Howell and Gerald Forton do the art as Roy Thomas winds up the Kulak story in All-Star Squadron 28 (Dec 83).
Picking up from the end of the previous issue, the Justice Society go into action against Kulak, who was ripping apart the sky. This was not just happening in Washington DC, we see that Kulak's tear in the sky appears around the world.
The Atom is still sick, and though he tries to get out of bed, he is too ill. Instead, he is forced to watch at the window as Wonder Woman, Starman, Sandman, Johnny Thunder, Hawkman and Dr Mid-Nite do what they can, but are simply overpowered.
Sargon the Sorceror shows up, and makes one of his more impressive outings. He explains to the All-Stars that his powers derive from the Ruby of Life, the first thing he touched after being born. The Ruby is connected to the Ring of Life, which manifested on the Spectre the first time he fought Kulak, then vanished during a later fight. Kulak has the Ring of Life, and is using it to control the Spectre.
Sargon is able to use his Ruby of Life to find Dr Fate, lost in a mystical realm, and bring him back to Earth.
Kulak is happy about this, figuring that he can take Dr Fate's helmet and add it to his own power. I love it when arrogant villains think they can wield Dr Fate's helmet. Kulak puts it on, but Nabu is not about to become his slave, and Kulak winds up hurtling away into the multiverse. Fate's helmet goes with him, but Kent Nelson is not at all upset about that. He still has his half helmet, which he had been using anyway.
A good second finale to the big storyline.
The issue also includes a teaser ad for the upcoming Infinity Inc book. As well as the heroes already introduced, this line-up includes Power Girl and the Huntress, as well as a woman in a cat outfit called La Garro. She will appear in a couple of years, but looking a bit different and under the name Wildcat. The captioning also mentions the Star-Spangled Kid and Sandy, the Golden Boy. Although the Star-Spangled Kid would be an integral member of Infinity Inc, Sandy would never appear in that book.