From the writing talents of Roy Thomas and the art of Rafael Kayanan and Jerry Ordway amongst others, comes an intriguing tale regarding the JSA.
Following the end of World War II, Batman accuses the Justice Society of America of collaborating with the Nazis, which leads to a Congressional investigation that could mean disgrace for the JSA!
Collects AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1-4.
Henry Thomas has been enjoying a career resurgence as of late, known for his role of Elliot in E.T., Thomas Read more
The CW and DC Entertainment have announced that Hartley Sawyer (Caper, The Young and the Restless, The Blade Runner Holiday Special, Read more
JSA: The Golden Age combines the 1993 four-issue Elseworlds comic book mini-series by writer James Robinson and artist Paul Smith. Set Read more
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In a time when the world was over exposed to glamorised American teenage dramas where teens were being played by Read more
Directed by Monte Markham, Neon City (aka Anno 2053 aka Neonski Grad) is a post-apocalyptic update of John Ford's Stagecoach that takes Read more