For the latest info on this 'definitive guide to the Justice Society of America- from 1940-2000 AD!' click on the links. The All Star Companion is listed in the September issue of Previews magazine (Page 298). Order yours now from your local comic shop or directly from Twomorrows Publishing.
follow-up to the All Star Companion will be a Silver Age JSA issue of
Alter Ego. This will cover the JSA's team ups with the JLA.
Wonder if Roy will use any Aussie Edition DC covers? Look for
that issue early 2001... or keep an eye on the TwoMorrows web site.
The unfolding events of World War II cast dark shadows over the events of ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES Volume 6, a hardcover reprinting the Golden Age adventures of the Justice Society of America from ALL STAR COMICS #24-28. It shipped on November 29th 2000.
out for it at your comic store... or order a copy!
- see if your local store has any in stock or can order any for you.
December 2nd 2000.
back from my latest North American sojourn. 5 weeks in Canada and
the USA. I was lucky enough to meet up with a number of JSAAA
members. I had a ball chatting with golden age fanboys, through
to recent comic converts. Everyone from Mr Zatarro (our doyen of
the JSAAA) to Sadowski3 and even GeoffJohns. All were a pleasure
to meet, a thrill to chat to, and bliss to comic shop with! Geoff
Johns gets so excited over boxes of Silver Age comics - my
kinda guy! Treasured memories folks. And I was lucky enough
to add another All Star Comic to my collection.... ASC#54! Picked
it up in Vancouver - for a song! I saw a few more at a comic fair in
Boston - but they were WAY out of my price range. One day
perhaps... next trip... I'm already planning! All the
highlights to added soon.
DC 2000 - the 1940s adventure of the Golden Age Justice Society of America with the year 2000's JLA has been added to the JSA/JLA Cross-overs section.
April 29th 2000
I've added pages of America Vs the Justice Society and the secret origins of the JSA.
In the past couple of weeks I've added a few extra features to my Jr JSA pages. Thanks to Mr Jerry Bails for generously forwarding me the information to crack the All American Comics (1945) version of the Jr JSA code and finish the second decoder wheel.
......and for something completely different! My other comic book web page, an Aussie superhero?!?!? Yes, visit Davo's Panther Comic page to learn more.
January 9th 2000
Just added a few updates to the Jr JSA pages - including the secret codes from 1948. (Dont tell anyone, they're secret - indeed "Top Secret: for members of the junior justice society of America") Enjoy!
And don't forget.... All Star Comics Archive No.5 is now on sale.
September 28th 1999
I'm added a few bits and pieces to the site. My recently purchased copy of All Star Comics No.53 arrived last week. A scan of the Splash page is up (see ASC#53) and the JSA Labnotes from that issues is now in the Jr JSA Section. Also in the Jr JSA section is the second variant certificate from 1942 and a code from 1943 (the latter courtesy of Graeme Fitzgerald). Another Aussie variant Infinity Inc cover is now on the misco page. More soon.
Jr JSA section added (as well as JSAAA membership card). Will be adding more details soon.
I've added some extra scans of Aussie Reprints of JSA/JLA teamups. Thanks very much to Mark Cannon, of Canberra, for supplying me with these scans and generously sharing part of his collection. It's always great to chat with a fellow comics fan -especially one interested in Australian comics as well!
Changes to: the "Aussie Variant" page, the "misco" page and the following years crossovers: 1963 (Flash & JLA), 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968. "Cover of the month" has also been rotated and features "All Star Comics No.32". Here's a helpful hint - if the page has a red background like this then I've updated it on or after August 12!
And coming soon... a page on the Junior JSA!
The JSA Webring is now up and running. If you have a JSA webpage you would like to link to the ring, see the details at the bottom of this page.
I've added a few extra pics into the Misc gallery: hope you enjoy them! Don't forget JSA#1 is out this week - check your local comic store and if you haven't already pick up a copy of the JSA Secret Files as well.
I've finally finished adding 1970s All Star Comics and JSA issues of Adventure as well as the JSA crossovers in Justice League of America. Enjoy!!
2nd May 1999
in the process of adding pages for the annual JSA/JLA cross-overs, as
well as sorting out my Aussie variant covers. I'll be adding a couple
of examples, then up-loading them in groups.
21st April 1999
I've decided to add some scans of the covers of the comics which reprinted issue of All Star Comics. I hope that this will be of assistance to those collectors after a cheaper alternative to spending Big $ to read some JSA classic stories.
All Star Comics #1 Second Series hits the shops this week - Wednesday 17th in North America, Friday the 19th in Australia, the Pacific, and Europe. The 7 team-up issues of Justice Society Skip Weeksee below hit the shops the following week, then All Star comics #2 rounds out the story a fortnight. Enjoy this opportunity to follow another adventure of the Golden Age JSA by visiting your local comic specialist and picking up a copy or three. If it proves popular we may see more in the future.
1st March 1999
I finally tracked downa scan of All Star 53 on eBay. This complete's the run of cover scans. so it's time to move on to the 1970's series, JLA/JSA Cross-overs (And there's one on at the moment, check out JLA 27-31) and a few other JSA related covers.
Of course if I find better scans of issues already up on this page I'll keep replacing them for you.
DC Comics have released the cover artwork for their the Justice Society returns skip-week. The art is located at DC Comics website. Information is also available on the Previews website. They will be releasing two issues of All-star Comics, as well as Adventure, All American, National, Sensation, Smash, Star Spangled, and Thrilling Comics. I can't wait for these nine issues to come out next March!!