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    Default Commander Steel / Steel: The Indestructible Man (WWII-era) Appreciation (2019)

    NOTE: This is a continuation of the previous "Commander Steel / Steel: The Indestructible Man (WWII-era) Appreciation Thread", which can be read here:
    From the original thread (started by back in May of 2018),
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    Back in late 1977, when the Wonder Woman comic book featured the Earth-2 Wonder Woman back in the days of World War II (to tie in to the first season of her TV show), DC unleashed a brand-new "Golden Age"-era hero: Henry "Hank" Heywood, who would (originally) be referred to as Steel the Indestructible Man.

    He premiered in his own self-titled comic book which lasted just five issues . . . another victim of the "DC Implosion" of 1978, but the character would return a few years later in All-Star Squadron and was given the rank of "Commander".

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    In the previous version of this thread I had included some pages from the first issue (back in 1978).
    Here are a few more:




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    From the pages of All-Star Squadron #8 (April 1982) when Steel was brought back into the DC WWII universe (and would soon be renamed "Commander Steel"):




    That issue and the following one (All-Star Squadron #9) would use some of the material originally intended for issue #6 of Steel's own comic book.
    (For more on that, as well as the pages that led up to Steel's fight with the Black Assassin, see https://community.cbr.com/showthread...e-quot-villain)

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    from Steel, The Indestructible Man #2 (April 1978):


    NOTE: for more of this issue, also see the Mineral Master - retconned "Golden Age" villain thread.

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