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    Larry Crock (Earth-2: Post-Crisis)

    I am Larry Crock. Friends call me "Crusher".
    — Larry Crock[src]

    Lawrence "Larry" Crock, also known as Crusher, was a world-class athletic criminal known as Sportsmaster and a former member of the villainous Injustice Society of America.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    At some point, Larry Crock and his wife, Paula Brooks, had a daughter named Artemis and joined the Injustice Society of America.[4]

    Final Battle[edit | hide]

    On December 24, 2010, Crock was present at the final battle between the Justice Society of America and the Injustice Society of America where he fought Starman alongside Tigress. He later went outside while Starman and Stripesy were escaping.[1]

    Blue Valley[edit | hide]

    Crock later moved to Blue Valley with his family and the rest of the ISA where he opened his own gym called Ripped City Gym.[1]

    In 2020, Crock introduced himself to Pat Dugan and offered him a discount on a gym membership because he was new to the town. Pat later accepted this offer a few days later.[1]

    Crock was later present with his family at the Blue Valley High School open house event where he told Dugan that could not eat cookies because they were "not on the program", referring to his gym membership.[5]

    Some time later, Crock and his wife were unhappy with Blue Valley High's football coach for benching their daughter, so they confronted him in the parking lot and hit him over the head with a baseball bat, killing him instantly. Anaya Bowin then texted Jordan Mahkent to inform him about this as she was unhappy that she had to hire yet another coach.[4]

    Project: New America[edit | hide]

    Mahkent then went to confront them about this, and they responded by saying that they were tired of waiting for another ISA mission, so he told them to get their suits out of storage because they were going back into action that night.[4]

    They were sent to retrieve satellite codes from Empire Enterprises to advance Project: New America and while there they encountered the new Justice Society of America. Crock beat Hourman and almost succeeded in destroying the Cosmic Staff with his explosive hockey puck, but it luckily reactivated after a few seconds. He and Tigress were ready to fight the entire JSA at once until Dugan arrived in his S.T.R.I.P.E. armor, which prompted Crock to say that "date night was over" and to throw a flare shuttlecock in the air which produced a flash of light and smoke which allowed the pair to escape.[4]

    Escape for Artemis[edit | hide]

    Good, Bad and Evil[edit | hide]

    Heroes and Villains[edit | hide]

    Murder of The Gambler[edit | hide]

    Blackmail[edit | hide]

    Maniacs[edit | hide]

    Helping Out[edit | hide]

    Taking Matters into Their Own Hands[edit | hide]

    Death[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Peak of Human Physical Condition: As a sports enthusiast, Crock was extremely athletic and maintains a good shape. Crock also performed impressive physical tasks such as fighting for an extended period of time without any signs of exhaustion.[4]
      • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Crock was adept at hand-to-hand combat and was able to beat Stargirl and Hourman at the same time.[4]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Sportsmaster Suit: Crock wore a protective suit whilst operating as Sportsmaster.[1]
    • Sports-Themed Weapons: Crock had many sports-themed weapons that he used when operating as Sportsmaster.[4]
      • Baseball Bat: Crock used a metal baseball bat as a weapon during combat. He used it to directly attack enemies or to hit baseballs at them.[4]
      • Explosive Hockey Puck: Crock had explosive hockey pucks that he shot at enemies using his hockey stick. One of these was even capable of momentarily disabling the Cosmic Staff.[4]
      • Flare Shuttlecock: Crock used modified shuttlecocks that once thrown produce a flash of light and smoke that help him to escape.[4]
      • Hockey Stick: Crock used a hockey stick to shoot explosive hockey pucks at his enemies.[4]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Stargirl Appears
    S.T.R.I.P.E. Appears
    Wildcat Pictured
    The Justice Society Appears
    Shiv Part One Appears
    Brainwave Appears
    Brainwave Jr. Pictured
    Shining Knight Pictured
    Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. Part One Appears
    Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. Part Two Appears
    Summer School: Chapter One Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Three Name Seen
    Summer School: Chapter Four Appears
    Summer School: Chapter Five Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Six Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Thirteen Appears
    Road Trip Mentioned
    Chapter One: The Murder Appears
    Chapter Two: The Suspects Appears
    Chapter Three: The Blackmail Appears
    Chapter Four: The Evidence Appears
    Chapter Five: The Thief Appears
    Chapter Six: The Betrayal Pictured
    Chapter Seven: Infinity Inc. Part One Mentioned
    Chapter Nine: The Monsters Appears
    Chapter Ten: The Killer Appears
    Chapter Eleven: The Haunting Mentioned
    Chapter Twelve: The Last Will and Testament of Sylvester Pemberton Mentioned
    Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning Mentioned

    Notes[edit | hide]

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]

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