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The JSA All Stars Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Comics Archives)

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This brand-new series collects all of the Golden Age solo stories of Johnny Thunder, Hour-Man, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Mr. Terrific, Wildcat and Red Tornado from FLASH COMICS, ADVENTURE COMICS, ALL-AMERICAN COMICS and SENSATION COMICS (January 1940-May 1942)!
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published October 24th 2007 by DC Comics
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Justin Deveau
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Johnny Thunder from Flash Comics #1-5;
The Hour-Man from Adventure Comics #48-52;
The Atom from All-American Comics #19-23;
Scribbly (featuring Red Tornado) from All-American Comics #20-24;
Doctor Mid-Nite from All-American Comics #25-29;
Mister Terrific from Sensation Comics #1-5;
Wildcat from Sensation Comics #1-5
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Oct 22, 2012 Joe rated it it was amazing
This book is classic! Featuring the solo 1940's adventures of Johnny thunder, wildcat, mr. Terrific, dr. Mid-nite, hour man, red tornado and the atom. What's not to like?!?
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