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Ask Chris #276: Menace To The Justice Society

Ask Chris #276, background art by Mike Sekowsky

Q: Why is the Justice Society of America of such fundamental importance to the DC Universe? -- @M_Morse

A: I've been doing this column for a pretty long time, and almost every week, I get a question like this one, where the question itself assumes a pretty specific premise. Sometimes, they go as far as actually answering the question before the end of the sentence, making my part in the whole thing pretty irrelevant --- like, say, "who is the dreamiest guy and why is it Batman?" --- but sometimes, it's that premise that grabs my attention more than what's actually being asked.

All of which is just a longwinded way to say that I'm not sure I can really explain why the JSA is a fundamental part of the DC Universe, because I'm not actually sure that they are.

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DC Comics Announces Relaunched ‘Justice Society Of America’ And The Return Of Earth-Two

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This weekend at Fan Expo Canada, Dan DiDio confirmed an ongoing rumor: James Robinson and Nicola Scott are working on a new Justice Society of America book -- that takes place on Earth-Two. DiDio said he and Robinson were "hammering out the characters as late as yesterday," implying it might take a few months for the book to hit stores...

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Absolute Justice? More Like Absolute Just Shut Up Already

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Last week, the CW aired "Absolute Justice," a two-hour "Smallville" event --a.k.a. a two-part episode smashed into one double-sized time-slot -- that involved Clark Kent teaming up with some of the Golden Age heroes of the Justice Society...

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The JSA Are Breaking Up — Who Gets To Keep Ma Hunkel?

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There's some old song about breaking up being hard to do, but we know that's not true for super hero teams. It's been happening all the time lately. What is hard, though, is being a fan caught in the middle...

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Lego Comic Book Covers By Pixar’s Julian Fong

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We've showed you Lego Cube Dudes, we've showed you custom minifigs, but there's something extra special about our latest find - Lego reenactments of two classic comic book covers.

This set of Lego comic book covers (including "Action Comics" #1 and "Justice Society of America" #1) were created by none other than Julian Fong of Pixar's Flickr stream...

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Doctor Fate Is Buff and Back in Action

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Nabu's back, baby! DC Comics' sorcerer supreme most wizardly wizard gets back to adventuring in the pages of "Justice Society of America" #30 by writers Matthew Sturges and Bill Willingham and artist Jesus Merino this week, after several months of being missing in action...

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