The following issue announced the formation of the club and advertised for membership. Children could become members by sending 15c to "Headquarters" and in return would receive a membership kit. And quite a kit it was too, containing: a welcome letter from JSA Secretary ( see right! So that's what Wonder Woman was up to whilst the boys were out there fighting); a members badge; a membership certificate; a secret message de-coder device; and a 4-page "patriotic war bonds comic. In all it's various revivals there were 18 pieces of Jr JSA items to collect.
Ironically the Jr JSA outlasted the JSA - as it continued to be advertised for a few months after the super heroes had been bumped for the cowboys in No.58 - the onset of.... All Star Western.
Here for your
enjoyment are some of club advertisements and messages from the comics
as well as the merchandise members received as "Jr. JSAers".
|"The Junior JSA is back in operation"|
|Junior JSA Advertisments|
|Fans of The Junior Justice Society of America can also learn more about the group online at Yahoo! Clubs' The Junior Justice Society Club.|
And remembering the...
Justice Society of America Appreciation Association