lantern, Vol. 3, No. 69

December, 1995 ($1.75)

"Bargains"

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Green Lantern, Vol. 3, No. 81

December, 1996 ($3.95)

"Funeral for a Hero"

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Green Lantern, Vol. 3, No. 170

December, 2003 ($2.25)

"Greetings From Sector 2814"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a group shot of the JLA.

Guy Gardner:  Warrior, No. 39

February, 1996 ($1.75)

"Merriment, Mistletoe, and Mayhem!"

Significant Events:

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Hawkman, Vol. 5, No. 5

September, 2002 ($2.50)

"Slings & Arrows, Part 1"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is shown in a photo of the Satellite-era Justice League

 

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JSA, No. 33

April, 2002 ($2.50)

"Wish Fulfillment:  Stealing Thunder, Part 1"

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JSA, No. 34

May, 2002 ($2.50)

"TroubleStruck:  Stealing Thunder, Part 2"

Significant Events:

JSA, No. 35

June, 2002 ($2.50)

"Lightning Storm:  Stealing Thunder, Part 3"

Significant Events:

JSA, No. 36

July, 2002 ($2.50)

"Time-Bound:  Stealing Thunder, Part 4"

Significant Events:

JSA, No. 37

August, 2002 ($3.50)

"Crossing Over:  Stealing Thunder, Part 5"

Significant Events:

 

JSA, No. 54

January, 2004 ($2.50)

"Virtue, Vice, & Pumpkin Pie"

Significant Events:  Firestorm attends a Thanksgiving dinner involving the JLA and JSA.

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Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures

1990 ($19.95)

"The Super Surfer"

Significant Events:  Firestorm cameos in a beach scene handing an ice cream cone to a topless Wonder Woman.

 

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Legends of the DC Universe, No. 12

January, 1999 ($1.99)

"Critical Mass:  Stages 1-5"

Significant Events:  In this satellite-era Justice League adventure, Firestorm and Red Tornado are seemingly destroyed by a creature named Thorak.

Legends of the DC Universe, No. 13

February, 1999 ($1.99)

"Critical Mass:  Stages 6-16"

Significant Events:  Firestorm was actually absorbed into Thorak and is released.  He informs the League that he is actually a composite being and Professor Stein is "in his head."

Legends of the DC Universe:  Crisis on Infinite Earths, No. 1

February, 1999 ($4.95)

"The Untold Story"

Significant Events:  Firestorm participates in an untold Crisis adventure on Earth-D.

The Legion, No. 26

Early January, 2004 ($2.50)

"Foundations, Part Two"

Significant Events:  An entity resembling Firestorm appears with other JLA look-alikes on Apokolips.

The Legion:  Secret Files, 3003

January, 2004 ($4.95)

"The Earth Spins Presents:  The Legion Secret Files 3003"

Significant Events:  The Apokoliptian Firestorm appears again in a "Foundations" interlude.

The Legion, No. 27

Late January, 2004 ($2.50)

"Foundations, Part Three"

Significant Events:  The Apokoliptian Firestorm, along with doppelgangers of other JLA members, fights Legion members then escapes in a boom tube.

The Legion, No. 29

March, 2004 ($2.50)

"Foundations, Part Five"

Significant Events:  The Apokoliptian Firestorm fights along Darkseid against the Legion.

The Legion, No. 30

April, 2004 ($2.50)

"Foundations, The Final Chapter"

Significant Events:  Firestorm has his apokoliptian energy drained by Darkseid and is returned to the present with no memory of his visit to the future. 

Lobo, No. 50

April, 1998 ($2.25)

"Dead Heroes Don't"

Significant Events:  In a dream sequence, Firestorm is part  of a superhero brawl with Lobo.

 

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Modern Masters Volume Two: George Pérez

August 20, 2003 ($12.95)

(128 pages)

Cover Credits:  George Pérez (art); Larry Molinar (colorist)

Credits:  Eric Nolen-Weathington (writer); George Pérez, Andy Mangels, & Michael Weathington (art)

Significant Events:  In-depth interview with the masterful artist, George Pérez, spanning his entire career, including his work on Firestorm.

Manhunter, Vol. 3, No. 4

January, 2005 ($2.50)

"Secret Identities" (22 pages)

Cover Credits: Lae Lee (penciller/inker; signed)

Credits: Marc Andreyko (writer); Jesus Saiz (penciller); Jimmy Palmiotti (inker); Jarred K. Fletcher (letterer); Steve Buccellato (colorist); Harvey Richards (associate editor); Joan Hilty (editor)

Significant Events:  Manhunter recruits a former super-villain "tech guy", Dylan Battles,  who is currently in witness protection.  Battles once worked for Killer Frost and faced Firestorm.  Manhunter learns of Firestorm's death at the hands of the Shadow Thief at the end of this issue.

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Nightwing, No. 1

December, 1997 ($2.95)

"The Most Dangerous Man in the World"

Significant Events:  The government organization Firestorm Troopers (FiST)  appears in this Tangent Comics story.

 

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The Outsiders, Vol. 1, No. 6

April, 1986 ($1.50)

"The Outsiders at the Bat"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a group scene in this backup feature modeled after the poem Casey at the Bat by Ernest L. Thayer.

 

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Plastic Man Special, No. 1

August, 1999 ($3.95)

"The Age of Crisis on Infinite Clones Saga, Starring Plastic Man Red and Plastic Man Blue.  Chapter One Million:  Onslaught of the Secret Genesis Wars Agenda"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is part of a group of "less popular heroes" who all run at a villain, the Hall Monitor, at the same time to "see what happens."

The Power Company:  Josiah Power, No. 1

March, 2002 ($2.50)

"Career Opportunities"

Significant Events:  The elemental Firestorm appears in a flashback.

The Power Company, No. 10

January, 2003 ($2.75)

"Dealing with Devils"

Significant Events:  The Power Company's partners decide to hire a new associate.  Firestorm leaves a message on their answering machine about their offer.

The Power Company, No. 11

February, 2003 ($2.75)

"First Day for the New Guy"

Significant Events:  Firestorm takes a job with The Power Company as an associate.

The Power Company, No. 12

March, 2003 ($2.75)

"Crocodiles in the Water"

Significant Events:  Firestorm has lunch with the other associates and also learns what one of the partners, Manhunter, thinks of his role on the team.

The Power Company, No. 13

April, 2003 ($2.75)

"Saving the World"

Significant Events:  Firestorm, along with the rest of The Power Company (except Manhunter), try to prevent an attack on S.T.A.R Labs by Dr. Polaris and the Cadre.

The Power Company, No. 14

May, 2003 ($2.75)

"The 'Bobo the Kitten' Gambit"

Significant Events:  Firestorm, although at one point being trapped in a "magnetic bottle" by Dr. Polaris, plays a major part in helping to defeat the Cadre.  He also begins questioning the integrity of The Power Company.

The Power Company, No. 16

July, 2003 ($2.75)

"Hostile Takeover, Part One:  Taking Stock"

Significant Events:  Firestorm quits The Power Company because it is not his type of team and he has too many philosophical differences with the way they run their business.  He also invites Skyrocket to join the JLA, which she turns down.

The Power Company, No. 17

August, 2003 ($2.75)

"Hostile Takeover, Part Two:  Mergers & Acquisitions"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned briefly.

Previews, Vol. XIV, No. 3

March, 2004 ($4.50)

Significant Events:  Firestorm makes the back cover.

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Secret Origins, Vol. 3, No. 4

July, 1986 ($0.75)

"The Secret Origin of Firestorm, the Nuclear Man"

Significant Events:

Secret Files & Origins:  Guide to the DC Universe 2000, No. 1

March, 2000 ($6.95)

"Here and Now"

"Higher Learning"

Significant Events:

Secret Six, No. 1

December, 1997 ($2.95)

"Bad Moon"

Significant Events:  The government organization called Firestorm Troopers (FiST) appear in this Tangent Comics story.

Showcase '96, No. 6

July, 1996 ($2.95)

"Drying Out:  Storm's Clearing, Part 1"

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Showcase '96, No. 7

August, 1996 ($2.95)

"Chasing the Clouds Away:  Storm's Clearing, Part 2"

Significant Events:

Starman, Vol. 1, No. 5

Holiday, 1988 ($1.00)

"Don't You Know There's a War On?"

Significant Events:

Starman, Vol. 2, No. 38

January, 1998 ($2.25)

"...La Fraternite de Justice et Libere!"

Significant Events:

Suicide Squad, Vol. 1, No. 9

January, 1988 ($0.75)

"The Final Price"

Significant Events:

Suicide Squad, Vol. 1, No. 29

June, 1989 ($1.00)

"Heavy Squad:  The Janus Directive, Part 8"

Significant Events:

Suicide Squad, Vol. 1, No. 30

July, 1989 ($1.00)

"Endgame"

Significant Events:

Suicide Squad, Vol. 1, No. 40

April, 1990 ($1.00)

"The Phoenix Gambit, Part 1:  Ashes"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is mentioned in a background check on Stalnoivolk.

Supergirl, Vol. 2, No. 20

June, 1984 ($0.75)

"Celebration!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears, along with the Justice League, in one panel to celebrate Supergirl's anniversary arrival on Earth.

Superman, Vol. 2, No. 14

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"Celebration!"

Significant Events:  One panel appearance.

Superman:  Our Worlds at War:  Secret Files & Origins, No. 1

August, 2001 ($5.95)

"Behind the Lines"

Significant Events:  In a TV documentary about meta-humans and the military, Firestorm appears in the segment about the Invasion!

The Superman, No. 1

September, 1998 ($1.95)

"Future Shock"

Significant Events:  The government organization called Firestorm Troopers (FiST)  appear in this Tangent Comics story.  Also appearing is a Dr. Martin Stein who fused his brain with a nuclear submarine and called himself Dr. Polaris.

Superman and Batman:  World's Funnest Comics

2000 ($6.85)

"Last Imp Standing!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a Crisis scene.

Superman/Batman:  Secret Files & Origins, 2003

November, 2003 ($4.95)

"Recruits"

Significant Events:  Firestorm is on President Lex Luthor's computer screen, along with other meta-humans.  What Luthor is recruiting for is unknown.

The Saga of the Swamp Thing, Vol. 2, No. 24

May, 1984 ($0.75)

"Roots"

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Swamp Thing, Vol. 2, Annual No. 5

1989 ($2.95)

"Brothers"

Significant Events:

 

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The Titans:  Secret Files & Origins, No. 2

October, 2000 ($4.95)

"Interludes"

"The 1,000:  Titans Surveillance Database"

Significant Events:  In Interludes, Firestorm appears in a hypertime version of The Titans.  In The 1,000:  Titans Surveillance Database, we find out that a former Titans member, Joto (a.k.a. Isaiah Crockett), is enrolled at Ivy University in the dual major of physics and chemistry and is taking many of the same classes as Ronnie Raymond.

The Trials of The Flash, No. 1

September, 1998 ($1.95)

"Making Light of the Situation"

Significant Events:  The government organization called Firestorm Troopers (FiST)  appear in this Tangent Comics story.

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Wonder Woman, Vol. 1, No. 300

February, 1983 ($1.50)

"Beautiful Dreamer, Death Unto Thee!"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears on back cover as well as a brief appearance in the story in which he gives away Wonder Woman in her marriage to Steve Trevor.

Wonder Woman, Vol. 2, No. 13

February, 1988 ($0.75)

"Demonplague:  Challenge of the Gods, Book 4"

Significant Events:  One panel appearance.

World's Finest Comics, No. 281

July, 1982 ($1.00)

"War in the Streets"

Significant Events:  One panel appearance.

World's Finest Comics, No. 300

February, 1984 ($1.25)

"A Tale of Two Worlds"

Significant Events:

World's Finest Comics, No. 302

April, 1984 ($0.75)

"No Rest for Heroes"

Significant Events:  One panel appearance.  Occurs immediately following the events in World's Finest #300.

 

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Young Justice, No. 35

September, 2001 ($2.50)

"War Torn"

Significant Events:  Firestorm appears in a group scene on the splash page.  The splash page is a mock cover of Crisis on Infinite Earths #7.

 

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