- Capa dura: 1274 páginas
- Editora: DC Comics; Edição: 01 (20 de maio de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 140124761X
- ISBN-13: 978-1401247614
- Dimensões do produto: 19,5 x 6 x 28,3 cm
- Peso de envio: 3,2 Kg
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JSA Omnibus, Volume One (Inglês) Capa dura – 19 mai 2014
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Johns was born in Detroit and studied media arts, screenwriting, and film at Michigan State University. After moving to Los Angeles, he became an assistant to Richard Donner, director of Superman: The Movie. He and his mentor Donner later co-wrote Superman: Last Son featuring the return of General Zod.
Johns has written for various other media, including episodes of Smallville, Arrow and Adult Swim's Robot Chicken, for which he was nominated along with his co-writers for an Emmy. He is the Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment and resides in Los Angeles, California
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With writers James Robinson (a avid fan of the Golden Age heroes) and Blade/Man of Steel/Batman Begins writer David Goyer, who was a fresh face at the time, started on JSA. And yes, superstar writer Geoff Johns got some of his earliest work on this series makes for a fitting collection for fans of both writers and good ol' fashioned characters in the modern day.
Originally this collection was to be called Geoff Johns JSA Omnibus, featuring only the material Johns did on the series starting at issue 5. This left many fans angry with DC since it meant cutting out the first arc by Robinson and Goyer and many other aspects of the JSA. Thankfully, due to massive out cries by fans, DC took notice and re-solicited this Omnibus featuring all aspects of the JSA, even if this large book is mostly Johns heavy. So although DC still has old problems that their omnibi still linger, this is still an awesome tome.
The JSA OMNIBUS VOL.1 collects the following in order:
All Star Comics #1
All-American Comics #1
Adventure Comics #1
National Comics #1
Sensation Comics #1
Smash Comics #1
Star Spangled Comics #1
Thrilling Comics #1
All Star Comic #2
*All the issues above are collected here inJustice Society Returns (Justice Society of America)
JSA Secret Files #1, JSA #1-5 Justice Be Done (JSA: Justice Society of America, Book 1)
JSA #6-15 JSA: Darkness Falls
JSA #16-25 JSA: The Return of Hawkman - Book 03 (Justice Society of America (Numbered))
JSA Our Worlds at War #1
JLA/JSA Secret Files #1
JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice (JLA (DC Comics Unnumbered Paperback))
JSA All-Stars #1-8 JSA: All Stars (Justice Society of America (DC Comics))
[Since this omnibus has way too much to discuss, I will only give a general idea of these stories. Please click on the links for far superior reviews and information.]
Starting out with the JUSTICE SOCIETY RETURNS story, all the stories are individual pieces of golden age superheroes who fight their own battles, then come to find out are all part of a master plan against an alien bent on taking over the world. After that, we finally dive into the modern day JSA stories, which involve a series of mysterious murders to Golden Age characters, time and space collapsing under the power of one heroes own son, and the return of a certain Thangarian that was long dead in comics makes a grand entrance. With a series of stand-alone issues of Golden Age characters written and drawn by all star writers and artist.
That's the gist of this massive tome and it's as simple as that without giving anything away. This series was all about using the theme of legacies as its core example, as well as using a Silver-Age sense of action with a touch of modern day storytelling to make these characters likable and never delves too deep on darker subject material as some comics did at the time period. Having traditional Golden Age characters like The Flash Jay Garrick, Green Lantern Alan Scott, and Wildcat Ted Grant stay as lead members of the team to reform the JSA bringing in new characters to fill out old ranks like Dinah Lance, daughter to the original Black Canary, and Jack Knight, taking over for his father's role of Starman, make for a series that shows readers just why these characters still do mean a lot for comic fans. So even if teams like the Teen Titans, Birds of Prey, and Outsiders look up to the Justice League...it's the Justice League that looks up to the Justice Society.
Aside from Johns writing a good majority here with Goyer and Robinson as well, there is a vast array of writers who did the one-shots and artist that, for reasons of length, are too large to name off (there's 20+ artist from the contents page). The art is solid for the late 90's, with majority of the art being handled by Stephen Sadowski.
As for this 2014 Omnibus, it's massive. As the Amazon picture shows is the dust jacket on the front, with another picture of the group on the spine big and clearly. On the inner flaps, has a small biography of a good majority of the members through the series is pretty neat as well. In terms of the board underneath the dust jacket, sadly, it's just a flat black board with the JSA symbols. Something this big I wish DC would add a little more effort on their omnibi collections instead of the typical black board, but it is what it is. Speaking of old DC habits, the bind is still glued/sewn (I know many people will hate that part). It's still sturdy, but since this is a 1000+ page book, it gets tight. In fact, for me, this is one of the tighter bindings I've had from this collection. I really had to stretch the book to keep it open on the ends. Since I read all books at 90 degree angles, this is fine by me and I am not picky about it, but it will drive some people nuts. Which in turn leads to numerous splash pages having gutter loss, which thankfully, there isn't too many of those in this series as I read most of the book fine. It's only when those splash pages came up I have trouble. The pages are think and non-glossy and are all crisp layouts. I didn't see any fuzzy art productions or errors in this collection, so there's that. And lastly, this collection has practically zero extras, sadly. It has no introductions, sketches, or afterwords. It only has the covers to the trade paperbacks.
So, JSA OMNIBUS VOL.1 shows that Johns, Goyer, and Robinson's earliest work holds up amazingly well for being 15 years old and focuses on Golden Age characters. It's a ton of content for the price like most omnibus should do, but some of the production work hurts the book. It's a 4 ½ star review, but I still enjoyed what's here and for the price.
Let's see how well JSA Omnibus Vol. 2 holds up by comparison.
While I am thankful for all the material included, it really would have made sense for some of it to be saved for a later edition. For instance, there is a time-jump going from JSA #25 to the "Our Worlds At War" tie-in (which felt very forced when pulled away from the rest of the event). Suddenly, and without explanation, Mr. Terrific is chairman and Captain Marvel, Hourman II, and Power Girl have joined the team. I would have preferred a few more issues from the regular series, so that these changes could be introduced in chronological order.
On that note, this book pulls from no fewer than 15 distinct titles. Despite the inclusion of two superfluous title pages per issue (yes, TWO!), we are never informed which issue of which title we are reading. (Unlike in other omnibi, the covers are printed as art only, with no indication of what you are reading.) If they had cut out all those title pages, they could have slimmed the book by 96 pages!
Really, these are minor complaints. This series is a must-own for any DC fan. Robinson and Johns are masters of celebrating the history of the DC Universe, and what better vehicle for that celebration than the Justice Society? The content gets an easy five stars. But as presented, this book is the first time I have felt disappointed by a DC Omnibus. Nonetheless, I eagerly await the December release of Vol. 2.