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Subj: Why Was The Spectre A Member Of The Justice Society Of America?
Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 at 07:07:28 pm EST (Viewed 346 times)

When you think about it (Kind of like Batman on The Justice League.), it doesn't really make sense for the Spectre to be with the Justice Society. The Spectre is a vengeful spirit, the wraith of GOD! He's not exactly a team player, and he doesn't seem to care about saving the world or anything other than punishing criminals in harsh ways. The Spetre is one of my favorite DC characters (I'm mostly a Marvel guy.), but was he less hardboiled back when he first started as a JSA member? Did he kill back then, or was he more of a superhero? Speaking of The Spectre, I'm still trying to get as much as I can of the John Ostrander run. Thanks.

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