Stories with Multiple Characters

The following issues contained mass assemblies of heroes or villains. My criteria are:

Day of Vengeance #1

The Spectre vows to destroy all magic on Earth. The DCU's magical denizens convene at the Oblivion Bar, owned by Jim Rook (Nightmaster)

Deathstroke, The Terminator #49-50

Checkmate assembles heroes to stop the Crimelord (Steve Dayton/Mento):

Flash v.2 #19

The Flash's Rogues Gallery throws a party:

The Flash (Wally West), Chunk, Captain Cold, Golden Glider, Heatwave, Capt. Boomerang, Gentleman Ghost, Rainbow Raider, Weather Wizard, Trickster I, Dr. Alchemy, T.O. Morrow

Green Arrow v.3 #16

The private funeral of Green Arrow. No one was in costume. In attendance:

Guy Gardner: Warrior #29

The opening of Guy's new bar: Warriors.

Impulse #67

The DCU welcomes Max Mercury back from the speed force:

Impulse, Max Mercury, Zatanna, Flash I, Joan Garrick, Jesse Quick, Plastic Man, Woozy Winks, Martian Manhunter, Wildcat, Star Spangled Kid, S.T.R.I.P.E., Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Wonder Woman, Superman, Aquaman, Helen Claiborne, Prof. Morlo

JLA #27

The JLA calls in its reservists to help defeat Amazo.

JLA: Year One #12

The JLA calls on all the DCU's Silver Age heroes to defeat Locus.

Notes: Many of these guest stars' appearances are not accordance with proper continuity. The Flash (Jay Garrick) was actually in suspended animation. The Seven Soldiers were all strewn across time. Animal Man and Metamorpho had not technically debuted yet, but this could be fudged.

JSA #49-50 (Aug.-Sept. 2003)

The JSA calls in the reserves against Mordru, Eclipso and Obsidian:

Spectre, vol. 2 #11 (Feb. 1988)

The DCU's mystics assemble to discuss plans for the upcoming millennium.

Spectre, vol. 3 #62 (Feb. 1998)

Jim Corrigan makes peace with himself, his father and God and decides finally to leave the mortal world. HIs funeral is attended by:

Superboy v.3 #65 (Aug. 1999)

A false call goes out for a replacement for Superboy at Project Cadmus.

Teen Titans, vol. 2 #17

The Atom holds auditions for a new Titans team.

Villains United: Infinite Crisis Special

Oracle calls on all available heroes to battle the Society's prison breaks:

Wonder Woman #174-175 (Nov.-Dec. 2001)

Circe transforms the world's male heroes to animals and enlists an army of super-villainesses to attack New York City. In response, Wonder Woman forms her own army of super-heroines.

Young Justice #49-51

The Team calls a group of teen heroes together to help fight Agua Sin Gaaz, who murdered Empress' father.