History Trivia / JusticeSocietyOfAmerica

26th Jun '14 5:26:49 AM VicGeorge2011
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The early-'90s series, because DC editorial believed that no one wanted to read about senior citizen superheroes. David Goyer and Geoff Johns later proved them wrong.
24th Jan '14 6:25:44 AM LadyMomus
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** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. Creator/GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, Creator/MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon.

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** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. Creator/GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, Creator/MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon.Creator/ChuckDixon.
14th Jan '14 7:34:12 AM LadyMomus
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Magog's role as the JSA "All-Stars" trainer/field leader was originally going to be {{Hawkman}}. It's not hard to see the parallels or the massive character shift he undertook.
** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Magog's role as the JSA "All-Stars" trainer/field leader was originally going to be {{Hawkman}}.ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}. It's not hard to see the parallels or the massive character shift he undertook.
** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. GeoffJohns Creator/GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, MarkWaid, Creator/MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon.
5th Aug '13 6:51:58 AM IchigoMontoya
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Magog's role as the JSA "All-Stars" trainer/field leader was originally going to be {{Hawkman}}. It's not hard to see the JerkAss parallels, or the massive character shift he undertook.
** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon. Any of those would have made a good writer for the series, and ''JSA'' could have turned out a lot differently had one of them been selected.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Magog's role as the JSA "All-Stars" trainer/field leader was originally going to be {{Hawkman}}. It's not hard to see the JerkAss parallels, parallels or the massive character shift he undertook.
** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon. Any of those would have made a good writer for the series, and ''JSA'' could have turned out a lot differently had one of them been selected.
5th Aug '13 6:51:58 AM IchigoMontoya
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1st May '12 5:08:42 AM Byzantine
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Magog's role as the JSA "All-Stars" trainer/field leader was originally going to be {{Hawkman}}. It's not hard to see the JerkAss parallels, or the massive character shift he undertook.
** "The Justice Society Returns!" was an event used to bring attention to the revived series using new #1s of old comics (such as All-Star Comics and Adventure Comics). These were also purportedly used as an audition piece to see who would take over as David Goyer's co-writer after James Robinson left. GeoffJohns eventually won out, but some of the others included Tom Peyer, MarkWaid, Ron Marz, Tony Bedard and ChuckDixon. Any of those would have made a good writer for the series, and ''JSA'' could have turned out a lot differently had one of them been selected.
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