When I saw the first few episodes of Young Justice I was really liking the interactions between the young heroes and the established heroes. That got me to thinking, would a cartoon based on the JSA (Geoff Johns period) work?
If you haven't read this incarnation of the Justice Society of America (starting in '07) the point was that the old golden age heroes like the orginal Flash, Jay Garrek, the original Green Lantern, Alan Scott joined with established heroes like Power Girl to train the next generation of heroes. Add in a bunch of legacy heroes like Hourman, Liberty Belle, and Sandman and there was a great series that representited pretty much everyone.
I really liked the fact that the training of the young heroes was the primary focus of the team. As such it would be unique among superhero team cartoons that are either about adult heroes (Justice League, Avengers: EMH) or teen heroes (Young Justice, Teem Titians).
I ask whether it would work or not due to the fact that the JSA was always DC's B team and doesn't have the premiere characters that usually make DC lots of sales and money. I'm just hoping that someday DC can make a profitable cartoon that isn't related to Superman or Batman.