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    Quote Originally Posted by Marblocks View Post
    I'm going to be going to the comic book store later tonight, can anyone recommend a comic series that I should be reading RIGHT NOW? I wanna get back into new comics.
    Harleen is pretty good and new.

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    Thanks for the recs people.

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    I'm trying to go back through the comics but can't seem to find it reading through my collection or looking it up online. I remember that Martian Manhunter had collected data on the other heroes, and it got used against them. Like, secret identities and stuff like that. He mentions having dossiers as well during the old JLA tower of Babel story. I'm trying to remember when this takes place, which comics it is that Martian Manhunter collects the data, and the fallout of it being stolen(if there was a fallout. I could be completely misremembering...). Was there a story like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurosaru View Post
    I'm trying to go back through the comics but can't seem to find it reading through my collection or looking it up online. I remember that Martian Manhunter had collected data on the other heroes, and it got used against them. Like, secret identities and stuff like that. He mentions having dossiers as well during the old JLA tower of Babel story. I'm trying to remember when this takes place, which comics it is that Martian Manhunter collects the data, and the fallout of it being stolen(if there was a fallout. I could be completely misremembering...). Was there a story like that?
    Try here: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/marti...05-2047/guide/
    And here
    https://comicvine.gamespot.com/marti...ter/4005-2047/

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    Hi, first like to say that I do know what Earth 2 is and the JSA is without a doubt my favorite DC superhero team, but when it comes to classic reading I don’t really know where to start for pre crisis on infinite earth reading for the JSA, Infinity Inc, and the alternate Superman and Batman. As of right now I only know All Star Comics: Only Legends Live Forever and Huntress: Origins that I could get on Amazon when they are available, but beyond that I’m stuck. So anyone know where I should start or even just essentials I should read.

    Thanks for any and all help, I appreciate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sifighter View Post
    Hi, first like to say that I do know what Earth 2 is and the JSA is without a doubt my favorite DC superhero team, but when it comes to classic reading I don’t really know where to start for pre crisis on infinite earth reading for the JSA, Infinity Inc, and the alternate Superman and Batman. As of right now I only know All Star Comics: Only Legends Live Forever and Huntress: Origins that I could get on Amazon when they are available, but beyond that I’m stuck. So anyone know where I should start or even just essentials I should read.

    Thanks for any and all help, I appreciate it.
    Well for the JSA, you could start by reading this Wiki: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/justi...ca/4060-27589/
    Then you can look at Wikipedia and the "Collected editions" section: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justic...ty_of_America/

    So In order the books go as follow:
    For the Golden Age:
    1. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 0 All Star Comics #1–2
    2. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 1 All Star Comics #3–6
    3. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 2 All Star Comics #7–10
    4. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 3 All Star Comics #11–14
    5. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 4 All Star Comics #15–18
    6. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 5 All Star Comics #19–23
    7. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 6 All Star Comics #24–28
    8. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 7 All Star Comics #29–33
    9. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 8 All Star Comics #34–38
    10. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 9 All Star Comics #39–43
    11. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 10 All Star Comics #44–49
    12. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 11 All Star Comics #50–57

    For the Silver/Bronze age:
    1. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 1 Justice League of America #21–22, #29–30, #37–38, #46–47
    2. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 2 Justice League of America #55–56, #64–65, #72–73, #83–84
    3. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 3 Justice League of America #91–92, #100–102, #107–108, #113
    4. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 4 Justice League of America #122–124, #135–137, #147–148
    5. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 5 Justice League of America #159–160, #171–172, #183–185
    6. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 6 Justice League of America #195–197, 207–209, All-Star Squadron #14–15
    7. Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups Vol. 1 The Flash #123, #129, #137, #151; Green Lantern vol. 2 #40; Showcase #55–56, The Brave and the Bold #61
    8. Crisis on Multiple Earths, The Team-Ups Vol. 2 The Flash #170, #173; Green Lantern vol. 2 #45, #52; The Brave and the Bold #62; The Atom #29, #36;The Spectre #3

    For more Bronze age:
    1. Justice Society Volume 1 All Star Comics #58–67; DC Special #29
    2. Justice Society Volume 2 All Star Comics #68–74; Adventure Comics #461–466

    I will also add:
    • Showcase Presents: All-Star Squadron Justice League of America #193; All-Star Squadron #1-18, Annual #1


    Have Fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb681131 View Post
    Well for the JSA, you could start by reading this Wiki: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/justi...ca/4060-27589/
    Then you can look at Wikipedia and the "Collected editions" section: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justic...ty_of_America/

    So In order the books go as follow:
    For the Golden Age:
    1. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 0 All Star Comics #1–2
    2. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 1 All Star Comics #3–6
    3. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 2 All Star Comics #7–10
    4. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 3 All Star Comics #11–14
    5. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 4 All Star Comics #15–18
    6. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 5 All Star Comics #19–23
    7. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 6 All Star Comics #24–28
    8. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 7 All Star Comics #29–33
    9. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 8 All Star Comics #34–38
    10. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 9 All Star Comics #39–43
    11. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 10 All Star Comics #44–49
    12. All Star Comics Archives Vol. 11 All Star Comics #50–57

    For the Silver/Bronze age:
    1. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 1 Justice League of America #21–22, #29–30, #37–38, #46–47
    2. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 2 Justice League of America #55–56, #64–65, #72–73, #83–84
    3. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 3 Justice League of America #91–92, #100–102, #107–108, #113
    4. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 4 Justice League of America #122–124, #135–137, #147–148
    5. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 5 Justice League of America #159–160, #171–172, #183–185
    6. Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 6 Justice League of America #195–197, 207–209, All-Star Squadron #14–15
    7. Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups Vol. 1 The Flash #123, #129, #137, #151; Green Lantern vol. 2 #40; Showcase #55–56, The Brave and the Bold #61
    8. Crisis on Multiple Earths, The Team-Ups Vol. 2 The Flash #170, #173; Green Lantern vol. 2 #45, #52; The Brave and the Bold #62; The Atom #29, #36;The Spectre #3

    For more Bronze age:
    1. Justice Society Volume 1 All Star Comics #58–67; DC Special #29
    2. Justice Society Volume 2 All Star Comics #68–74; Adventure Comics #461–466

    I will also add:
    • Showcase Presents: All-Star Squadron Justice League of America #193; All-Star Squadron #1-18, Annual #1


    Have Fun.
    Just wanted to say thanks, I picked up vol 1 and 3 of Crisis on Multiple earths, my local shop didn’t have vol 2. I also picked up All-Star comicsnly legends live forever which actually collected both of those volumes of Justice Society you mentioned. Thanks again for the recommendations and hopefully I’ll pick up more later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sifighter View Post
    Just wanted to say thanks, I picked up vol 1 and 3 of Crisis on Multiple earths, my local shop didn’t have vol 2. I also picked up All-Star comicsnly legends live forever which actually collected both of those volumes of Justice Society you mentioned. Thanks again for the recommendations and hopefully I’ll pick up more later.
    You're welcome, I also found out there is JSA: Golden age story from the 90's:

    • JSA: The Golden Age - JSA: Golden Age #1-4
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    I mean, real original answer here, but I finally got around to reading Mister Miracle by Tom King and I cannot recommend it enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoredEnthusiast View Post
    I mean, real original answer here, but I finally got around to reading Mister Miracle by Tom King and I cannot recommend it enough.
    True enough. A great 12 issue and done series.
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    I've always wanted to get into Legion of Superheroes but with so many reboots and series not sure where to start. What stories do you recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by comicstar100 View Post
    I've always wanted to get into Legion of Superheroes but with so many reboots and series not sure where to start. What stories do you recommend?
    I don't really know much about the team but here is a guide:

    https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Legion_of...mended_Reading

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    Batgirl 2009 is an excellent read!
    "Everything doesn't have to be about fear. There's room in our line of work for hope, too"- Stephanie Brown, Batgirl Vol 3 #5

    "Quit? Like hell I will"- Bette Kane, Beast Boy #3

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    Quote Originally Posted by comicstar100 View Post
    I've always wanted to get into Legion of Superheroes but with so many reboots and series not sure where to start. What stories do you recommend?
    Vol 3 is really good, it's about 64 issues and almost every issue is great.

    LEGION series is good too.

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