The JLA/JSA crossover of 1972 was monumental in many ways: It started as a celebration of 100 issues of Justice League of America; It was the first to span three issues instead of the traditional two; and it introduced the concept of teaming the two groups with a third set of heroes, in many cases revived from the golden age - in this case the honour went to the Seven Soldiers of Victory (or the Law's Legionnaires). The team of the GA Green Arrow & Speedy, The Star Spangled Kid & Stripesy, The Vigilante, The Crimson Avenger & The Shining Knight had not seen since their final appearance in Leading Comics No.14 in the Spring of 1945.
The cover scan
of the Swedish edition of this comic was sent to me by Edvin Sandberg.
He has a magnificant web page on the Swedish DC comic Gigant, click on
the scan to go to his site.
Aquaman, Atom, Batman, Black Canary, Flash, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Hawkman & Superman
Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hourman, Johnny Thunder & his T-bolt, Mr. Terrific, Red Tornado, Robin, Sandman, Starman, Wildcat & Wonder Woman
Diana Prince, Elongated Man, Metamorpho, Oracle & Zatanna
Reviving the Law's
Vigilante, Star-Spangled Kid & Stripesy, The Shining Knight, The golden age Green Arrow & Speedy and The Crimson Avenger
Adam Strange, Snapper Carr & the eighth Soldier of Victory Wing
The Iron Hand,
7 menaces from Earth-Two's past
in flashback, The Nebula-Man