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[The JSA All-Star Story Site] Re: Larry Lance in Memories Chapter 21

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  • onlydavb
    Thank you Dave
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 7, 2013
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      Thank you
      Dave

      --- In theJSAallstarstorysite@yahoogroups.com, Frank Murdock <bytor84@...> wrote:
      >
      > Bravo.
      >
      > On 8/6/13, immortalwildcat <cjburke@...> wrote:
      > > It is always a pleasure to see Johnny being a hero instead of just a patsy.
      > > Especially by the time of this story, he had grown out of the "class clown"
      > > role he originally filled.
      > >
      > > da 'Cat!
      > >
      > >
      > > --- In theJSAallstarstorysite@yahoogroups.com, onlydavb <no_reply@>
      > > wrote:
      > >>
      > >> Chapter 21
      > >> Times Past
      > >> Memories
      > >> Opal City Sunday July 26th 1966
      > >>
      > >> "Oh there's more, said Larry. During the course of my investigation I ran
      > >> across the name of a P.I. named Harvey Bullock. He died of a brain
      > >> hemorrhage just after he brought Doris Knight and me those pictures. Doris
      > >> he spoke to, as for me, he or somebody else just dropped off my copies.
      > >> This brought my investigation to a standstill. You see my first suspect
      > >> was Clifford DeVoe, alias the Thinker."
      > >>
      > >
      > >
      > >
      >
      >
      > --
      > sincerely,
      >
      > Frank G. Murdock
      > Acadiana Area Council of the Blind President and founder
      >
    • The Time Trust
      I agree with Cat. This was a good use of Johnny Thunder.   -- Cheers, Doc Quantum of The Time Trust Read stories of your favorite DC Comics characters at the
      Message 2 of 5 , Aug 12, 2013
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        I agree with 'Cat. This was a good use of Johnny Thunder.
         
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        Cheers,
        Doc Quantum of The Time Trust


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        > From: onlydavb <no_reply@yahoogroups.com>
        >To: theJSAallstarstorysite@yahoogroups.com
        >Sent: Sunday, August 4, 2013 4:14:48 PM
        >Subject: [The JSA All-Star Story Site] Larry Lance in Memories Chapter 21
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        >Chapter 21
        >Times Past
        >Memories
        >Opal City Sunday July 26th 1966
        >
        >"Oh there's more, said Larry. During the course of my investigation I ran across the name of a P.I. named Harvey Bullock. He died of a brain hemorrhage just after he brought Doris Knight and me those pictures. Doris he spoke to, as for me, he or somebody else just dropped off my copies. This brought my investigation to a standstill. You see my first suspect was Clifford DeVoe, alias the Thinker."
        >
        >"Ah yes" said the Light. "But he's disappeared."
        >
        >"No, he went to a different earth.' Countered Larry "One almost exactly like this one. He designed a new and improved Thinking Cap. Confidentially he used the schematics of the device you showed him as a basis of some of his improvements. Just like I'm sure you used the plans he showed you of his old Thinking Cap, for the design of the devices you're putting in the rockets surrounding your church."
        >
        >The Light's face grew grim when Larry explained that he knew about the Rockets. Just then the other detective came in. he drew his gun when he saw his partner unconscious on the floor. "It's all right Herbert: said Martelli. "Mr. Lance is explaining how he arrived here in Opal City."
        >
        >"Yes" said a scowling Light, "Continue Mr. Lance" he commanded.
        >
        >Larry nonchalantly glanced at the grandfather clock before saying "As I said the Thinker was on a different earth. Almost an exact replica of here. Who ever heard of such a thing?"
        >
        >"It's an old theory" said the Light dismissively.
        >
        >"Well anyway" said Larry "That's where he was until he ran across one of the super-heroes of that world; he's back on our earth now. Do you mind if I smoke?" asked Larry as he pulled out a cigarette. He took his metal lighter out and saw Johnny Thunder reflection in the metal asking silently "now?' Larry covered his mouth so only Johnny could see him before silently mouth the words "no not yet."
        >
        >"That's why you couldn't find and kill him. That was the plan wasn't it?' The Light made no response. "I mean you did kill the man who got DeVoe in contact with you as well as Bullock, who brought to DeVoe to 673 Hibbard Avenue. DeVoe told me about your meeting, he became quite cooperative when I told him about all the murders you committed to cover your tracks. And the Hibbard Street property was what led me to the Church of the Light. I got your finger prints in the church and discovered yours and Father Lightle's real names. "
        >
        >The Light stood at that point. "So you came here to confront me all alone?" he laughed. "You must be truly emasculated Mr. Lance. What were you planning on doing coming to Opal City all alone? Finally going to come out from your wife's skirts and be the big hero all by yourself. You're a dead man Mr. Lance. Herbert and his partner are going to kill you when you tried to escape once you leave here."
        >
        >Larry smiled back at the Light. "I suppose you'll have one of them use my gun to kill the other and then have him commit suicide over the grief of his dead partner so your track will be clean in case any of the JSA come snooping."
        >
        >"Bravo Mister Lance, I certainly did under estimate you" said the Light.
        >
        >"Yes you did. You still are. What makes you think I'd be foolish enough to go up against a super-villain like you alone?" asked Larry. Now the Light's face changed from contempt to concern. "Now Johnny" said Larry. The Light's eyes grew wide as Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt appeared just to his right.
        >
        >"Say you know I think the men with the guns ought to go to bed T-Bolt" said Johnny Thunder. Antonio Martelli and the two detectives suddenly sound asleep in a king sized bed that appeared out of nowhere.
        >
        >The Light smiled as he went to point a button on his desk. "Really Mister Lance, the nincompoop is your backup"
        >
        >"He don't need that desk either T-Bolt" said Johnny. The desk disappeared before the Light could press his button.
        >
        >The Light was older than Johnny, but he was a good foot bigger and outweighed the hero by a good hundred pounds. The Light started to raise his fist. But Johnny was quicker. "Black Canary is a good friend of mine" Johnny said as smashed the Light with a vicious upper cut just the way the Wildcat had taught him. The Light was staggered by the blow. The bigger man was reeling back when Johnny followed up his first blow with a solid punch right in the Light's breadbasket saying "So is Starman."
        >
        >The Light was hunched over, holding stomach when T-Bolt said "Master John may I?'"
        >
        >"Go ahead T-Bolt, they're your friends too" said Johnny
        >
        >The Light suddenly felt a painful electric shock in his buttock that caused him to jump forward towards Larry Lance who was fast approaching the Light. The Light was still hunched over when Larry was standing in front of him.
        >
        >"You know Lampara, I promised not to start any more violence. But I didn't say anything finishing any." The Light saw Larry double up his hand and raise them over his head. He could do nothing as they came crashing down on his head. While Larry's unseen knee came up towards the Light's head at the same time. Arturo Lampara went out like a light.
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