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"JSA/JSA, Chapter 2: Guardian Angels": In 1951 Opal City, Stargirl visits Starman (Ted Knight) in a nursing home.

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JSA #69 is an issue of the series JSA (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 2005. It was published on January 12, 2005.

Synopsis for "JSA/JSA, Chapter 2: Guardian Angels"

In 1951 Opal City, Stargirl visits Starman (Ted Knight) in a nursing home.

The same year, in Pittsburgh, Mister Terrific (Michael Holt) boards a train in an attempt to visit his predecessor, but gets put in the colored only car.

In Calvin City, Atom-Smasher follows his godfather, who has started doing some work for the local crime family.

In Gotham City, Jakeem Thunder meets Johnny Thunder.

Stargirl tells Ted Knight he has to become Starman (Ted Knight) again to stop a great evil that is coming. Hospital workers come in and Stargirl tries to fight them off but gets sedated. Ted decides she is a figment of his imagination.

In New York, Sandman (Wesley Dodds) becomes Sandman and travels to his hideout to apologize to Sandy.

Elsewhere in New York, Doctor Mid-Nite (Pieter Cross) speaks to his predecessor.

Back at the hospital, Stargirl has been put into a straightjacket and padded room.

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  • This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 2
  • The train situation with Michael Holt reflects the racism that prevailed in the 1950s in the United States, much like Apartheid in South Africa, where black people could not attend the same places as white people.

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