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Now, I'm 25 and my DC is the continuity that ran from Legends in 1986 to Flashpoint in 2011. Out of that I got Starman, I got what I think is the best run of JLA ever written (thanks Grant Morrison), I got so many amazing Batman stories with art from greats like Jim Aparo and Graham Nolan, and a run of Superman where he ended up with the woman he was supposed to end up with, and they lived happily... ever... well. You get the idea.

Spoilers for DC Comics from Infinite Crisis onwards under the cut, but this will all dovetail into some stuff about Power Girl.

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Now that we've relived Identity Crisis (and survived to tell of it), let's take a trip back to the Golden Age, when members of the JLA's predecessor underwent their own, somewhat different crises of identity. This issue-length Gardner Fox story, from All Star Comics #30 (Aug-Sept 1946), is so delightfully cracky it took four artists to illustrate it. It previously appeared, way back when, on s_d 1.0, so no better time to post it again.

'As a sponge, I belong in this sink.' )
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I honestly had trouble with this one. Because in truth? There is more than one character I'd like to see come back from the dead.

The characters I speak of all populated a world that was originally five decades old. They lived on a world where the first superheroes appeared and united during World War II and formed the first superhero team in the history of superhero teams. These were the characters that aged in real time, married, and had families of their own. Their own children eventually took over their jobs as superheroes once they were old and retired or had passed on after a long, fruitful life. Their own legacy even led the arrival of a new generation of superheroes that were more diverse than their predecessors.

I am of course, talking about the pre-Crisis Earth-2 in all its Golden Age glory! )
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Upon learning about the death of Sheldon Moldoff, I decided to show you his work.

From All-Star Comic #6 (August-September 1941), The Justice Society Initiates Johnny Thunder. Four and a half pages from what would have been a 60-something page comic.

The moment I realized I would always want to love Hawkgirl found within )
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In the previous post for the Power Girl #26 preview (you know, the one with the adorable cosplayers) discussion turned to Peej's other costumes. I mentioned her 'renfaire' outfit from All-Star Comics #64 and a few people asked for scans so here they are.

Plus Bonus Superman getting his Obelix on. )
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recently posted about an interesting story beat that showed up in JSA All-stars #17 so I decided to grab the issue to see more.

So here's some more story, rather interesting story at that....

At first he was just a man... )

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Forums.ComicbookResources.com has a thread with one image of Sentinel's new costume.

Keep all sharp utensils in a locked box, and may no liquids be anywhere near your electronics before you view this.

2011 - welcome to the suck. )
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Been browsing the previews for this weeks comics, and I came across this!
Not so unquely deisgned character behind cut. )
tags: group: Justice Society of America, title: Justice Society of America All -Stars, genre: humor.

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Hmmm, my image of the cover's been removed, presumably because of the presence of Nazis? The rest of the pages still work fine, though.

Four pages from JSA 37...

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title: justice society of america, publisher: dc comics, creator: bill willingham, creator: jesus merino, group: justice society of america

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