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.
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