#1 Posted by jonEsherfey (443 posts) - - Show Bio

I want to read some JSA and don't know where to start. CAn you guys recommend some good JSA stories?

-jonEsherfey

#2 Posted by SolthesunGod (278 posts) - - Show Bio

Earth 2 is pretty good. You can jump on with that it's only a couple of issues in.

#3 Posted by CrimsonCake (2677 posts) - - Show Bio

Jsa Vs Kobra.

#4 Posted by cosmicallyaware1 (4305 posts) - - Show Bio

just start with this issue and keep going...................

I also recommend two elseworlds series: the liberty file and the unholy three. excellent stuff, priceless.

and, this one is a gem too....... the golden age..........another elseworlds homerun.

#5 Posted by DoomDoomDoom (4235 posts) - - Show Bio

@SolthesunGod said:

Earth 2 is pretty good. You can jump on with that it's only a couple of issues in.

Agreed.

#6 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@DoomDoomDoom said:

@SolthesunGod said:

Earth 2 is pretty good. You can jump on with that it's only a couple of issues in.

Agreed.

x2

#7 Posted by They Killed Cap! (2243 posts) - - Show Bio

Start witht he Geoff Johns stuff...

#8 Posted by consolemaster001 (5328 posts) - - Show Bio

THY KINGDOM COME

#9 Posted by StrangeMan (410 posts) - - Show Bio

JSA from the late 90s and the Justice Society of America of 2006-2011 were great, there's also JSA: Classified, an anthology series focusing on one character every story. There's also the short-lived Len Strazewski ongoing from the early 90s, which spawned from a mini-series that took the characters out of the Limbo that they were left in after Crisis on Infinite Earths, both the mini-series and ongoing were great, the closest thing that the JSA had similar to the DCAU. Also, the elseworlds mentioned above, especially The Golden Age, are outstanding.

And of course there's also the current Earth 2 title, which is pretty good on its own right, but if you want the real JSA you should check out the Pre-Flashpoint stuff.

#10 Posted by lightsout (1827 posts) - - Show Bio

@StrangeMan said:

And of course there's also the current Earth 2 title, which is pretty good on its own right, but if you want the real JSA you should check out the Pre-Flashpoint stuff.

THIS. Earth 2 isn't bad, but it's not really the same thing - especially theme wise (Older heroes bringing along younger ones & continuing the heroic traditions). Geoff John's run on the JSA (all of "JSA" plus the beginning of "Justice Society of America") was GREAT in my opinion. I'd really recommend them. (Off hand I don't know which arcs I'd say were my favorites though).