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Not bad, not wonderful. Very simplistic stories, with heroes and villains going through the appropriate motions - even the several stories where the heroes were set up to be defeated (the one where their 'success factor' was extracted comes to mind), it only delayed their victory for a short while. Very little personality on show, either. But nice, pulpy adventures. Aside from the annoying Snapper Carr, pretty good overall - better than the Doc Savage scripts, anyway. It probably would have been better at a one-a-month pace, as originally released - reading them all in a lump was a bit much. ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Mar 15, 2011 |
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A collection of the earliest Justice League of America stories, originally published in 1960 through 1965.

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