Justice Society: VOL 01 (Jsa (Justice Society of America)) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2006/8/2
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Revisit the Bronze Age Justice Society, Part 1
2015年7月17日 - (Amazon.com)
This is a nice look back at the mid-1070s revival of All-Star Comics and the Justice Society. The JSA had been seen in team-ups with the Justice League and individual members, since the 1960s. This led to a full scale revival, in the revived All-Star Comics (their original home). Gerry Conway, late of Marvel Comics, was the writer, with Wally Wood acting as the main artistic force (inking over pencils by Ric Estrada, then doing the full artwork, for a few issues). the revival came with a twist, a sub-group of younger members, called the Super Squad, which consisted of Robin, Star Spangled Kid, and the new Power Girl. The book started with a bang, though it takes a while to get going. Conway could get rather wordy and some of the characterization could be rather shallow. However, there was plenty of action and we got to see the return of characters, like the Golden Age Superman, who was drawn to look like Joe Shuster's style. Conway soon ceded the book to Paul Levitz who had a better handle on the characters. The art probably looks stiff to modern eyes, as it wasn't Wood's best work, though his worst was light years ahead of most artists. If you enjoy the JSA and want to explore the past then I recommend both volumes. if you just want to sample stories, I'd recommend the second volume more. this one also includes the JSA origin story, from DC Special #29, by Paul Levitz, Joe Staton, and Bob Layton. That team would up the ante on the artwork, towards the end of the run and more of their work can be seen in volume 2.
JSA golden age stories
2013年1月25日 - (Amazon.com)
These are simple JSA golden age stories. The final issues are better than the first ones, but this is really for old comic book fans. I'd loved to read again the DC Special: The Untold Origin of the Justice Society where JSA fought against Hitler (cover by Neal Adams and art by Joe Staton). It contains All-Star Comics 58-67 + DC Special 29. The four stars are just because I've missed the credits for the stories. In any part of the book it is written who is the artist of each story. I know Paul Levitz wrote all of them but the credits are very important for the artists also (not just penciler, but inker, colors, letters, etc).
2015年4月17日 - (Amazon.com)
The reviews are incorrect. The Justice Society's comics and adventures on Earth-2 (DC fans will understand what I mean) are perfectly collected in this comic. The delivery was perfect, only a few days after I ordered it. Definitly a must for any JSA fan or DC fan in general.
2006年8月18日 - (Amazon.com)
I've always been a fan of the JLA and JSA.The 70's stories are the ones I like the best bacause the plots were written so you could read an entire storyline in 2-3 issues instead of today where it seems you have to wait for an entire storyto be published as graphic novels thanks dc for publishin these books
Justice Society Vol 1
2012年6月5日 - (Amazon.com)
Great Book. Really enjoy it! Would recomend it! I like the book very much. It h has a lot of detail into the book
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