With Monument Point still down after Scythe’s devastating attack on U.S. soil, looting begins! Enter Collatoral Damage, a new team of villains set to lay claim to the riches yet to be found in the rubble of the once great American city! Luckily, there are new heroes flooding into the JSA’s new hometown to help stabilize and rebuild alongside Earth’s First Super Hero Team!


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  1. I really like the premise for this book and collins art has been great but it feels a little lacking… Hope this issue picks up

  2. I’m going to reread the last couple issues to decide if i’m going to stay on board or not. If i remember correctly, i REALLY enjoyed it, but for whatever reason, it’s not standing out to me. That’s never a great sign.

  3. Ok, so while Scott Kolins is listed on the cover and the solicits as artist, the preview over at Newsarama shows the art credit actually IN the book as Mike Norton. If it’s Norton than he certainly is keeping close to Kolins recent painterly style which is fine of course. Regardless, what the hell is going on? 

  4. Here’s something. I found out, from a random website, that Alan Scott has a new costume.

    It’s ugly as sin and why is it necessary? Please someone tell me it’ll change. 

  5. I’m liking the new creative team, so far!

  6. I love the idea of a whole city being built by the heroes.  That’s what the Society is all about.  I also dig that Jay will be mayor of this city.  I cannot wait to meet new heroes and villains.  I’m still a fan of JSA.  This is building up to #50.  Could that mean a return for Geoff Johns?  What big development will be in that issue?  I’m liking this…alot

  7. The costume is necessary because Alan is, you know, completely paralyzed.

  8. Mike Norton did a great job here. I only wish he got credit on the cover. Still love the direction and telling of this story.

    Anyone know why Robinson got a thank you in the credits?

  9. Still not sure about this book , the writing is better than the Sturgess run on All Stars but I just don’t know yet . Going to give it at least 3 more issues to see if it pans out . Its a shame too cause this is my favorite team book .

  10. This has been a good turning point for JSA – Guggenheim has been writing some strong stuff lately and i think he has a good plan for JSA if it follows the current threads. After months of should i/shouldnt i drop this book im finally glad i have stuck with it. JSA has been a constant buy for me for 10 years+ i hope it can maintain the quality iv grown to love thats been sadly lacking since Willingham came on board.

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