It’s all-out war as the leaner, meaner Justice Society of America confront another intruder in their midst! But this time it’s bad news for their enemy, as he’s facing a team that has learned from its past mistakes! The new incarnation of the Justice Society is more together than ever!

Written by Bill Willingham
Art by Travis Moore and Dan Green
Cover by Jesus Merino

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  1. I really liked the last issue and felt that it is closest to what Johns was doing.  I’m not a fan of JSA All Stars, but this one hits the mark for me.  Unfortunately, it came at the loss of the JSA BL tie in.  

  2. I think this issue was the last straw for me. I am enjoying JSA ALL STARS, but not this one. I think I’m done.

  3. @conor…I’ll say it wasn’t the best.  I liked where it was going and wish this has almost been the first part.  I would have loved to see how each character would’ve gotten through that on their own.

  4. The dialog for Mr Terrific and the Sphynx was really fun. The box bit was pretty classic old school JSA. Overall I think Willingham is starting to get a better handle on the team with all its inherent character quirks. I think this is his best whole issue, minus Sturges or scene specific, yet. I plan on sticking around a bit more. Conversly, Conor, I am loosing faith the whole JSA All Stars package.

  5. I had intended on sticking this title out through the first arc but had bailed with issue #30. Well much like I figured once Willingham had trimmed the roster it read much better, Back with #34 and I will give it a good six more issues as it looks promising. 

    My one wish is we could get the Spectre involved post Blackest Night. 

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