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Tanthius

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The Pumpkinhead

Subj: wow was it really 1998? wow time flies... ok its been the best team book for 8 years. n/t
Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 at 05:20:56 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Best book DC has to offer
Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 at 10:09:10 am EDT

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JSA is the absolute best book on the market today and has been since it started in 1998 or 1999. James Robinson revamped the JSA with "Jusice Society of America" debuting in 1998 or 1999 (I can't remember which). Anyway he left after 5 awesome issues and Geoff Johns and David Goyer took over after that. Goyer stayed on for around 50 issues abut Johns remained on the title after that until the final few issues of the run which ended around issue 87. The whole run is brilliant except for the last arc which was done by Paul Levitz and pretty much sucked. I was 15 years old in 1998 when I started reading this title and I knew nothing about the JSA, but this title quickly became my favorite. Geoff Johns is brilliant as a writer and this is his best work. The artwork is consistent thruout the run also. I would go back and buy all the trades if you have the money. This title is that good. The current JSA run is at issue 9 and is basically a continuation of the previous series with Johns once again at the helm. You want find a better book for charaterization and awesome villains anywhere in the DCU. This book single handedly turned Black Adam from a nobody into my favorite DC character.

> JSA is the absolute best book on the market today and has been since it started in 1998 or 1999. James Robinson revamped the JSA with "Jusice Society of America" debuting in 1998 or 1999 (I can't remember which). Anyway he left after 5 awesome issues and Geoff Johns and David Goyer took over after that. Goyer stayed on for around 50 issues abut Johns remained on the title after that until the final few issues of the run which ended around issue 87. The whole run is brilliant except for the last arc which was done by Paul Levitz and pretty much sucked. I was 15 years old in 1998 when I started reading this title and I knew nothing about the JSA, but this title quickly became my favorite. Geoff Johns is brilliant as a writer and this is his best work. The artwork is consistent thruout the run also. I would go back and buy all the trades if you have the money. This title is that good. The current JSA run is at issue 9 and is basically a continuation of the previous series with Johns once again at the helm. You want find a better book for charaterization and awesome villains anywhere in the DCU. This book single handedly turned Black Adam from a nobody into my favorite DC character.

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