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   * <​html><​span style="​background-color:​rgb(236,​236,​236);">​March 12-15: On Earth-2, Jaspar Crow (of Earth-2) hires a man to discredit the Black Condor by masquerading him and causing strife amongst steel workers who go on strike against the horrible conditions Crow forces them to work under. The real Black Condor intervenes and terrorizes Crow into signing a humane labor contract. [The Black Condor, Crack Comics #14 (July, 1941)]</​span></​html>​   * <​html><​span style="​background-color:​rgb(236,​236,​236);">​March 12-15: On Earth-2, Jaspar Crow (of Earth-2) hires a man to discredit the Black Condor by masquerading him and causing strife amongst steel workers who go on strike against the horrible conditions Crow forces them to work under. The real Black Condor intervenes and terrorizes Crow into signing a humane labor contract. [The Black Condor, Crack Comics #14 (July, 1941)]</​span></​html>​
   * March 15: Rod Reilly, an idle millionaire playboy, becomes a crime-fighter named **[[Firebrand (Earth-X)|Firebrand]]** in order to take down the crime syndicate that controlled New York City, but the police mistakenly believe that the Firebrand is the leader of the syndicate. The Firebrand is assisted by his manservant, ex-prize-fighter [[Slugger Dunn (Earth-X)|"​Slugger"​ Dunn]], who left the ring to become Firebrand'​s only confidant. Rod has recently become engaged to a debutante named [[Joan Rogers (Earth-X)|Joan Rogers]]. Rod's father is wealthy steel tycoon [[Emerald Ed Reilly (Earth-X)|"​Emerald"​ Ed Reilly]], while his mother is unnamed. Firebrand is a top-notch athlete who possesses incredible acrobatic skills and is able to scale a building using suction-cups. Firebrand leaves a flaming torch of justice wherever he strikes against crime. ["​Bust-Out in the Big House,"​ Freedom Fighters #12 (January-February,​ 1978)]   * March 15: Rod Reilly, an idle millionaire playboy, becomes a crime-fighter named **[[Firebrand (Earth-X)|Firebrand]]** in order to take down the crime syndicate that controlled New York City, but the police mistakenly believe that the Firebrand is the leader of the syndicate. The Firebrand is assisted by his manservant, ex-prize-fighter [[Slugger Dunn (Earth-X)|"​Slugger"​ Dunn]], who left the ring to become Firebrand'​s only confidant. Rod has recently become engaged to a debutante named [[Joan Rogers (Earth-X)|Joan Rogers]]. Rod's father is wealthy steel tycoon [[Emerald Ed Reilly (Earth-X)|"​Emerald"​ Ed Reilly]], while his mother is unnamed. Firebrand is a top-notch athlete who possesses incredible acrobatic skills and is able to scale a building using suction-cups. Firebrand leaves a flaming torch of justice wherever he strikes against crime. ["​Bust-Out in the Big House,"​ Freedom Fighters #12 (January-February,​ 1978)]
-  * <​html><​span style="​background-color:​rgb(236,​236,​236);">​March 15: On Earth-2, Rod Reilly becomes the **[[Firebrand ​(Earth-2)|Firebrand]]** ​under nearly identical circumstances as his Earth-X counterpart,​ except that the Earth-2 Reilly has a sister, Danette Reilly. ["​Bust-Out in the Big House,"​ Freedom Fighters #12 (January-February,​ 1978)]</​span></​html>​+  * <​html><​span style="​background-color:​rgb(236,​236,​236);">​March 15: On Earth-2, Rod Reilly becomes the Firebrand under nearly identical circumstances as his Earth-X counterpart,​ except that the Earth-2 Reilly has a sister, Danette Reilly. ["​Bust-Out in the Big House,"​ Freedom Fighters #12 (January-February,​ 1978)]</​span></​html>​
   * March 22: One evening while waiting on the steps of the United States Capitol, Sandra Knight saves her father [[Henry Knight|Senator Harold Henry Knight]] (a former judge) from getting shot by an assassin named Ace Diamond, and calls herself a "​phantom lady" while doing so. Modifying a useless black-light ray device sent to her father to create her blackout ray, Sandra decides to start adventuring as a costumed mystery-woman called **[[Phantom Lady (Earth-X)|Phantom Lady]]**, and soon creates a yellow and green costume for herself, as well as equipping the front and the back of a black roadster with blackout rays. Don Borden, a State Department investigator,​ is Sandra Knight'​s fiancĂ©. //Note: While the Earth-2 Sandra Knight received a black-light ray from Prof. Abraham Davis, the Earth-X Sandra Knight may have received the invention from a different inventor entirely, possibly having some connection with the Black Condor'​s black light ray. Sandra Knight of Earth-X may have a cousin named Ted Knight, but he never becomes a mystery-man like his Earth-2 counterpart,​ who becomes Starman. Phantom Lady's blackout ray is originally called a black lantern. Sandra Knight is trained in Jiu-Jitsu.//​ ["​Carnival of Death,"​ Freedom Fighters #15 (July-August,​ 1978); "Catch a Falling Starman,"​ All-Star Squadron #41 (January, 1985)]   * March 22: One evening while waiting on the steps of the United States Capitol, Sandra Knight saves her father [[Henry Knight|Senator Harold Henry Knight]] (a former judge) from getting shot by an assassin named Ace Diamond, and calls herself a "​phantom lady" while doing so. Modifying a useless black-light ray device sent to her father to create her blackout ray, Sandra decides to start adventuring as a costumed mystery-woman called **[[Phantom Lady (Earth-X)|Phantom Lady]]**, and soon creates a yellow and green costume for herself, as well as equipping the front and the back of a black roadster with blackout rays. Don Borden, a State Department investigator,​ is Sandra Knight'​s fiancĂ©. //Note: While the Earth-2 Sandra Knight received a black-light ray from Prof. Abraham Davis, the Earth-X Sandra Knight may have received the invention from a different inventor entirely, possibly having some connection with the Black Condor'​s black light ray. Sandra Knight of Earth-X may have a cousin named Ted Knight, but he never becomes a mystery-man like his Earth-2 counterpart,​ who becomes Starman. Phantom Lady's blackout ray is originally called a black lantern. Sandra Knight is trained in Jiu-Jitsu.//​ ["​Carnival of Death,"​ Freedom Fighters #15 (July-August,​ 1978); "Catch a Falling Starman,"​ All-Star Squadron #41 (January, 1985)]
  
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