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Subj: Re: How would there being 2 Jsa teams work out?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2016 at 06:55:22 pm EDT (Viewed 379 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How would there being 2 Jsa teams work out?
Posted: Fri Jun 10, 2016 at 09:35:27 pm EDT (Viewed 423 times)

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So you wopuld see that their could be beings who aged well, such a sa Senrinel/PG, and then could be descendants of other members taking over?


It should be a possibility as logic does tend to support the idea that if the JSA were accidentally sent into Limbo circa 1953, and the world made to forget they existed, then relatives and children would carry on with their lives. When the JSA return, and people 'remember' them, then so too will their surviving families and any teammates who were left behind. I don't expect there to necessarily have been an All-Star Squadron in this continuity but surely the wartime era would produce more heroes that just the main eight core members of the JSA...

I confess to not being at all sure where Jim Corrigan's origin stands at the moment, was he killed in the early 1940s or the modernday? Did Doctor Fate exist back in the forties? Was there a Carter Hall and Shiera?
Without a doubt this will be a modern take on the JSA, so we should not expect the group to look or be the the same as what we are accustomed to expection.






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