Posted - November 26, 2017

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All-Star Squadron No. 6
Mayhem in the Mile-High City



All-Star Squadron No. 6

Here's what's going on.


human sacrifice ritual

I'm thinking: How could a bunch of Nazis restrain the Shining Knight and Hawkman. The most obvious way is by threatening Sheira unless both heroes complied. The Shining Knight is consistent in that every time he finds himself in fetters he always - somewhat stupidly - demands to be loosed. It's like he half expects his opponents to do something so irrational. Maybe Sir Justin fully believes it, after all, he is a practitioner of the code of chivalry, a code of conduct so irrational that it expects soldiers to be celibate yet at the same time devoted to a ideal female of their choice - thus always maintaining a constant state of sexual tension. Untenable at best.

As Feathered Serpent is telling the story of how he became Feathered Serpent look who's name just popped up?


reference to indiana jones

Well, we have the Mexican version of the Klu Klux Klan.


nonsense talk about pure bloods

So the human sacrifice is being done to activate some kind of berserker rage among all the Mexican 'pure bloods'.


feathered serpent talking

Fortunately, Murphy's Law applies. First, Hawkgirl manages to loosen her leg fetters.


hawkgirl kicks kukulkan

Hawkman escapes . . .


hawkman fighting

. . . freed by the Shining Knight.


shining knight escaping his bonds

With his prisoner having escaped, and the window of time for the sacrifice closing fast, the Feathered Serpent decides to sacrifice the nearest foreigner, and that happens to be his ally the German general.


the german general sacrificed

At last, Hawkgirl joins the fray.


hawkgirl on the attack

Feathered Serpent reveals that he's not just a colorful costume.


feathered serpent flying

In Mexico City, an Aztec pyramid suddenly rises up from the ground.


pyramid rising out of the ground

The mesmerized purebloods armed with Nazi weapons begin a slaughter in Mexico.


gunfire in mexico city

The Squadron does what it can.


squadon fighting

I specially like Johnny Quick's instant wall.


johnny quick builds a wall

For the nth time the Atom is complaining about not having powers, it's been across several issues now - Al Pratt is beginning to sound a bit whiny.

Beautifully rendered National Palace of Mexico.


national palace of mexico

It comes under attack from the Feathered Serpent.


feathered serpent and his cronies attack

Some of the Squadron are there to defend the President. I like Liberty Belle but this adrenal power is a bit forced.


liberty belle fighting

What is this 'adrenal' power? Some kind of sonically activated ability maybe.

Robotman is also here for the defense.


robotman defending

I told you I liked Liberty Belle (yes I do). She's the one who stops Feathered Serpent.


liberty belle throws feathered serpent out the window

Just as the All-Stars are about to celebrate, they look out the window and realize that the Feathered Serpent they beat was not the real Feathered Serpent - it was a proxy with an exoskeleton.


feathered serpent flying

Meanwhile, the airborne All-Stars take the fight to the enemy.


airborne all-stars attack

Feathered Serpent captures Firebrand but she soon becomes too hot to hold.


fiery firebrand is dropped by feathered serpent

In the craziest twist of all, the Feathered Serpent, the Mexican racist, turns out to be a German!


kukulkan is german wtf

A last minute backup plan from this Nazi is handled by my favorite All-Star duo: Johnny Quick and Robotman.


johnny quick, robotman team-up
johnny quick, robotman team-up

Next: All-Star Squadron 7 Carnage for Christmas




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