DC Implosion led to the cancellation of All Star Comics with Issue 74 the
JSA moved across to
an anthology title.
Beginning with issue
461 and running through to issue 466 - the story that revealed why the
JSA disbanded in the 1950s and early 1960s. Editor, Paul Levitz,
writes on the inside cover of Adventure #461;
"As usual we've
surprised ourselves with this issue of Adventure comics. Besides
regular stars Flash, Wonder Woman, Deadman and Aquaman, we're introducing
what will be our fifth regular feature - the Justice Society of America.
since the recent cancellation of All Star comics as part of our conversion
to a slimmer line, the JSAers were homeless and we thought that was a shame.
So here they are, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do. "
Click on the above
link to see cover scans of the JSA's exploits in Adventure Comics.
Below are a few scans of the Australian editions.
This first cover
is the Aussie edition of the stories that appeared in Adventure Comics
461 & 462. (Adventure No.2 in Australia) Alas, down under we missed
out on that classic cover of the golden-age Batman in his coffin with the
JSA in mourning watching over him! The two other Aussie edition covers
(Adv 4 & Adv 7) are copies of US edition Adv 464 & Adv 466. note
that the BACK cover of Adv 464 is the art for the FRONT cover of the Australian