Re: Seven Soldiers (epilogue)
- Guys, I finally got a chance to read this whole thing this weekend.
Gotta say, I liked it a lot! Reminded me of that first arc in the
Infinity Inc book - where the new, fresh young heroes go up against
their mentors' arch foe. Both showed good contrast between the older
heroes and the new heroes.
We're in the eighties here, so some of the young guns are gonna try
and pick up where the old men have left off. The only difference with
this over the Infinity Inc arc is that the Seven Soldiers aren't quite
as aged as their JSA cohorts (thanks to the story in JLA #100 - I
remember reading that one as a kid, got it from an older cousin who
went off to college when I was six). Still, there is the generational
differences and that's really what the E-2 site here celebrates,
Hope we'll see more of these guys.
- Well, I know that the Sandman fought the Cheetah in "Fashion for Dying." The Sandman: 1943: Fashion for DyingI think there were supposed to be other stories dealing with the remaining foes, but they were never written.--
Doc Quantum of The Time Trust
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From: "johnreiter902@... [theJSAallstarstorysite]" <theJSAallstarstorysite@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, October 20, 2014 11:18 AM
Subject: [The JSA All-Star Story Site] Re: Acts of Vengeance
Who were the villaisn recruited by Kil-Lor and Alexander? I have a list of the ones mentioned, but it is implied there were others (enough to battle the entire JSA), and we did not see all the society members battling villains in this story.
The villains I know were members are the Archer, Cheetah, Dr. Poison, Face, Monk (and Dala), Gusaf Gilroy, Nuclear, and Rag Doll.