"Guardian Angels": At JSA Headquarters, Black Adam asks Sand if he can join the JSA. Sand says he's not able to trust him just yet and has other matters to attend to.
JSA #21 is an issue of the series JSA (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 2001. It was published on February 21, 2001.
Synopsis for "Guardian Angels"
In the Atrium, Sand approaches Hawkgirl and demands she tell the JSA what's going on. He notices she has suicide scars and his hiding things about her past. She breaks away in frustration and flies off.
Director Bones meets with Atom-Smasher and inquires about his mother being on the boarding list, yet not on the list of people who dies in the crash. Atom walks away defiantly claiming he's putting the 'justice' back in justice society.
As Hawkgirl soars through the skies, Zauriel meets up with her and proposes the idea that maybe she did die in her suicide attempt. Perhaps someone else was reincarnated inside her.
Appearing in "Guardian Angels"
- Mary Batson (Mentioned only)
- Director Bones
- Captain Marvel (Mentioned only)
- Count Vertigo (Mentioned only)
- Dominus (Mentioned only)
- Joan Garrick (Mentioned only)
- Jake Grant (Mentioned only)
- Paula Holt (Mentioned only)
- Justice League of America (Mentioned only)
- Henry King, Jr. (Mentioned only)
- Ted Kord (Behind the scenes)
- Pax Dei (Mentioned only)
- Sylvester Pemberton (Statue only)
- Speed Saunders (Mentioned only)
- Johnny Sorrow (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Thunderbolt (Mentioned only)
- Yellow Wasp (Mentioned only)
- New Earth
- Heaven (Mentioned only)
- This story is reprinted in the trade paperback JSA: The Return of Hawkman.
- This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 1.