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    I'd add Comic Cavalcade to that list as it...

    I'd add Comic Cavalcade to that list as it featured some nifty stories featuring the Golden Age Wonder Woman, Flash and Green Lantern. DC published a lovely Archive edition a decade or so back that...
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    James Robinson's The Golden Age and the first...

    James Robinson's The Golden Age and the first twelve issues of John Ostrander's and Tom Mandrake's The Spectre.
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    How come I have this sinking feeling that...

    How come I have this sinking feeling that exploring "untold" aspects about the JSA means throwing out their origin story and overwriting years of work from such writers as Fox, Kanigher, Conway,...
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    With all of the recent ballyhoo about DC's new...

    With all of the recent ballyhoo about DC's new timeline it feels as if the sons and daughters of the original Justice Society of America have been left out in the veritable cold. Are Albert, Lyta,...
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    Respectfully agree to disagree on this one, K....

    Respectfully agree to disagree on this one, K. Jones...A lot of JSA fans feel that the World War 2 setting is an essential part of who these characters are; forged in the fires of the late 1930s and...
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    It's interesting to note that they are apparently...

    It's interesting to note that they are apparently moving up the debut of the original Black Canary during the Golden Age...
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    I'm a purist when it comes to the JSA being...

    I'm a purist when it comes to the JSA being connected to World War 2 also, Jim. The team resounds in that fiery and tumultuous era and I feel it would be a tremendous mistake to remove their history...
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    Happy to see Roy Thomas' All-Star Squadron...

    Happy to see Roy Thomas' All-Star Squadron prominently listed alongside the JSA and the Freedom Fighters for the first generation time sheet released today at the New York City Comic Con. This gives...
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    Guess I'm one of those nerds...Very happy to see...

    Guess I'm one of those nerds...Very happy to see the logo for Roy Thomas' All-Star Squadron on the Generation One sheet.
  10. I think Roy Thomas stated in Volume Two of his...

    I think Roy Thomas stated in Volume Two of his excellent All-Star Comics Companion that he didn't use Wildfire in his All-Star Squadron because of his fear that she would be redundant considering...
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    Another solid issue and I'm enjoying how...

    Another solid issue and I'm enjoying how everything is starting to tie together. Howard Porter's art was great, although am I the only one that noticed Al Pratt sporting a striped version of his...
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    Is All-Star Squadron No Longer Cannon?

    I've been enjoying the return of the Justice Society of America over in Snyder's JLA, but I couldn't help but notice that the last issue completely contradicts the events of the Roy Thomas penned...
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    My theory holds that this is the Earth Two Kal-l...

    My theory holds that this is the Earth Two Kal-l Superman. It would make sense with the reveal of the automobile from the cover of Action Comics 1...
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    Snyder's quote in this recent Newsarama piece...

    Snyder's quote in this recent Newsarama piece confirms that this is a young JSA, not an older one. Chalk up any supposed "wrinkles" or "gray hair" to artistic interpretation.
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    Will this be the JSA going forward, history-wise,...

    Will this be the JSA going forward, history-wise, I wonder? I've noticed some tweaks from this issue that seem to deviate from some of the history of the characters as we have known them such as the...
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    Oh boy, let's not shake that hornet's nest...

    Oh boy, let's not shake that hornet's nest...
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    Some new pages from next week's JLA featuring the...

    Some new pages from next week's JLA featuring the JSA.

    https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/08/30/who-the-hell-are-the-justice-society-exclusive-justice-league-31-preview/
  18. Totally missed that one...Thanks, Electricmastro,...

    Totally missed that one...Thanks, Electricmastro, I'll track down a copy of this and give it a good read!
  19. I'm with the Major on this one. While I'm excited...

    I'm with the Major on this one. While I'm excited to see a familiar version of the Society again, there are team lineup and costume inconsistencies that do not line up with much of the old...
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    I recall being on the fence when Millennium came...

    I recall being on the fence when Millennium came out but I was a total convert after reading the excellent Secret Origins issue 22 as written by continuity maven and all-around legend Roy Thomas....
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    More news about the return of the first super...

    More news about the return of the first super team...

    https://www.cbr.com/interview-scott-snyder-james-tynion-iv-justice-league/
  22. 1.) The Ray (Jack C. Harris/Christopher Priest...

    1.) The Ray (Jack C. Harris/Christopher Priest version)
    2.) Superboy Prime (Such a great villain)
    3.) Jack Knight (only if Robinson and Harris have complete control over him)
    4.) Golden Age Flash...
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    "5 Drowned Men" from All-Star Comics #36 is a...

    "5 Drowned Men" from All-Star Comics #36 is a great story with beautiful art. As a plus, there was a great sequel to that story written by Roy Thomas for Infinity, Inc. #1-10.
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    This is not unprecedented: Roy Thomas has written...

    This is not unprecedented: Roy Thomas has written dozens of introductions/essays for DC's Golden Age characters since leaving DC in 1989 yet, despite a few one-on one-off projects in the thirty years...
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    Hi Spider-Ham, While I feel your pain about...

    Hi Spider-Ham,

    While I feel your pain about the lack of Wally, Jay and other speedsters at the moment, you should turn that frown upside down because the 80th Anniversary Special due out in...
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