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Dr. Bob




Just thought I'd throw this one out there:

What is your favorite JSA era? Considering the group's lengthy history there should be a variety of responses. Retcons are a bit dicey but allowed.

1. Golden Age/1940s-50s

2. Silver Age JLA-JSA Team-Ups

3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure

4. 1980s Infinity Inc./Batman Trial/Ragnarok

5. 1990s Heroes Return

6. 2000s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes


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1970s All-Star/Adventure



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Scott




> What is your favorite JSA era?

> 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure

That's it for me although I would include the Bronze Age JLA/JSA team-ups.

Scott


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Zazu




> Just thought I'd throw this one out there:
>
> What is your favorite JSA era? Considering the group's lengthy history there should be a variety of responses. Retcons are a bit dicey but allowed.
>
> 1. Golden Age/1940s-50s
>
> 2. Silver Age JLA-JSA Team-Ups
>
> 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure
>
> 4. 1980s Infinity Inc./Batman Trial/Ragnarok
>
> 5. 1990s Heroes Return
>
> 6. 2000s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes

The JSA/JLA team-ups from JLA 91 (Grundy and the aliens) through JLA 220 (BC's new origin) are my favorites. Classic stories all - SSoV, LSH, New Gods, SSoSV, All-Star Squadron, Shazam Family, etc. Some great stuff there.


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Gernot




> Just thought I'd throw this one out there:
>
> What is your favorite JSA era? Considering the group's lengthy history there should be a variety of responses. Retcons are a bit dicey but allowed.
>
> 1. Golden Age/1940s-50s
>
> 2. Silver Age JLA-JSA Team-Ups
>
> 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure
>
> 4. 1980s Infinity Inc./Batman Trial/Ragnarok
>
> 5. 1990s Heroes Return
>
> 6. 2000s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes

My favorite is the Silver AND Bronze Age JSA/JLA team-ups.

Serious question: Shouldn't the 1980's All-Star Squadron be in that list somewhere? I know the book didn't focus much on the JSA as a team, but its members WERE in the book quite a bit, and they DID have one or two adventures in its pages.

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> Just thought I'd throw this one out there:
>
> What is your favorite JSA era?

> 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure

This one. But I do have to say that I enjoy them all, including the present version.

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Dr. Bob




>
> My favorite is the Silver AND Bronze Age JSA/JLA team-ups.
>
> Serious question: Shouldn't the 1980's All-Star Squadron be in that list somewhere? I know the book didn't focus much on the JSA as a team, but its members WERE in the book quite a bit, and they DID have one or two adventures in its pages.
>

I guess we could insert them into the 1980s era, or the Roy Thomas era if you prefer. I had said that retcons are dicey (and AS* was really just one big retcon) but if you want to include 'em go for it. My intent was JSA stories of particular eras at the time they were published. So the 1950s mini, or the 1999 Stalker mini, or Strange Adventures weren't really in my mind at all.


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Dr. Bob




> > What is your favorite JSA era?
>
> > 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure
>
> That's it for me although I would include the Bronze Age JLA/JSA team-ups.
>
> Scott

So far this era seems to be the leading contender. I guess the JSA in their first solo adventures since the 50s was a bigger deal and more memorable series than was figured at the time!


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punishment




> 6. 2000s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes

Only because it is when I started reading so I hold the Johns/Goyer/etc. volume in high regard. It was just a great read as is the current volume.


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steven b




> Just thought I'd throw this one out there:
>
> What is your favorite JSA era? Considering the group's lengthy history there should be a variety of responses. Retcons are a bit dicey but allowed.
> My Favorite JSA Era that i,m Currently enjoying so far is The 2000,s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes.
> 1. Golden Age/1940s-50s
>
> 2. Silver Age JLA-JSA Team-Ups
>
> 3. 1970s All-Star/Adventure
>
> 4. 1980s Infinity Inc./Batman Trial/Ragnarok
>
> 5. 1990s Heroes Return
>
> 6. 2000s Current Incarnation/Legacy Heroes


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