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An amazing collection of post World War II era tales, ALL STAR ARCHIVES VOL. 9 reprints the classic adventures of the Justice Society of America as they were originally published in the late 1940s. America's original team of super-heroes, the JSA was a diverse group of characters that defended the United States against Nazi plots, alien invasions, and super-villain attacks An amazing collection of post World War II era tales, ALL STAR ARCHIVES VOL. 9 reprints the classic adventures of the Justice Society of America as they were originally published in the late 1940s. America's original team of super-heroes, the JSA was a diverse group of characters that defended the United States against Nazi plots, alien invasions, and super-villain attacks. In this hardcover edition, Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Wildcat, and the Atom face off against the nefarious threats of the Crimson Claws, Professor Zodiac, and the Injustice Society.


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An amazing collection of post World War II era tales, ALL STAR ARCHIVES VOL. 9 reprints the classic adventures of the Justice Society of America as they were originally published in the late 1940s. America's original team of super-heroes, the JSA was a diverse group of characters that defended the United States against Nazi plots, alien invasions, and super-villain attacks An amazing collection of post World War II era tales, ALL STAR ARCHIVES VOL. 9 reprints the classic adventures of the Justice Society of America as they were originally published in the late 1940s. America's original team of super-heroes, the JSA was a diverse group of characters that defended the United States against Nazi plots, alien invasions, and super-villain attacks. In this hardcover edition, Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Wildcat, and the Atom face off against the nefarious threats of the Crimson Claws, Professor Zodiac, and the Injustice Society.

40 review for All Star Comics Archives, Vol. 9

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dimitris Papastergiou

    If you like any of the stories here you're either a time traveling kid from the 40s or you were a kid reading these back then and you like remembering what it was to read silly stories. If you like any of the stories here you're either a time traveling kid from the 40s or you were a kid reading these back then and you like remembering what it was to read silly stories.

  2. 4 out of 5

    The other John

    The Justice Society faces an invasion from Fairy Land? Then next month they take on juvenile delinquents? What kind of threats are those? Well, you'll just have to read this volume of the All-Star archives to find out. The team also face threats from the Wizard's Injustice Society, criminal alchemist Zobar Zodiak and the rogue prince of the Golden Universe. The stories and art in this volume are pretty good. John Broome's style is definitely different from his predecessor's and the tales are mor The Justice Society faces an invasion from Fairy Land? Then next month they take on juvenile delinquents? What kind of threats are those? Well, you'll just have to read this volume of the All-Star archives to find out. The team also face threats from the Wizard's Injustice Society, criminal alchemist Zobar Zodiak and the rogue prince of the Golden Universe. The stories and art in this volume are pretty good. John Broome's style is definitely different from his predecessor's and the tales are more reminiscent of the comic stories I read when I was a kid. (Of course, some of those may have been written by... John Broome.)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rich Meyer

    Very fun post-war adventures of the Justice Society. They face off against the Injustice Society again (with help from the Harlequin), Johnny Thunder bows out as a member, Black Canary officially joins, and the Atom gets his atomic-themed duds. The stories are enjoyable to read, especially if you like golden age comics.

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    Xaanua

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    Rex

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    Austin

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    Michael

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    David

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    Siddhant Nath

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    Jack Holt

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    John Webster

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    Tanu

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    Ronald

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    Steven

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    Cameron

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    James Dotson

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    Sean

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    Doug

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    Damon Williams

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    Michael

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    John Desmarais

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    James Hearn

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    Wt

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    Steven Heywood

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    Michael

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    Richard Remigio

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    Mark

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    Joshlynn

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    Chris

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    Yinzadi

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    Benjamin Thornton

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    Michael Grugel

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    Emily

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    William Ritch

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    Paul Rybarczyk

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    Ruth Pohl

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    Brad Beeson

  40. 5 out of 5

    Richard Anderson

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