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We're celebrating the fiftieth issue with an extra-sized spectacular and a roster of artists you won't want to miss! The team must explore a bizarre and fantastic underworld found beneath Monument Point . . . with the help of the one and only Challengers of the Unknown! And why was Senator Eagin out to get the JSA during the long-ago witch hunts against the mystery men?

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The Changing of the Guard 0

As I eluded in the review of Justice League Generation Lost #24, this week has been particularly interesting, on the premise that DC has released 2 anniversary issues and 2 finales. Justice Society of America #50 happens to fall in the category of the former, thanks to the contribution of Mark Guggenheim, (who, coincidentally, was supposed to be the original writer for The Black Ring), as well as a plethora of artists that lend their talents to a modest anniversary issue. So, grab a cup of coffe...

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Fifty issues in: is JSA looking towards retirement? 0

Justice Society celebrates its 50th issue with new narratives and old story threads; however, is the book starting to show its age? The Good Guggeinheim really seems to be relishing this "Jay Garrick as mayor" storyline; it's a good fit for Jay because his age brings respect. Hopefully this won't turn out to be like Oliver Queen's mayoral run, or Batman's attempts to get Gotham help during Cataclysm without donning the mask. Those storylines tend to end with the hero realizing that they aren't g...

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