"Crime and Punishment": Extant moves to kill Hourman since he has the final shard of the Worlogog keeping him blind to the future. Dove sacrifices herself to save Hourman. [[Hector Hall (New Earth)|Doctor F
JSA #15 is an issue of the series JSA (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 2000. It was published on August 16, 2000.
Appearing in "Crime and Punishment"
- Dove (alternate reality version) (Dies)
- Star-Spangled Kid (Sylvester Pemberton) (alternate reality version)
- Extant (Dies)
- The Atom (Al Pratt) (In a vision) (Cover only) (Statue only)
- Brainwave, Jr. (In a photograph only)
- Dr. Mid-Nite (Charles McNider) (In a vision) (Cover only) (Statue only)
- Hourman (Rex Tyler) (In a vision) (Cover only) (Statue only)
- Northwind (In a photograph only)
- Terri Rothstein (rescued from death)
- S.T.R.I.P.E. (In a photograph only)
- Superman (In a photograph only)
- Alternate Earth ruled by Extant
- The future
- The present
- New Earth
- Amulet of Anubis
- Cloak of Destiny
- Cosmic Converter Belt
- Cosmic Staff
- Helmet of Fate
- Mobius Chair
- Mother Box
- Nth Metal
Synopsis for "Crime and Punishment"
Hourman splits his power into 1/15. The JSA fight him across time. One-on-one, each member fights Extant in a different time period. Slowly, they each begin to win as Extant can't keep up his omnipresence while separated. As Extant weakens, Atom Smasher plucks the Worlogog from Extant's body.
Everything returns to how it was before Extant changed the Time stream. As time begins healing itself, Sylvester Pemberton disappears. Distracted, Extant attempts to jump out of time to escape. Hourman freezes, failing to stop him. When Metron wants to go after him, Atom-Smasher proposes they replace his mom in the plane crash with Extant by using the Worlogog.
- This issue establishes that, in at least one possible future, Courtney Whitmore and Al Rothstein get married and have children.
- The armor that Sentinel wears is from Kingdom Come (Volume 1). It is the first reference of many to the mini-series and Earth-22 in JSA.