JSA Omnibus Vol. 1
May 2, 2017 2:43 AM - by Geoff Johns - Subscribe

Known for his groundbreaking work on Green Lantern, in 2000 Geoff Johns brought Justice Society of America characters rooted in the Golden Age of comics back to the forefront of comics.  Mixing younger, edgier characters with the elder statesmen of superheroes, Johns created an action-packed series with compelling storylines that are now collected here in the JSA Omnibus Vol. 1
posted by KMH (3 comments total)
I have Johns' JSA run collected in trade paperbacks. It's been a while since I read through them -- maybe I'll refresh my memory on the weekend and come back to share some thoughts.
posted by sevenyearlurk at 12:22 PM on May 2, 2017

I enjoyed this run in single issues as it came out but never felt the desire to return to it. What I remember most was feeling like this was a poor venue for that Starman and enjoying Stargirl and Mr Terrific.
posted by phearlez at 1:19 PM on May 3, 2017

I jumped off this omnibus half way. I enjoyed the aesthetic a lot and some of the characters / one-liners, but the whole thing just felt like it was for people who already know the stories and just want more; I didn't feel hooked in or even really up to date about what the heck was going on.
posted by KMH at 5:52 AM on July 19, 2017

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