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From the Golden Age of comics — a special volume collecting the early individual adventures of the members of the Justice Society of America from ALL STAR COMICS #1 and #2 at a special price!
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After finding a mystical lantern and carving a ring out of its material, Alan Scott was transformed from a simple engineer into the legendary hero Green Lantern. The iconic predecessor to the many heroes that bore his name after him, Scott wielded magic-based powers and suffered from a vulnerability to wood. This hardcover archive edition, which collects Scott's earliest adventures from the 1930's, includes Green Lantern's first appearance, his origin, and the debut of his friend and confidant Doiby Dickles.
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Debuting in the 1940s, the Justice Society of America was the first super-hero team of all time. Brought together to fight threats that were greater than any individual hero could handle, the original Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Atom, Dr. Fate, Hourman and Sandman took on super villains and secret spies during the WWII era. Reprinting the earliest adventures of this groundbreaking team, ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 2 features the first appearance and origin of Wonder Woman, the addition of Starman and Dr. Mid-Nite to the team, and an amusing team-up with Superman and Batman.
updatedGOLDEN AGE GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES VOL. 2
Alan Scott was the original ring-wielding super-hero known as the Green Lantern. A member of the Justice Society of America during the World War II era, the caped adventurer used his emerald weapon against an amazing assortment of domestic, international, and alien threats.
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Originally published as World War II was ending, the stories reprinted in ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 6 are historical snapshots of the emotions that many Americans were experiencing at that time.
updatedALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 1
Before the Justice League of America, there was the Justice Society of America, DC's first and foremost super-hero team. Reprinted here are the orginal tales from the 1940s when the original Flash, Green Lantern, Spectre, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Hourman, Sandman, Atom and Johnny Thunder decided to join forces against threats that were too great for them to face alone. Setting the standard for super-hero teams forever, these early adventures are reprinted exactly as they appeared over 60 years ago. Looking back at a time when the JSA fought for simple truths such as America and Democracy.