America vs. the Justice Society

 AVTS   (DC, 1985)

™ and ©1985 DC Comics, Inc.

Earth Two’s Batman has died, and his diary makes a shocking accusation: that the Justice Society of America is guilty of treason. It claims that the JSA was persuaded by Hitler in 1940 to become agents of Nazi Germany, and that it sabotaged the work on an anti-bomb project that could have stopped the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

These are serious accusations indeed, and cause for the JSA to be called in front of a joint session of Congress for a special tribunal. But fear not, the real reason for this four-issue mini-series is to give fans a chance to relive the great JSA adventures of the Golden Age. Included are checklists and annotations covering the first appearances of the Atom, the original Black Canary, Doctor Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, the original Flash, Green Arrow, and the other members of that legendary organization.

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#1

  1/1/1985
  $1.50
  $4.00
8 copies available from $1.50
Origin of Justice Society of America; Giant-size; Back cover reprints cover of All-Star Comics #4Roy Thomas, Dann ThomasRafael Kayanan, Rich Buckler, Jerry Ordway

#2

  2/1/1985
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  $4.00
7 copies available from $1.25
Origin of All-Star Squadron; Back cover reprints cover of All-Star Comics #3Roy Thomas, Dann ThomasMichael Hernandez

#3

  3/1/1985
  $1.00
  $4.00
10 copies available from $1.75
Origin of Freedom Fighters; Back cover reprints cover of All-Star Comics #5Roy Thomas, Dann ThomasHoward Bender

#4

  4/1/1985
  $1.00
  $3.50
7 copies available from $2.25
Origin of JSA revival; Multiverse (Flash of Two Worlds); Back cover reprints cover from All-Star Comics #54Roy Thomas, Dann ThomasHoward Bender

Book #1

 
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 Roy ThomasRafael Kayanan