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JSA Some of the greatest heroes of the 1940s, including the original Green Lantern, Atom, Hawkman, Starman and others return in this spectacular Elseworlds tale The story follows their postwar adventures as they battle evil in a world they fear may no longer need them And as their importance wanes, a new hero, Dynaman, rallies the nation behind his fascist agenda. Best Read [ JSA ] author [ James Robinson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Best Download [ JSA] author [ James Robinson ] – brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 199 pages
  • JSA
  • James Robinson
  • English
  • 26 February 2018
  • 1401207111

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  1. says:

    There are a ton of characters in this thing, and as someone who has never read any golden age DC stuff, it took me a little while to understand who they all were But once I got it, I enjoyed it immensely There are some leaps in logic here and there and a couple of utterly boneheaded mistakes by the villain that no self respecting evil genius would have made, but the thematic and character aspects of the storythan make up for those missteps The way Robinson uses post WWII Communist paran There are a ton of characters in this thing, and as someone who has never read any golden age DC stuff, it took me a little while to understand who they all were But once I got it, I enjoyed it immensely There are some leaps in logic here and there and a couple of utterly boneheaded mistakes by the villain that no self respecting evil genius would have made, but the thematic and character aspects of the storythan make up for those missteps The way Robinson uses post WW...


  2. says:

    Highly regarded early 90s series JSA The Golden Age is back in a new deluxe edition It s a saga worth revisiting.This Elseworlds tale picks up shortly after World War II with many costumed heroes abandoning their masked personas for civilian life Tex Thompson, once an unremarkable hero known as Mr America, returns to the US a war hero He embraces red baiting and manipulative populism as his political fortunes rise Tex recruits Dan Dunbar, once a teen sidekick known as Dan the Dyna Mite, t Highly regarded early 90s series JSA The Golden Age is back in a new deluxe edition It s a saga worth revisiting.This Elseworlds tale picks up shortly after World War II with many costumed heroes abandoning their masked personas for civilian life Tex Thompson, once an unremarkable hero known as Mr America, returns to the US a war hero He embraces red baiting and manipulative populism as his political fortunes rise Tex recruits Dan Dunbar, once a teen sidekick known as Dan the Dyna Mite, to undergo a dramatic transformation into Dyna Man, the vanguard of a government controlled group of heroes Meanwhile, Johnny Chambers Johnny Quick struggles with divorce from Libby Lawrence Liberty Belle and his career as a documentarian Alan Scott Green Lantern runs afoul of the McCarthy hearings because of some of the writers employed at his radio station Ted Knight Starman , tormented in his role in developing the A bomb, retreats to a sanitarium,...


  3. says:

    I ve had this on my kindle for awhile and finally got around to reading it It s a decent self contained story about some of DC s golden age superheroes Not part of the main continuity.


  4. says:

    James Robinson s and Paul Smith s Elseworlds tale involving JSA and the heroes of the Golden Age is a well told tale and successfully reflects the post WWII era in a fascinating manner Robinson is a good writer and Smith is delivering some of his finest work in this volume.However, while I enjoyed the story, I could not help feeling, onthan one occasion, that I was somehow reading a Watchmen light Several of the themes that seems to interest Robinson as a writer, are themes that Moore co James Robinson s and Paul Smith s Elseworlds tale involving JSA and the heroes of the Golden Age is a well told tale and successfully reflects the post WWII era in a fascinating manner Robinson is a good writer and Smith is delivering some of his finest work in this volume.However, while I enjoyed the story, I could not help feeling, onthan one occasion, that I was somehow reading a Watchmen light Several of the themes that seems to interest Robinson as a writer, are themes that Moore covered, and then botheloqyently andin depth, inWatchmenThis, by no means nullifies the qualities and values found in The Golden Age, but together with some developments towards the end that concerns the major villains of the piece and, in my opinion, borders on the rather absurd at least in the way it s handled which is too easily, especially for the natur...


  5. says:

    A very good story about what happened to the Golden Age heroes after the end of WWII As an Elseworld s story, Robinson is allowed a bitplay with backstory and outcome Overlaid with the story is the socio political climate of the time, with the beginning of the Red Scare.Given that I am less familiar with the JSA characters, I found I had less emotional involvement in the story than I had with New Frontier, which visits similar themes This gave the book less of an impact for me and, over A very good story about what happened to the Golden Age heroes after the end of WWII As an Elseworld s story, Robinson is allowed a bitplay with backstory and outcome Overlaid with the story is the socio political climate of the time, with the beginning of the Red Scare.Given that I am less familiar with the JSA characters, I found I had less emotional involvement in the story than I had with New Frontier, wh...


  6. says:

    wow musch better the second time around especially when you think it s going to get all preachy about social problems and history, and then the supervillians are unmasked and the battle royale kicks in this is an Elseworlds title, so don t expect ever...


  7. says:

    I d give thisthan 1 star, but less than 2 It s ripping off Watchmen HARD Also like a bad version of Darwyn Cooke s JLA New Frontier books Oh and the reveal near the end is like they just gave up and jumped the shark into ridiculou...


  8. says:

    Hitler s brain Recycled plot, which isn t necessarily a bad thing since so much of comics and fiction is about recycling, re envisioning, re presenting but ultimately this graphic novel is boring and mired in the liberal promise of post War Americ...


  9. says:

    3 3 4 stars


  10. says:

    Started and stopped blech Warning cynical dark hero deconstruction ahead.

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