Born in 1911 in Brooklyn, New York, Gardner Fox was probably the single most imaginative and productive writer in the Golden Age of comics. In the 1940s, he created or co-created dozens of long-running features for DC Comics, including the Flash, Hawkman, the Sandman, and Doctor Fate, as well as penning most of the adventures of comics’ first super-team, the Justice Society of America. He was also the second person to script Batman, beginning somewhere around the Dark Knight Detective’s third story. For other companies over the years Fox also wrote Skyman, the Face, Jet Powers, Dr. Strange, Doc Savage and many others — including Crom the Barbarian, the first sword-and-sorcery series in comics. Following the revival in the late 1950s of the super-hero genre, Fox assembled Earth’s Mightiest Heroes once more and scripted an unbroken 65-issue run of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA. Though he produced thousands of other scripts and wrote over 100 books, it is perhaps this body of work for which he is best known. Fox passed away in 1986.
Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 1by Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky
The perfect companion piece to the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS and HISTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE trade paperbacks, this book features the classic tales of interaction between the heroes of Earth-One and Earth-Two. Existing in two different realities, the heroes of the Justice League team up with their predecessors the Justice Society of America in order to save both their worlds. Featuring different incarnations of Batman, Superman, the Flash and many other classic heroes.
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'Crisis On Multiple Earths' is an EXELENT comic book. (Writen by Gardner Fox)About the JLA and the JSA fighting to save the multiple earths from the forces of evil on the multiple earths.0 (And some other places.)This is my favorite comic book (and also the first real one I ever read.)I have read it twice and I give it a four and a half because it has a great story, its art is good, it's completly clean, and oldschool. (But the ending is dumb.) and you may want to read a newer JLA or JSA because you may not know the heros and/or villins. But you really should give this book a try. I love this and I hope you do too.