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The Infinite JSA Crisis. Dr. Chaos, the Qwardian counterpart to Dr. Fate was the catalyst. The epicenter was the JSA brownstone. A nexus of sorts. The infinite earths Dr. Chaos had inadvertantly unleashed all had one. Imagine if you will, the night sky thick with combatants, waging a war simply for the right to live and survive - hundreds of JSAers from infinite worlds that had been created and destroyed by chaos, vying for supremacy on the one true remaining earth.

In the end, that one true earth's most daring and cunning heroes and
heroines -- a ragtag roster from the JSA, All-Star Squadron, Freedom
Fighters, Seven Soldiers of Victory and more -- managed to foil the
machinations of Dr. Chaos and put an end to the cascading ripples
emanating from her that caused the anomolous earths. Their
bravery 'undid' the multiverse of heroes and villains, literally
erasing them from existance, like a bad dream.

In the end, when the infinite Justice Society of Americas, and the worlds from which they hailed, ceased to
exist, when matter and antimatter met in locked defiance, the night
sky was again filled, this time by a blinding supernova of a million
realities being snuffed out at once.

The JSA...were gone.

Or were they?

History has been re-written in the wake of the Crisis. The world is a darker place, in dire need of heroes.

Roll Call:

Batgirl II, Captain Triumph, Citizen Steel, Fury I, Hawkman, Hourman I, Miss America, Phantom Lady, Red Arrow (NPC), The Spectre, Starman, Specte (NPC), Superboy II, Wildcat

Lightspeed (great nephew of Jay Garrick, the Flash), Mister E (Formerly Brainwave Jr.)

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