All-Star Squadron # 1
- Series: All-Star Squadron
- Issue: 1
- Publisher: DC
- Published Date: September 1981
- Cover: Rich Buckler, Dick Giordano, Tatjana Wood, Gaspar Saladino
- Writers: Roy Thomas
- Pencil: Rich Buckler
- Ink: Dick Giordano, Jerry Ordway
- Appearances: All-Star Squadron [Hawkman [Carter Hall], Dr. Mid-Nite [Dr. Charles McNider], Atom [Al Pratt]], Wildcat [Ted Grant] (photo), Shining Knight (photo), Winged Victory (photo), Green Arrow (Earth-2, photo), Phantom Lady ? (photo), Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (photo), Batman (Earth-2, photo), Robin (Earth-2, photo), Star-Spangled Kid (photo), Stripesy (photo), Vigilante [Greg Sanders] (photo), Crimson Avenger (photo), Johnny Thunder (photo), Thunderbolt (photo), Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (photo), Plastic Man (photo), Robotman [Robert Crane] (photo), Dr. Fate (photo), Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (photo), Liberty Belle (photo), Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (photo), Tarantula (photo), Superman (Earth-2) (photo), Flash [Jay Garrick] (photo), Wonder Woman (Earth-2) (photo), Captain Triumph (photo)
- Additional Notes: Direct
Story 2: "The World on Fire!"
The only three Justice Society of America members who have not gone missing -- Hawkman, Atom, and Dr. Mid-Nite -- join up with Plastic Man, Robotman, Liberty Belle, and Johnny Quick in Washington, D.C. where they meet with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who christens them the All-Star Squadron. Their first mission: find the missing JSAers and stop the rumored attack on San Francisco on December 7, 1941 before it's too late. Meanwhile, the missing JSAers, along with Shining Knight and Danette Reilly, have been captured by Per Degaton and though aware of his plans are helpless to stop him.
Story 10: "An Open Letter to the Readers of All-Star Squadron #1"
Roy explains his vision for this series, how it came to be, and some things the reader will see in future issues.
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