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  • Issue #5
    JLA Year One (1998) 5

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. A League Divided Locus develops a new weapon that creates protoplasmic bodies out of the body parts of others. Giving the Brotherhood the new technology, they attack a small town to create a small army. Martian Manhunter begins to open up about his life on Mars and Flash and Black Canary begin to grow closer together. Upon learning of the Brotherhood's activities, the Justice League meet a new team of outsiders, the Doom Patrol, and attempt to save the townspeople, only to find themselves victim of the same technology when the Brain makes a body out of Martian Manhunter's eyes, Green Lantern's arm (with ring), Flash's legs, and Black Canary's voice. *This issue contains the first letter pages for the series Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    JLA Year One (1998) 6

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Sum of their Parts The Chief fashions Green Lantern a new arm from Robotman's spare parts, Martian Manhunter a visor for vision, Black Canary a makeshift voicebox, and Flash a wheelchair that allows for an electric avatar of his speed force. To defeat the newly powered Brain, the Doom Patrol assists the weakened Justice League, and the two teams find new ways that connect them. When Locus comes to reclaim their technology, the team has to act quickly to claim the technology for themselves, or risk being disabled forever. In a great character moment, Aquaman faces his will against the Brain for control of the Green Lantern ring. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    JLA Year One (1998) 7

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. The American Way The Justice League confront Simon Carr to discover who their financer is, and in the process learn of yet another power of the Martian Manhunter that leads the group to feel a bit untrustworthy towards each other. Dinah opens up to a friend and discusses her relationship with her mother as she begins to come to terms with what happened between her and a JSAer years ago. Superman assists the JLA in a battle with Xotar, but then rejects their offer of membership, further stressing the dynamics of the team. Featuring Maxwell Lord and Bruce Wayne. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    JLA Year One (1998) 8

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Loose Ends Locus begins final preparations for the coming "Armageddon", while one member of the organization begins to have second thoughts of Locus's objectives while tying up his worldy affairs. Meanwhile the JLA learns that though they defeated 7 appellax in their first adventure, 8 aliens landed that day. On a search to find the 8th Appellax, Green Lantern takes his frustration of Superman's rejection out on the rest of the team. Additionally, Barry Allen realizes he must make a choice between Iris and Black Canary. After installing some cameras around the headquarters on the request of Simon Carr, Snapper discovers one member of the team has been secretly collecting information on all active superheroes, both in their public and private lives. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    JLA Year One (1998) 9

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Change the World The Story of the Eigth Appellax is told. Though torn apart by the seeming betrayal of one of their own, the team must work together to stop the implementation of Locus' plans. Meanwhile, Vandal Savage, betrayed by Locus, begins to make plans of his own. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    JLA Year One (1998) 10

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Heaven and Earth Unable to stop the last phase of Locus' plan, the JLA take the fight to Locus. There they learn Locus' mission to terraform the earth for the Appellax to make it home. Martian Manhunter reveals his reasons for spying on his friends, and the team finally reveals their true identities to each other to cement their trust and bond as a team. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #11
    JLA Year One (1998) 11

    Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Stalag Earth The Appellax invasion force arrives and defeats all of the world's heroes through surprise traps. The JLA stand as the only force against Appellax, but realize that they cannot stand off an invasion indefinitely. The JLA use an unconventional method to free the captured heroes and assemble a united resistance. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #12
    JLA Year One (1998) 12

    Batgirl guests. Written by: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Pencils by: Barry Kitson. Justice for All In the double-sized, final issue, each member of the JLA leads a different group of heroes to take on the Appellax. Vandal Savage makes his play to destroy both the Appellax and the JLA simultaneously. Flash and Black Canary confront their romantic feelings for each other. Finally the leaguers learn their financier when they invite him to be the newest member of their team. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    JLA Year One (1998) Platinum Edition 1

    Platinum edition (silver ink cover).

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA Year One HC (2017 DC) The Deluxe Edition 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects JLA Year One (1998) #1-12. Written by Mark Waid. Art by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, Michael Bair, Mark Propst, and John Stokes. The definitive tale of the JLA's formation is back in a new deluxe hardcover of the epic tale starring The Flash, Green Lantern, Black Canary, Martian Manhunter and Aquaman! Learn how the five founding members of the JLA pulled together as a team, earning the respect of the public and defeating foes like Vandal Savage, scientist T.O. Morrow and the Brotherhood of Evil! Includes sketches and other bonus material! Hardcover, 336 pages, full color. Cover price $49.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA Year One TPB (1999 DC) 1st Edition 1-1ST

    1st Edition - 1st printing. Collects JLA Year One (1998) #1-12.

    Written by Mark Waid. Art by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, Michael Bair, Mark Propst, and John Stokes.

    JLA founders Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Black Canary, Martian Manhunter, and Aquaman are joined by Superman, Batman, the Doom Patrol, and an array of other heroes as they defeat some of the greatest menaces the world has ever known, establishing an incredible new standard for super-heroism.

    Softcover, 320 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    JLA Year One TPB (1999 DC) 1st Edition 1-REP

    1st Edition - 2nd and later printings. NOTE: Covers on reprints may vary. Collects JLA Year One (1998) #1-12.

    Written by Mark Waid. Art by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, Michael Bair, Mark Propst, and John Stokes. Introduction by Kurt Busiek.

    JLA founders Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Black Canary, Martian Manhunter, and Aquaman are joined by Superman, Batman, the Doom Patrol, and an array of other heroes as they defeat some of the greatest menaces the world has ever known, establishing an incredible new standard for super-heroism.

    Softcover, 320 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA Year One TPB (2018 DC) New Edition 1-1ST
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    New Edition - 1st printing. Collects JLA Year One (1998) #1-12.

    Written by Mark Waid. Art by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, Michael Bair, Mark Propst, and John Stokes.

    The definitive tale of the JLA's formation is back in a new deluxe hardcover of the epic tale starring the Flash, Green Lantern, Black Canary, Martian Manhunter and Aquaman! Learn how the five founding members of the JLA pulled together as a team, earning the respect of the public and defeating foes like Vandal Savage, scientist T.O. Morrow and the Brotherhood of Evil! Includes sketches and other bonus material!

    Softcover, 336 pages, full color. Cover price $29.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA Zatanna's Search TPB (2004 DC) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Hawkman (1964-1968 1st Series) #4, Atom (1962-1969) #19, Green Lantern (1960-1988 1st Series DC) #42, Detective Comics #335 and 355, and Justice League of America (1960-1987 1st Series) #51. Written by Gardner Fox and Gerry Conway. Art by Gil Kane, Murphy Anderson, Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino, Bob Kane, and Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Brian Bolland. Collected for the first time ever, the Silver Age saga that introduced Zatanna! The teenage mage seeks help from the JLA to rescue her father, Golden Age great Zatara, from certain doom. Also, a 10-page Zatanna origin by Gerry Conway and Romeo Tanghal. Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $12.95.

  • Issue #1
    JLA-Z (2003) 1

    WRITTEN BY MIKE MCAVENNIE; ART BY JIM LEE, SCOTT MCDANIEL, SCOTT KOLINS, ROB HAYNES, PATRICK GLEASON, DAN JURGENS, JEFF PARKER, PASCUAL FERRY, TOM NGUYEN, PETER PACHOUMIS, SCOTT WILLIAMS, CHRISTIAN ALAMY, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY PHIL JIMENEZ In stores September 3. A handbook to DC's greatest super-team featuring artwork by some of the biggest names in comics, timed to coincide with the debut of JLA/AVENGERS! Featuring the first of a triptych of covers by Phil Jimenez (originally featured in Wizard magazine), this stunning issue includes villains and heroes from Amazo to Green Arrow, and features artwork by BATMAN's Jim Lee, SUPERMAN's Scott McDaniel and indie comics superstars including Jeff Parker (The Interman). Artist/character listing: Rob Haynes (Amazo, Flash Wally West), Patrick Gleason & Christian Alamy (Aquaman), Mike Wieringo & Karl Kesel (Atom), Jim Lee (Batman), Steve Lightle (Black Canary), Kevin Maguire & Josef Rubinstein (Blue Beetle and Booster Bold), Dan Jurgens & Al Vey (Captain Atom), Scott Kolins (Captain Marvel), Peter Pachoumis & Aaron Sowd (Chronos), Chris Batista & Andy Lanning (Crime Syndicate), Walt Simonson (Darkseid), Dean Haspiel (Despero), Scott McDaniel & Rob Stull (Elongated Man), Pascual Ferry (The Extremists), Tom Nguyen (Firestorm), Pat Quinn & Walden Wong (Flash Barry Allen), Steve Conley (Flash Museum), Howard Porter & Wade von Grawbadger (The General), Jeff Parker (Green Arrow). FC, 32 PG. (1 OF 3) $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    JLA-Z (2003) 2

    WRITTEN BY MIKE MCAVENNIE; ART BY KEVIN MAGUIRE, HOWARD PORTER, JOHN DELL, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY PHIL JIMENEZ In stores October 15. A handbook to DC's greatest super-team featuring artwork by some of the biggest names in comics, timed to coincide with the inter-company crossover of the decade! Featuring the second of a triptych of covers by Phil Jimenez, this stunning issue covers heroes and villains ranging from Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) to the Lord of Time, illustrated by notables including Kevin Maguire, Howard Porter, and more! Artist/character listing: James Bosch & Rodney Ramos (Green Lanterns Hal Jordan & Kyle Rayner), Kevin Maguire & Josef Rubinstein (Guy Gardner, JLA - the International Era), Gary Chaloner & Dan Davis (H.I.V.E.), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Hawkman), Sal Velluto & Bob Almond (Hawkwoman), Michael Avon Oeming (JLA Year One), Jerry Ordway (JLA - the Satellite Era), Tom Grummett & Bob Petrecca (JLA Detroit), John Delaney, Howard Porter & John Dell (JLA - the Magnificent 7 Era), Doug Mahnke (current JLA), Eliot Brown (JLA Headquarters), Don Kramer & Keith Champagne (Justice Society of America), Alejandro Barrionuevo & Francis Portela (Kanjar Ro), Sean Phillips (The Key), Kelly Yates (Kismet), Leonard Kirk & Robin Riggs (Kobra), Joe Prado (Krona), Val Semeiks & Wade von Grawbadger (The Lord of Time). FC, 32 PG. (2 OF 3) $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    JLA-Z (2003) 3

    WRITTEN BY MIKE MCAVENNIE; ART BY DREW JOHNSON, PHIL JIMENEZ, RICK BURCHETT, PIA GUERRA, TODD NAUCK, SHANE DAVIS, JENNIFER GRAVES, RAY SNYDER, LARY STUCKER, ROB STULL, JOSE MARZAN JR., AND VARIOUS; COVER BY JIMENEZ The miniseries showcasing DC's greatest heroes concludes! Profiling the DC characters prominently featured in JLA/AVENGERS, this issue spans from the Martian Manhunter to Zatanna, illustrated by some of the greatest artists working in comics today and topped with the final piece of a triptych cover by Phil Jimenez (WONDER WOMAN, New X-Men). Artist/character listing: Paul Rivoche (Martian Manhunter), Eric Wight (Metron), Shane Davis & Rob Stull (Mongul), John Byrne (Parademons), Darryl Banks & Wayne Faucher (Parallax), Chris Jones & Mick Gray (Phantom Stranger), Scott Morse (Plastic Man), Todd Nauck & Lary Stucker (Red Tornado), Ty Templeton (Royal Flush Gang), Jennifer Graves (Snapper Carr), Norm Breyfogle & Dennis Janke (The Spectre), Yvel Guichet & Mark Propst (The Star Conqueror), Jon Bogdanove (Steel), Jim Lee & Scott Williams (Superman), Phil Jimenez (Teen Titans), Steve Conley (Totems of Power), Rick Burchett (Vandal Savage), Jerry Ordway (Weaponers of Qward), John Delaney & Robin Riggs (Weapons Master), Drew Johnson & Ray Snyder (Wonder Woman), Pia Guerra & Jose Marzan, Jr. (Zatanna). FC, 32 PG. (3 OF 3) $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA/Avengers HC (2004 DC/Marvel) Oversized Slipcase Edition 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects JLA/Avengers (2003) #1-4.

    Written by KURT BUSIEK. Art and cover by GEORGE PÉREZ.

    The landmark crossover event of the decade is collected in a spectacular 2-volume slipcased hardcover set! The first volume presents the 224-page, 4-issue miniseries, including introductions by Stan Lee and Julius Schwartz, and a key to the characters featured on the cover. The 64-page Compendium contains the original 21 pages of pencils from the previously unpublished 1980s crossover, an article on the original crossover by K.C. Carlson, the actual miniseries proposal and plot development, a Pérez portfolio of art done to commemorate the project, annotated notes from Kurt Busiek to the characters, and more. Includes tons of DVD style extras.

    Hardcover (2 Volumes with Slipcase), 8-in x 12-in., 288 pages, full color (Vol. 1), text and B&W illustrations (Vol. 2).

    NOTE: Co-published with Marvel Comics. Cover price $75.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA/Avengers TPB (2008 DC/Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects JLA/Avengers (2003) #1-4.

    Written by Kurt Busiek. Art and cover by George Pérez.

    The once-in-a-lifetime crossover that brought two super-teams together and rocked the comics world is at last available in trade paperback! Own the entire 4-issue co-publishing event between DC and Marvel and written by Kurt Busiek (TRINITY, Marvels) with stunning art by George Pérez (Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds, Avengers).

    This collection also features introductions by original Avengers writer/editor Stan Lee and Justice League of America editor Julius Schwartz.

    Softcover, 208 pages, full color.

    Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1-REP
    JLA/Avengers TPB (2008 DC/Marvel) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. Collects JLA/Avengers (2003) #1-4.

    Written by Kurt Busiek. Art and cover by George Pérez.

    The once-in-a-lifetime crossover that brought two super-teams together and rocked the comics world is at last available in trade paperback! Own the entire 4-issue co-publishing event between DC and Marvel and written by Kurt Busiek (TRINITY, Marvels) with stunning art by George Pérez (Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds, Avengers).

    This collection also features introductions by original Avengers writer/editor Stan Lee and Justice League of America editor Julius Schwartz.

    Softcover, 208 pages, full color.

    Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA/JSA Virtue and Vice GN (2003 DC) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Written by David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns. Art and cover by Carlos Pacheco and Jesús Meriño. What starts as a friendly get-together between the JLA and JSA degenerates into a destructive melee...and from the ashes emerges a villainous uber-team made up of select members from each group. What's made these former heroes of virtue turn into champions of sin? And who can possibly stop them once they get really mad? Now it's up to the remaining members of both teams to save the day. But they'll have to defeat their own friends to do it! Softcover, 96 pages, full color. Cover price $17.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA/JSA Virtue and Vice HC (2002 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Written by David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns. Art and cover by Carlos Pacheco and Jesús Meriño. What starts as a friendly get-together between the JLA and JSA degenerates into a destructive melee...and from the ashes emerges a villainous uber-team made up of select members from each group. What's made these former heroes of virtue turn into champions of sin? And who can possibly stop them once they get really mad? Now it's up to the remaining members of both teams to save the day. But they'll have to defeat their own friends to do it! Hardcover, 96 pages, full color. Cover price $24.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative TPB (1999 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects JLA/Titans (1998) #1-3 and Titans Secret Files (1999) #1. Written by Devin Grayson and Phil Jimenez. Art by Phil Jimenez, Paul Pelletier, Andy Lanning, and Dexter Vines. When a large number of former members of the Teen Titans suddenly disappear, the Justice League and the Titans each begin investigations into the whereabouts of the missing heroes. But as the Titans realize that a former teammate is involved in the disappearances, they find themselves squaring off against the World's Greatest Heroes in order to protect their old friend. Featuring Superman, Flash, and Green Lantern, this book presents epic battles between mentors and protégés as Batman, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman each take up arms against their former sidekicks. Softcover, 136 pages, full color. Cover price $12.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    JLA: Superman's Guide to the Universe HC (2003 DK Readers) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Cover by Ed McGuinness. The Man of Steel takes young readers in a fantastic, star-spanning journey around the wonders of our Earth and solar system. Hardcover, 6-in. x 9-in., 48 pages, full color. All Ages Cover price $12.99.

  • Issue #1
    JLX (1996) 1

    "A League of their Own!" Story by Gerard Jones and Mark Waid. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, members of the X-Men and JLA are merged to create Mariner (Aquaman/Sub-Mariner), Mercury (Quicksilver/Impulse), Night Creeper (Nightcrawler/Creeper), and others must stand against Will Magnus (William Stryker/Professor Magnus) and hist deadly robotic Sentinels. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    JLX Unleashed (1997) 1

    "The Unextinguishable Flame!" Story by Priest. Art by Oscar Jiminez and Hanibal Rodriguez. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, guest-starring the Amazon (Storm/Wonder Woman), members of the X-Men and JLA are merged to create Mr. X (Martian Manhunter/Professor Xavier), Apollo (Cyclops/Ray), Night Creeper (Nightcrawler/Creeper), and others must battle the nigh-stoppable force of nature known as Fin Fang Flame (Fin Fang Foom/Brimstone). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Jonah Hex The Bronze Age Omnibus HC (2019 DC) 1-1ST
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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects stories from All Star Western (1970-1972) #10-11, Weird Western Tales (1972-1980 1st Series) #12-14 and 16-38, Jonah Hex (1977-1985 1st Series) #1-17 and Justice League of America (1960-1987 1st Series) #159-160 and Amazing World of DC Comics (1974-1978) #13.

    Written by John Albano, Arnold Drake, Michael Fleisher, David Michelinie, and Gerry Conway. Art by Tony De Zuniga, Noly Panaligan, Doug Wildey, George Molterni, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Bill Draut, finished , Luis Dominguex, Oscar Novelle, Rich Buckler, Frank Springer, Romeo Tanghal, Ernie Chan, Vicente Alcazar, Danny Bulanadi, Dick Giordano, Dick Dillin, and Frank McLaughlin. Cover by José Luis García-López.

    One of the greatest and most memorable Western characters in comics, Jonah Hex rode the high plains in search of vengeance and justice in these 1970s stories collected here for the first time. A former Confederate soldier, Hex traveled from town to town helping those in need, stopping evildoers but often exacting a high price.

    Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 896 pages, full color.

    Cover price $125.00.

  • Issue #1
    JSA (1999) 1
    Published Aug 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY JAMES ROBINSON AND DAVID S. GOYER; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores June 23. The Original Super-Hero Team is reborn in an all-new ongoing series! Starman, Hourman, the new Star-Spangled Kid, Black Canary, and more rise to face a mysterious villain who has already killed a hero from the original JSA, and may kill at least one member of the new team to attain his ultimate goal: taking control of the sorcerous power of a new Dr. Fate! Who is the Dark Lord? And who will become the new Dr. Fate? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1DF.SIGNED
    JSA (1999) 1DF.SIGNED
    Published Aug 1999 by DC.

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    Dynamic Forces edition signed by Stephen Sadowski and limited to 1500 copies. Includes certificate of authenticity. WRITTEN BY JAMES ROBINSON AND DAVID S. GOYER; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores June 23. The Original Super-Hero Team is reborn in an all-new ongoing series! Starman, Hourman, the new Star-Spangled Kid, Black Canary, and more rise to face a mysterious villain who has already killed a hero from the original JSA, and may kill at least one member of the new team to attain his ultimate goal: taking control of the sorcerous power of a new Dr. Fate! Who is the Dark Lord? And who will become the new Dr. Fate? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    JSA (1999) 2
    Published Sep 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY JAMES ROBINSON AND DAVID S. GOYER; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores July 21. The newest incarnation of the Original Super-Hero Team meets a new ally ? the all-new Hawkgirl ? as the birth of a new Doctor Fate draws near! The JSA races to keep the baby destined to be the new Fate from the clutches of the mysterious Dark Lord, but little does the team realize that everything they do plays directly into the Dark Lord's grand scheme. And what role will the mysterious new Hawkgirl play in this globe-spanning adventure? FC, 32 PG.$2.50" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    JSA (1999) 3
    Published Oct 1999 by DC.

    Written by James Robinson and David S. Goyer; art by Stephen Sadowski and Michael Bair; cover by Alan Davis and Mark Farmer In stores August 18. Shocking secrets are revealed as the JSA faces the mysterious Dark Lord! The lines of battle have been drawn as the inheritors of the legacy of the original Justice Society stand against the Dark Lord, who is launching an evil legacy of his own. The life of the new Doctor Fate hangs in the balance, with only the Star Spangled Kid able to save him. But who is the new Doctor Fate, anyway? FC, 32 pg.$2.50" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    JSA (1999) 4
    Published Nov 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY JAMES ROBINSON AND DAVID S. GOYER; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores September 15. Having just returned from the grave, the new Doctor Fate must now go head-to-head with Mordru, the Dark Lord! If he fails, his JSA teammates will be lost...along with the entire world! Plus: a startling new development for Sand Hawkins! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    JSA (1999) 5
    Published Dec 1999 by DC.

    Written by James Robinson and David S. Goyer; art by Derec Aucoin and Michael Bair; cover by Alan Davis and Mark Farmer In stores October 20. After the traumatic events of last issue, Sand Hawkins finds himself at the mercy of the scientists at TylerCo, the company once owned by Golden Age Hourman Rex Tyler. Can they help Sand control his new-found powers before those selfsame powers kill him? Plus, Sand invites the modern Mr. Terrific to meet the new JSA. FC, 32 pg." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    JSA (1999) 6
    Published Jan 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY MARCOS MARTIN AND KEITH CHAMPAGNE; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores November 17. The JSA herald in the new year with the opening of the JSA Museum! Unfortunately, Captain Marvel's old nemesis Black Adam ? back from his sojourn in space ? has chosen to crash the party. Will the revival of the Original Super-Hero Team be able to take down someone with the collective powers of the Gods of Egypt? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    JSA (1999) 7
    Published Feb 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores December 15. The JSA confronts a now-evil Obsidian ? son of the original Green Lantern ? in Part 1 of the 3-part "Darkness Falls" saga! It's the confrontation Sentinel has been dreading for years, as he learns once and for all if his son has finally succumbed to the shadow force that gives him his darkness-based powers. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    JSA (1999) 8
    Published Mar 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores January 19. The new Doctor Mid-Nite makes his JSA debut in Part 2 of the 3-part "Darkness Falls" saga! The now-evil Obsidian ? son of the original Green Lantern ? has possessed the JSA, except for Black Canary! The Canary has avoided the corrupting influence of Obsidian's expanding shadowforce so far, but ? even with Mid-Nite's help ? can she rescue her friends and stop an entire city that has gone mad? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    JSA (1999) 9
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER. The explosive conclusion to the 3-part "Darkness Falls" saga! As the fate of the world hangs in the balance, Sentinel is forced to confront his son, Obsidian ? a battle which may cost them far more than just their lives! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    JSA (1999) 10
    Published May 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores March 15. Wildcat fights alone against the new Injustice Society! Wildcat, on duty by his lonesome, has some unexpected "guests" pay him a visit at the JSA headquarters and they're looking for a lot more than the average memorabilia tour. Johnny Sorrow leads the new Injustice Society for a bit of the ol' ultra-violence as they go up against Ted Grant and his knuckles in an action-packed rampage through the corridors of the JSA homefront! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    JSA (1999) 11
    Published Jun 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY MICHAEL BAIR AND BUZZ AW; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores April 19. The evil Kobra has succeeded in harnessing a long-forgotten metahuman's abilities in order to aid his master plan of spreading chaos throughout the world. Now directly responsible for the murder of a member of the JSA "family," defeating and capturing Kobra is the new JSA's most personal adventure yet! Note: Look for the JSA in THE FLASH #161 and MARTIAN MANHUNTER #19, offered elsewhere in the DC section of Previews. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    JSA (1999) 12
    Published Jul 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY BUZZ; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores May 17. Five seconds ago, the unthinkable happened: Kobra executed Sand on live television! Meanwhile, Maser (formerly known as Air Wave) against his will, continues to help power the "Whitehorse" project which Kobra intends to use to usher in the Age of Chaos! With half of the JSA vanished into the timestream to hunt Extant, time is running out for our present-day heroes to stop Kobra! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    JSA (1999) 13
    Published Aug 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores June 21. "The Hunt for Extant" begins as the JSA finally goes after the man who murdered the original Hourman, Doctor Mid-Nite and the Atom during the cataclysmic ZERO HOUR. The chase leads the JSA through a quickly unraveling time stream to the ends of the universe itself in an issue guest- starring Metron of the New Gods, as well as the original Star-Spangled Kid, Sylvester Pemberton. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    JSA (1999) 14
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores July 19. "The Hunt for Extant" continues as the JSA seeks revenge for the deaths of some of DC's Golden Age legends! Extant has succeeded in creating a new universe ? one where he rules with brutal omnipotence. So how can the JSA hope to get past the all-seeing one's defenses? Simple. They enlist the aid of the Dark Lord, Mordru. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    JSA (1999) 15
    Published Oct 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER In stores August 16. "The Hunt for Extant" concludes as the JSA must make the ultimate sacrifice to find justice for their deceased teammates! In the aftermath of the conflict, who will stay? Who will leave? And who will die? A turning point for the new incarnation of the Original Super-Hero Team, this issue sets the stage for the return of Hawkman as well as many other surprises. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    JSA (1999) 16
    Published Nov 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER Injustice Be Done, Part 1 of 5. Johnny Sorrow and a more-deadly-than-ever Injustice Society return to exact their revenge on the JSA! Black Adam, Shiv and the mystery speedster known as Rival have joined the JSA, but do any of them suspect the horror of Sorrow's ultimate plan? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    JSA (1999) 17
    Published Dec 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR; COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER The all-new Injustice Society wreaks havoc on the JSA and its headquarters in Part 2 of 5 of "Injustice be Done." Johnny Sorrow's plan to free the King of Tears continues to unfold as the JSA squares off against its counterparts, resulting in a startling transformation for Hawkgirl, the Flash Jay Garrick trapped on the far side of the Speed Force, and Doctor Mid-Nite making a fateful mistake! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    JSA (1999) 18
    Published Jan 2001 by DC.

    Injustice Be Done, Part 3 of 5. Written by David Goyer & Geoff Johns. Art by Steve Yeowell, Steve Sadowski & Michael Bair. Cover by Alan Davis & Mark Farmer. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    JSA (1999) 19
    Published Feb 2001 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS;ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR;COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER Part 4 of 5 of "Injustice Be Done." Johnny Sorrow has succeeded in doing the unthinkable: He has unleashed the dreaded King of Tears. With Sentinel in critical condition and Dr. Fate missing, how will the JSA prevail? Perhaps with help from the most unlikely of allies...The Spectre! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    JSA (1999) 20
    Published Mar 2001 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS;ART BY STEPHEN SADOWSKI AND MICHAEL BAIR;COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER The grand finale of "Injustice Be Done!" (5 of 5). Johnny Sorrow has succeeded in unleashing The King of Tears, and the fate of the entire planet hangs in the balance. The JSA is helpless and must rely on The Spectre. But if The Spectre can't stop the King of Tears, who can? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    JSA (1999) 21
    Published Apr 2001 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS;ART BY BUZZ;COVER BY ALAN DAVIS AND MARK FARMER A prologue to the upcoming return of Hawkman! After the mind-blowing aftermath of "Injustice Be Done," the legendary super-team takes a well-earned breather. Black Canary and Dr. Mid-Nite resume their "date." Sentinel and Jade have a father/daughter talk. And some startling revelations are exposed regarding Hawkgirl. Guest-starring the JLA's resident angel, Zauriel. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    JSA (1999) 22
    Published May 2001 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER AND GEOFF JOHNS;ART BY BUZZ, RAGS MORALES AND MICHAEL BAIR;COVER BY BAIR A prologue to the much-anticipated return of Hawkman! A special "split screen" issue featuring two parallel stories ? one in the distant past and one in the present ? as the truth about Hawkgirl's troubled origins begins to reveal itself. Guest starring Nabu the Wise and Prince Khufu Kha-taar. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.