All Star Companion: An Overview of the Justice Society of America and Related Comics Series, 1935-1989, Volume 4

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TwoMorrows Pub., 2009 - Literary Criticism - 254 pages
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The epic series of" All-Star Companions" goes out with a bang, featuring: Colossal coverage of the Golden Age "All-Star Comics"! Sensational secrets of the "Junior Justice Society"! An index of the complete solo adventures of all 18 original JSAers in their own features, from 1940 to 1951! The JSA's earliest imitators ("Seven Soldiers of Victory," "All Winners Squad," "Marvel Family," and "International Crime Patrol")! "Infinity, Inc. "on Earth-Two and after! And the 1980s "Secret Origins" series! Edited by Roy Thomas, with rare art by Alex Ross, Todd McFarlane, Jerry Ordway, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Alex Toth, Gil Kane, Murphy Anderson, Gene Colan, Wayne Boring, George Tuska, Howard Chaykin, Dick Dillin, and others.

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Since 1965, Roy Thomas has been writing for movies, television, and especially comic books. With notable runs on Avengers, X-Men, Conan the Barbarian, Incredible Hulk, and Star Wars; he served as a Marvel editor from 1965-80 and editor-in-chief from 1972-74. He currently edits Alter Ego and writes two online Tarzan strips as well as the occasional comic book. He and his wife Dann live in South Carolina.

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