"Cornerstone": A flashback to the early years of several well-known heroes and how JSA influenced them.

Justice Society of America (Volume 3) #50 is an issue of the series Justice Society of America (Volume 3) with a cover date of June, 2011.

Synopsis for "Cornerstone"

A flashback to the early years of several well-known heroes and how JSA influenced them.

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Synopsis for "Infinitum"

Per Degaton travels through both time and the multiverse absorbing other versions of himself.

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Synopsis for "Truth and Justice"

The Justice Society refuses to unmask for the House Un-American Activities Committee and create an enemy in Senator Eagin.

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Synopsis for "Inaugural"

Jay Garrick becomes mayor of Monument Point, very to disgust of Senator Eagin, who originally was in Un-American Activities Committee meeting in 1951 where JSA was disbanded. Meanwhile, Per Degaton, who got chronal powers, fights JSA.

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Trivia

  • Variant cover is a homage to All-Star Comics Vol 1 27, where JSAers salute a soldier who was disabled in the war.
  • The only issue where we can see the Pre-Crisis Earth-Two and Post-Crisis Earth-2 in the same story.


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