JSA (Justice Society of America)

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The Justice Society of America (JSA, or Justice Society (JS)) is a superhero team appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The team was conceived by editor Sheldon Mayer and writer Gardner Fox during the Golden Age of Comic Books. The JSA first appeared in All Star Comics #3 (Winter 1940–1941), making it the first team of superheroes in comic books. The original members of the Justice Society of America were Doctor Fate, Hourman, the Spectre, Sandman, Atom, the Flash, Green…Wikipedia
Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #21 Splash Page 1 Justice Society of America Original Ar... | Heritage

sold for $57,600 in 2019

Ross, Alex | Alex Ross Justice Society of America #26 Triptych Cover Original Art (DC, 2009).... | Heritage

sold for $52,800 in 2022

Rich Buckler and Jack Abel Justice League of America #148 Justice Society of America and Legion of Super-Heroes Co... | Heritage

sold for $35,850 in 2018

Jack Abel Al Milgrom | all-star comics 68 cover (dc, 1977) justice society of america | Will’s Comic Art Page

listed for $17,500 in 2021

Alex Ross | Justice Society of America #19 Cover Original Art (DC, 2008).... | Heritage

sold for $17,400 in 2022

Alex Ross Justice Society of America #23 Cover Painting Black Adam Original Art (DC, 2009).... | Heritage

sold for $13,145 in 2018

Alex Ross Justice Society of America #10 Cover Original Art (DC, 2007). This somber cover graced Part One of - | Heritage

sold for $10,158 in 2012

Ernie Chan All-Star Comics #60 Cover Original Art (DC, 1976).... | Heritage

sold for $9,600 in 2019

Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs Justice League of America #21 JSA page 14 Original Art (DC, 1963). For any Silver - | Heritage

sold for $8,365 in 2011

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