JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #36

The discovery of exactly who was behind the recent attacks on Obsidian and other members of the Justice Society puts the team on the trail of a true Axis of Evil! This means war!

Written by Bill Willingham
Art by Jesus Merino
Cover by Jesus Merino

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  1. Eyeball grabbing cover!

  2. Great cover. Definitely envokes an ‘old school’ feeling.

  3. @TheNextChampion: I totally agree. Reminds me of one of my favorite comics All Star Squadron

  4. Awesome cover, just wish i heard better stuff about this series.

  5. Nearing the end of the JSA road here. Sturges has no feel for the characters, while Willingham is very hit and miss. Maybe he can up the hit rate and pull it together. We’ll see.

  6. It’s sad how mediocre and bland JSA has become. Dropped the title with  no regrets.

    Is there any DC team title that hasn’t gone to sh!t under DiDio’s reign?

  7. I read the first issue of this run and Very much loved it! Reminded me of Ellis’ the authority.

  8. JSA under Willingham reminds me of the early appearances (in a good way) and also brings a freshness. I like this book a lot.

  9. I’m not getting the negativity towards this book.  It’s solid…

  10. I’m a big fan of JSA.  I think Willingham does a great job on this title.  Sturges isn’t doing as good of a job, but I’m sure he was told to take some of the "newer" characters to usher in a younger audience to the Society books.  Either way, I really like JSA and don’t think Willingham is doing a bad job at all.  I had fun last issue, especially with what he’s doing with Fate.

  11. This is the best issue yet by Willingham.  I think I’m going to have to drop All-Stars, but I’ll be keeping JSA for now. 

  12. I’m not ready to drop All-Stars….yet, but I liked the Mordru story in JSA and thought this was a real good first part to the next story

  13. First issue of the new JSA I have unreservedly liked. Let’s see where we go from here.

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