Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 5 (Justice League of America (1960-1987))


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The best story introduces Earth-Three, where only criminals have the super powers. For more crossover action, Crisis on Multiple Earths was followed by a volume 2. Alex Ross did the cover paintings for all three Crisis Product details File Size: February 10, Sold by: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention silver age jla and the jsa justice league infinite earths gardner fox crisis on infinite justice society crisis on multiple comic book solomon grundy league of america earth one and earth comics heroes earth- collection crossovers team-ups universe fans.

Showing of 18 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I was even more interested when the Legion was included, but never read how it all got started. Now I have, and it was quite enlightening. Even the greatest super-heroes need help sometimes. When Earth-3 was shown, it was quite the role-reversal. Odd that the meeting of Earth-4 was saved for with the Crisis and this was the Charlton heroes.

Very '60s in the artwork and pacing. And when the third team-up never actually happened? The fourth team-up I remember from the JLA issue A Giant Issue standard at the time need some filler, so they included a short feature called ' issues ago'. THIS was the whole story.

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Reviewer from Terra Top Contributor: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. When I was a kid I found some of these in a stack of my brothers comics. While he outgrew them, I never did. These, the first of the classic JLA and JSA crossovers, are stories of a bygone time, forgotten by some, nostalgia to others. But they are a fun, exciting read, full of heroes some have forgotten, lost to the mists of time. This volume is great fun and is recommended! One person found this helpful.

I bought this volume, along with the others, hoping it would shed more like on the very confusing DC universe as it appeared during "Crisis on Infinite Earths". While the idea of combining superheros from two different time periods sounds very cool and I'm sure back in it was , but there's not a whole lot of difference between the Silver and Golden ages at least not to younger fans like me, not even born till the 80s. While the collection did help introduce me to many of the DC heroes that ran rampant in the first Chaotic Crisis, the dated material is rough to swallow.

There's a lot of it here. These, the first of the classic JLA and JSA crossovers, are stories of a bygone time, forgotten by some, nostalgia to others.

But they are a fun, exciting read, full of heroes some have forgotten, lost to the mists of time. This volume is great fun and is recommended! I bought this volume, along with the others, hoping it would shed more like on the very confusing DC universe as it appeared during "Crisis on Infinite Earths". While the idea of combining superheros from two different time periods sounds very cool and I'm sure back in it was , but there's not a whole lot of difference between the Silver and Golden ages at least not to younger fans like me, not even born till the 80s.

While the collection did help introduce me to many of the DC heroes that ran rampant in the first Chaotic Crisis, the dated material is rough to swallow. There's a lot of it here. Campy dialog with random adventures that have no general coherent story. There's some hints here and there to other Justice League adventures or solo issues, but nothing really comprehensive.

None of these volumes will show you how the Earth 2 or Golden Age Batman died. Powergirl makes an appearance in the last couple issues, and Supergirl is nowhere to be found. The appearance made by the Crime Syndicate doesn't do them nearly the justice their concept deserves. It's just not nearly as good as it could be.

Granted, for it's age I'm sure it was all the rave back in the sixties and seventies. But compared to modern series', this stuff is hard to digest. The only part of it that really comes in handy is for helping you get to know the heroes of the era. A good buy if you really want to know about many of those characters flooding the pages of "Crisis on Infinite Earths". Here's a rundown of the individual stories. Your typical, campy old school comic book style loaded with the extra villains and heroes.

Showing of 11 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Hard to complain when you gain one of the greatest artists in comics to come to your book. Let me state my love for this Justice League period and the art of Dick Dillin.

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I'm very biased, so keep those thoughts in mind. Our stories this time around include a crossover from some of DC's more historical characters such as Jonah Hex and Jon, the Viking Prince. While it appears to be a rather silly story, it does end up being satisfying. Plus, we get a rather nice surprise as to who is actually saves the day. Imagine showing up not one, but TWO Supermen!

Next is the death of Mr. Another of these team ups I can remember reading when it came out, even then I thought the ending was a bit of a cop out. Still, it's kind of interesting. Major kudos to John Ostrander and Tom Mandrake for the follow up several decades later but at least it got done to this story in their incredible Spectre run. And the aforementioned last work of Mr. As I was in my early teens at the time, it was a bit of surprise when I read in the JLA letter column of his passing.

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I can't say that the New Gods are out of character, but something didn't feel right to me here. I'm by no means a New Gods expert, so I may be wrong here. There are some nice touches here and there. The growing romance between Firestorm and Power Girl. A mention of Earth 2 Batman's passing between his daughter and the Earth 1 Batman.

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I still wonder how that would feel, to know your almost exact counterpart had died? And the elder statesmen of the Justice Society giving advice and support to the newer generation of the Justice League. One person found this helpful. As the stories get closer to the present day, they prove to be slightly less "hokey" and a little more interpersonal than earlier stories which didn't much concern themselves with character development.

About the only downside to the volume is the story with the New Gods, where Darkseid just doesn't quite come across as the cosmic-level threat he is best known as. The book features a cover by George Perez, who seems to live for doing crowd scenes, which is not to be missed. Overall, for anyone who enjoys the classic adventures of the DC Universe, this volume is a superb addition to their library! Maybe that's why I have such a soft spot for these stories.

The three featured in this volume are slightly uneven but all have their pluses and minuses.

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