Johnny Thunder

Issue
Cover Appearance?
Comment
Reprinted In
All-Star Comics #2
No
(no title) - helps Daisy Darling's father shut down a crooked gambling den
Big All-American
Comics #1
Yes
"Peachy Pet Met the Big Bad Wolf" - Peachy Pet dreams she is Little Red Riding Hood DC Rarities Archives #1
Flash #1
No
(no title) - I: Johnny Thunder, Simon and Mildred Thunder, Badhnesia, Agolea, Origin revealed, powers manifest in a manner unknown to Johnny Famous First Editions #8, JSA All-Stars Archives #1
Flash #2
No
(no title) - Johnny becomes a boxer, I: Daisy Darling, Johnny's girlfriend JSA All-Stars Archives #1
Flash #3
No
(no title) - Johnny continues boxing and inadvertently becomes heavyweight champion JSA All-Stars Archives #1
Flash #4
No
(no title) - Johnny's fame as a boxer gets Daisy kidnapped JSA All-Stars Archives #1
Flash #5
No
(no title)  - catches bank robbers
Flash #6
No
(no title) - goes on fox hunt
Flash #7
No
(no title) - catches spy
Flash #8
No
(no title) - catches counterfeiter
Flash #9
No
(no title) - conjures up an elephant
Flash #10
No
(no title) - goes on a picnic, begins to realize that he is controlling the magic around him.
Flash #11
No
(no title) - thwarts a crooked ski resort caretaker, realizes he is controlling Thunderbolt for the first time.
Flash #12
No
(no title) - screws up Daisy's date with another man
Flash #13
No
(no title) - catches crime syndicate known as the Brotherhood
Flash #14
No
(no title) - Johnny becomes a fireman
Flash #15
No
(no title) - uses Thunderbolt to help put out fires. first humanized appearance of the Thunderbolt Flashback #36
Flash #16
No
(no title) - vs. Oscar Ovaseer, a rival employee who tries to kill Johnny
Flash #17
No
(no title) plays in baseball game
Flash #18
No
(no title) - thwarts Jake the Pirate and wins horse race
Flash #19
No
(no title) - reforms spoiled brat
Flash #20
No
(no title) - Johnny realizes that saying "Say You" is what's summoning the Thunderbolt
Flash #21
No
(no title) - Johnny becomes rodeo rider and adopts little girl, Peachy Pet, I: Peachy Pet Thunder
Flash #22
No
(no title) - enrolls Peachy Pet at School
Flash #23
No
(no title) - Johnny and Peachy Pet capture thieves at department store
Flash #24
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet makes trouble at a winter retreat
Flash #25
No
(no title) - Starts messaging service to clear debt (part 1)
Flash #26
No
(no title) -Continues messaging service, accrues more debt (part II) 
Flash #27
No
(no title) - Johnny goes on vacation in the Amazon
Flash #28
No
(no title) - Johnny thwarts a saboteur when Peachy Pet sneaks aboard a plane to go on vacation with Daisy
Flash #29
No
(no title) - while chasing Peachy Pet, he encounters criminals in a house of tricks
Flash #30
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet runs amok with the Thunderbolt while Johnny is asleep
Flash #31
No
(no title) - trying out a job as a paper hanger causes Johnny to bumble into some child kidnappers
Flash #32
No
(no title) - Johnny joins the Navy
Flash #33
No
(no title) - Johnny Breaks up two quarreling sailors
Flash #34
No
(no title) - captures spies while on shore leave
Flash #35
No
(no title) - A professor comes on board to pilot a new sub detection system
Flash #36
No
(no title) - Johnny continues work on Navy sub-chaser but his ship gets sank
Flash #37
No
(no title)  - Stuck in a lifeboat, Johnny, Peachy and the Navy crewmen help an American spy on capture a Nazi U-Boat
Flash #38
No
(no title) - After handing the U-Boat over to the Navy, Johnny takes shore leave and capture a Nazi Spy, Count Orf
Flash #39
No
(no title) - Nazi Spy Count Orf (Sauer Krause) seeks revenge on Johnny and Daisy
Flash #40
No
(no title) - When Johnny becomes a navy diver, he becomes the target of Nazi assassins.
Flash #41
No
 (no title) - stops sabotage at airplane factory
Flash #42
No
(no title) - frees Badhnesia from Japanese control
Flash #43
No
(no title) - crooks target Peachy Pet when she tries to buy skunks for pets
Flash #44
No
(no title) - captures spy
Flash #45
No
(no title) - Johnny swindled at art museum and chases "Match" Luger for reward money
Flash #46
No
(no title) - a completely deliberately plotless story
Flash #47
No
(no title) - prevents Axis spies from sinking Navy ship
Flash #48
No
(no title) - thwarts Japanese in the Pacific
Flash #49
No
(no title) - thwarts Axis in the South Seas
Flash #50
No
(no title) - Johnny is ordered to build an airfield on a South Seas island
Flash #51
No
(no title) - thwarts Axis agents
Flash #52
No
(no ttile) - thwarts Nazis in Berlin
Flash #53
No
(no title) - Johnny thwarts more saboteurs and then is discharged from the Navy
Flash #54
No
(no title) - No actual appearance, supporting cast only
Flash #55
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet hatches a plan to go to Hollywood
Flash #56
No
(no title) -rescue Peachy Pet when she is kidnapped
Flash #57
No
(no title) - thwarts train robbers
Flash #58
No
(no title) - thwarts Peachy Pet's run in with crooks in Hollywood
Flash #59
No
(no title) - Johnny And Peachy Pet continue efforts to cash in in Hollywood
Flash #60
No
(no title) - Exposes criminal mayor in small town
Flash #61
No
(no title) - tries his hand as a reporter
Flash #62
No
(no title) - vs. gangsters
Flash #63
No
(no title) - scammed by crooks in Hollywood
Flash #64
No
(no title) - Johnny only has a cameo, focus on Peachy Pet
Flash #65
No
(no title) - Johnny has his hands full with Peachy Pet and Daisy Darling's bratty niece
Flash #66
No
(no title) - goes on a goodwill campaign and falls afoul of bank robbers and a crooked magician
Flash #67
No
(no title) - Johnny has the Thunderbolt plant his garden and inadvertently re-discovery Jack's fairy tale beanstalk
Flash #68
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet sends Johnny and the Thunderbolt on vacation while she tries to open a laundry service until she runs afoul of crooks
Flash #69
No
(no title) - Story about a family of Thunderbolts, I: Shocko, Thunderbolts "son"
Flash #70
No
(no title) - Robbers use Egyptian "flight stone" and mummy case to commit crimes
Flash #71
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet and Shocko scheme to get away from their guardians
Flash #72
No
(no title) - Johnny becomes a traveling salesman
Flash #73
No
(no title) -  Johnny becomes trapped in a playhouse he builds for Peachy Pet's birthday
Flash #74
No
(no title) - gets involved in a publisher swindle
Flash #75
No
(no title) - harassed by Peachy Pet and Shocko
Flash #76
No
(no title) - captures crooks disguised as dogs
Flash #77
No
(no title) - Flash, Hawkman, Ghost Patrol Appear
Flash #78
No
(no title) - evades a reward on his head
Flash #79
No
(no title) - captures the barefoot bandit, no T-bolt appearance
Flash #80
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet and Shocko thwart crooks
Flash #81
No
(no title) - no T-Bolts, focus on Peachy Pet
Flash #82
No
(no title) - Peachy Pet makes Super- powerful Banana Oil
Flash #83
No
(no title) - trying to find work as a mechanic leads Johnny to a gang of crooks operating out of a garage
Flash #84
No
"Summer Snowstorm" - captures crooks with ice and snow making weapons
Flash #85
No
(no title) - helps out farmer, no Thunderbolt appearance
Flash #86
No
"The Black Canary" - I: Black Canary Adventure #413
Flash #87
No
"The Black Canary"
Flash #88
No
"The Map That Wasn't There" - w/ Black Canary, Black Canary drops mask
Flash #89
No
"Produce The Crime" - no Black Canary appearance
Flash #90
No
"Triple Exposure" - w/ Black Canary, Black Canary gets co-billing
Flash #91
No
"The Tumbling Trees". w/ Black Canary
Flash Wheaties
Giveaway 1946
No
"Farewell to Crime" - criminals trap Johnny up a flagpole
New York World's
Fair 1940
No
(no title) - thwarts petty crooks while on date with Daisy Darling at World's Fair
World's Best #1
No
(no title) - saves Darling Trucking Company
World's Finest #2
No
(no title) - joins the Army, thwarts crooks, gets thrown out of Army
World's Finest #3
No
(no title) - thwarts crooks at football game at his old high school
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