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Updated: 2017-11-21T17:09:16-05:00


JSA Chronology 6


All-Star Comics # 6 (June 1941) begins, as usual, with a JSA meeting, this time a dinner in honor of the Flash. The JSA membership has thus far consisted of eight central members including: Flash Green Lantern Hawkman Atom Hourman...

JSA Chronology 5


All-Star Comics # 5 begins with the JSA members sitting around in their meeting bored, lamenting the low crime rate. They've succeeded, it seems, in putting an end to crime. But elsewhere the gangsters are meeting, who at the orders...

JSA Chronology 4


Following Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Earth-Two comic All-Star Squadron basically suspended its storyline and produced five months of filler from issues 61-66 consisting of origin stories. The final issue, #67, was a retelling of the first case of the...

JSA Chronology 3


When I read the F.B.I director's speech to the Justice Society of America, I felt like I was reading a description of our nation today. Here is part of what he told them when they arrived in his Washington office:...

JSA Chronology 2


The first super-hero team to appear in comics was the Justice Society of America in All-Star Comics #3 in 1940. The story has been reprinted in Famous First Edition #F-7 (1974), in Millennium Edition: All-Star Comics #3 (2000), and in...

JSA Leading Ladies: Joan Garrick


In the anthology of solo JSA stories in All-Star Comics # 3, each member has a leading lady in his adventure. For the Flash it was Joan Williams. While Superman had his Lois, the Flash had his Joan. She was...

JSA Chronology 1


I've decided that from time to time I am going to trace the history of the JSA from their beginning up until the new 52 began. This will be about the real Justice Society of America (mainly pre-crisis) and not...



Tarzan has been in the comics for about as long as comics have been around. Some of the earlier comic book stories were reprints of newspaper strips. Titles like Tip Top Comics (1936), Comics on Parade (1938), Large Feature Comic...

Superman and Superwoman


I loved the team-up comic titles when I was growing up in the 70s. These books teamed A-lister super-heroes with monthly guest-stars. There was Marvel Team-Up which paired Spiderman with monthly co-stars and Marvel Two-in-One which did the same with...

Remembering James Garner


Here are some photos of the statue of James Garner as Bret Maverick taken during our family trip to Garner's hometown of Norman, Oklahoma. One of the saddest things about 2014 was the death of Garner in August. He was...