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All Star Comics Archives, Volume 9 (2003)

by John Broome

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A hardcover volume collecting five classic JSA adventures! ReprintingALL-STAR COMICS #39-43, this Archive Edition has the JSA taking on the InjusticeSociety, Professor Zodiac, and more. Plus, an introduction by RoyThomas.

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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.)
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  Hamburgerclan | Jun 6, 2008 |
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From Fairyland to the Golden Dimension, with stopovers at some of our nation's most hallowed shrines and in the back alleys of Gotham City... these five issues of ALL STAR COMICS run the gamut.
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