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Sweep Secondhand

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Talezite

Subj: Re: Top 5 Favourite JSAers
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2007 at 08:38:20 am EST
Reply Subj: Re: Top 5 Favourite JSAers
Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 07:00:28 pm EST

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> What are your top five members of the JSA? These are mine:
>
> 1. Starman - equally Ted Knight/Jack Knight/Thom Kallor
> 2. Superman Earth-2
> 3. Power Girl
> 4. Mr. Terrific - Micheal Holt: I have almost as many undergraduate and graduate degrees.
> 5. Hourman - Rick Tyler


1)Wildcat (Ted Grant)
2)The Atom (Al pratt)
3)Green Lantern (Alan Scott)
4)Mr Terriffic (Micheal Holt)
5) three way tie between Star Spangled Kid/Skyman, Stargirl, and Johnny Thunder and the Lightningbolt


I would have put Starman on this list (as I loved his solo series, thats great stuff!) but I felt like he was not even on the JSA, they did not develop this very much/at all. (imo). Come to think of it, it would be cool to see a one shot with Jack Knight being more true to the character,etc.. now that would be cool ;\)
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.) Hourman (Rex Tyler) - Rick is a great character but you can't beat the original.
2.) Dr. Fate (Kent Nelson) - A very interesting mystic character that has held up over the years but sadly never found a worthy successor.
3.) Starman (Ted Knight) - The whole outfit and cosmic rod just worked for me and he probably has the best legacies of any JSAers.
4.) The Spectre (Jim Corrigan) - How can you not like a ghost who is the embodiment of the wrath of God? Almost all the Jim Corrigan versions of this character have been enjoyable but now he seems to have lost his focus.
5.) Johnny Thunder (and Thunderbolt) - Johnny was a fun character who really came into his own in the JLA/JSA team ups of the 60's-80's. It also became obvious in the JSA stories that he kept the original members grounded and kept things from becoming too grim at times.

Honorable mention to the original Mr. Terrific Terry Sloan. I always like this character even though he got the short end of the JSA stick. I was REALLY impressed with his treatment in the Justice Society mini series where the super powered JSA members were shown to have tremendous respect for him because of his natural abilities.

- Sweep



> > What are your top five members of the JSA? These are mine:
> >
> > 1. Starman - equally Ted Knight/Jack Knight/Thom Kallor
> > 2. Superman Earth-2
> > 3. Power Girl
> > 4. Mr. Terrific - Micheal Holt: I have almost as many undergraduate and graduate degrees.
> > 5. Hourman - Rick Tyler
>
>
> 1)Wildcat (Ted Grant)
> 2)The Atom (Al pratt)
> 3)Green Lantern (Alan Scott)
> 4)Mr Terriffic (Micheal Holt)
> 5) three way tie between Star Spangled Kid/Skyman, Stargirl, and Johnny Thunder and the Lightningbolt
>
>
> I would have put Starman on this list (as I loved his solo series, thats great stuff!) but I felt like he was not even on the JSA, they did not develop this very much/at all. (imo). Come to think of it, it would be cool to see a one shot with Jack Knight being more true to the character,etc.. now that would be cool ;\)
> >
> >


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