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e-Book Justice League of America - Archives, Volume 3 (Archive Editions (Graphic Novels)) epub download

Author: Gardner Fox,Mike Sekowsky,Roy Thomas
ISBN: 156389159X
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: DC Comics (September 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
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e-Book Justice League of America - Archives, Volume 3 (Archive Editions (Graphic Novels)) epub download

by Gardner Fox,Mike Sekowsky,Roy Thomas



Volume three contains stories originally published in Justice League of America. The best stories reintroduce the Justice Society of America and that's a good thing. And they fight as a team here which is another strong point.

Volume three contains stories originally published in Justice League of America The highlight of this third volume is the revival of the Justice Society of America on Earth Two from the Golden Age. These stories look better on the high-grade, glossy paper than they did when first printed- and much, much better than they look on old, yellow newsprint. The art is decent from the late Mike sekowsky too. It's not great art but it's not terrible either. The stories are always very inventive and family friendly from gardner fox too.

JLA Archives volume 7 is the last full volume of the series to contain the work of Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky, the original writer andĀ . Volume seven contains stories originally published in Justice League of America.

JLA Archives volume 7 is the last full volume of the series to contain the work of Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky, the original writer and artist of the series. Sekowsky's drawings are inked entirely by Sid Greene in this volume, and Greene was the most effective inker for Sekowsky on this title. Volume seven contains stories originally published in Justice League of America The collaboration of Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky was still going strong (we thought that it would never en.

Start by marking Justice League of America Archives, Vol. 3 as. . 3 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel. These classic tales feature a stellar line-up, with a roster including Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and more.

Volume two contains stories originally published in Justice League of America

Then I bought a couple used and I saw that they are worth every penny. At least they are worth it if you grew up with these titles. Volume two contains stories originally published in Justice League of America The highlights of this second volume are the origin of the JLA, and later, the Atom joining the team.

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JLA Archives volume 8 comes at a time of a changing of the guard for theĀ .

JLA Archives volume 8 comes at a time of a changing of the guard for the title, as 1968 was for most DC titles (at least, those I was reading). Mike Sekowsky, the first man to draw the title, departed after the June issue; original writer Gardner Fox, two issues later. Fox went out stronger than did Sekowsky, as his last two issues were inked by George Roussos, who was less of an effective inker for Sekowsky than Sid Greene had been. But Sekowsky's immediate future would be bright.

The fantastic world of the Justice League of America allowed writer Gardner Fox, with artist Mike Sekowsky, to challenge the heroes with wild adventures-against star-spawned villains, against each other.

The fantastic world of the Justice League of America allowed writer Gardner Fox, with artist Mike Sekowsky, to challenge the heroes with wild adventures-against star-spawned villains, against each other, against themselves, against anything-in the meantime provoking the imagination of the reader with science-fiction ideas about parallel dimensions, time travel, dream machines, ESP and duplicate selves. Header 4. Header 3. Header 2. Quote.

This third collection reprints stories from November, 1962 to September, 1963. This hardcover collects stories from the following comic books: Justice League of America (The Challenge of the Untouchable Aliens!) Justice League of America (The Cavern of Deadly Spheres!) Justice League of America (The Triumph of the Tornado Tyrant!)

Justice League of America Archives, Vol. 3 (DC Archive Editions) [Hardcover] Gardner Fox (Author), Mike Sekowsky (Illustrator), Roy Thomas (Foreword)
GEL
Great Book !
deadly claw
Yes it did.
romrom
I held off buying the DC Archive editions for years because of the hefty price. Then I bought a couple used and I saw that they are worth every penny. At least they are worth it if you grew up with these titles. It was amazing how many of these stories (and specific panels) that I personally remembered after nearly 50 years.

Volume three contains stories originally published in Justice League of America #15-22. The highlight of this third volume is the revival of the Justice Society of America on Earth Two from the Golden Age.

These stories look better on the high-grade, glossy paper than they did when first printed- and much, much better than they look on old, yellow newsprint. The maroon leatherette covers (with the Justice League of America logo embossed in silver) are first rate- though I would never take the heavy, glossy jackets off of them.

Treat yourself to the age of true heroes.
Dorintrius
These are remastered and cleaned up comic tales of the justice league circa 1963 and the team really had some well written and fun adventures here. Unlike the shoddy newpaper reprints dc is doing today this one is done on high grade paper!. The best stories reintroduce the Justice Society of America and that's a good thing. And they fight as a team here which is another strong point. The art is decent from the late Mike sekowsky too. It's not great art but it's not terrible either. The stories are always very inventive and family friendly from gardner fox too. D.C. start making archives that have good cleaned up art in them again and decent paper!
Clodebd
The DC Archive editions are hands down the best way to own those hard to find Golden Age titles. The pages are jam-packed with all of your favorite characters in their ORIGINAL format!!! It would cost you thousands of dollars to find these comics elsewhere and you would want to keep them in pristine condition if you did get them. Here you can get your favorite books and hand them down to your kids and share for the next generation.

Happy reading!!!
Burgas
Justice League of America Archives, Vol. 3 Archive Edition is another fine bunch of adventures from DC's premier super team. These are nice, if rather pricey and heavy, making the price even worse here, so hopefully the Showcases will get all this stuff eventually.

Anyway, more Gardner Fox and company JLA goodness.