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by Keith Champagne,Dale Eaglesham,Geoff Johns

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ISBN:
140120967X
ISBN13:
978-1401209674
Author:
Keith Champagne,Dale Eaglesham,Geoff Johns
Publisher:
DC Comics; First Edition edition (September 20, 2006)
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144 pages
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1470 kb
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1908 kb
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Rating:
4.3

Dale Eaglesham (born 1962) is a Canadian comic book illustrator who has been working in the American industry since 1986

Dale Eaglesham (born 1962) is a Canadian comic book illustrator who has been working in the American industry since 1986. He is best known for his work on titles like Conan, Punisher, Green Lantern, Villains United, Justice Society of America and Fantastic Four. In 2008, the Shuster Awards selected him as Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Artist of the year.

Find nearly any book by Dale Eaglesham. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne, Dale Eaglesham. ISBN 9781401209674 (978-1-4012-0967-4) Softcover, DC Comics, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'JSA: Mixed Signals'. JSA: Mixed Signals (Jsa). by Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne, David Lopez, Dale Eaglesham, Don Kramer. ISBN 9781845763473 (978-1-84576-347-3) Softcover, Titan Books Ltd, 2006.

JSA, Vol. 11: Mixed Signals. JSA ally Air Wave receives a mass of maydays from the far reaches of the galaxy. by Geoff Johns · Keith Champagne · David Lopez · Jim Fern · Don Kramer · Dale Eaglesham · Fernando Blanco · Mick Gray · Art Thibert · John Kalisz · Rob Leigh. With the aid of two Green Lanterns, his investigation reveals that an intergalactic war has begun. Who will be drafted to help stop it?Meanwhile, recent events have left all.

Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne. Johns’ last volume of his first JSA run is unfortunately weak, primarily due this volume’s heavy dependence on plots from Infinite Crisis

Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne. Written by Geoff Johns and Keith Champaign, JSA 11: Mixed Signals foll Reprints JSA (October 1995-March 2006). The JSA finds their numbers diminished as strange events sweep the globe. Atom Smasher finds himself facing his fate after his actions in Kahndaq and a new direction. Johns’ last volume of his first JSA run is unfortunately weak, primarily due this volume’s heavy dependence on plots from Infinite Crisis. However, even in the genie story at the center, which has more of its focus, it doesn’t feel like there’s a lot of heart here.

Written by: Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne.

Collecting JSA Following the events of DAY OF VENGEANCE, the DCU's magic-based heroes are vulnerable - and the ancient magician Mordru plans to take full advantage of the situation. Meanwhile, the fate of Atom Smasher is decided, the OMACs attack, and Green Lantern is drafted to help in an intergalactic war! Talent. Inker Keith Champagne, Mick Gray, Art Thibert, Fernando Blanco, Alex Ross. Penciller Don Kramer, Dale Eaglesham, Jim Fern, Alex Ross, David Lopez. Written by: Geoff Johns, Keith Champagne.

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Written by Geoff Johns and Keith Champagne Art by Don Kramer, Dale Eaglesham, Jim Fern and others Cover by Alex Ross Collecting JSA Following the events of DAY OF VENGEANCE, the DCU's magic-based heroes are vulnerable - and the ancient magician Mordru plans to take full advantage of the situation.

Dale Eaglesham talks "JSA". Dale Eaglesham considers Alex Ross's Kingdom Come Superman the quintessential Man of Steel. Geoff Johns revealed months ago that he next "Justice Society of America" arc will feature Black Adam

Dale Eaglesham talks "JSA". Geoff Johns revealed months ago that he next "Justice Society of America" arc will feature Black Adam. Eaglesham said he hasn't started in on that character yet, but that he is really excited about drawing the story. I sort of drew him in one issue of '5. said Eaglesham.

Alex Ross/Cover Artist. Keith Champagne/Writer. Dale Eaglesham/Penciler. David Lopez/Penciler. Fernando Blanco/Inker. Keith Champagne/Inker. John Kalisz/Colourist.

When the DCU's magic-based heroes become vulnerable, the ancient magician Mordru plans to take full advantage of the situation, meanwhile, the fate of Atom Smasher is decided, the OMACs attack, and Green Lantern is drafted to help in an intergalactic war.
Reviews:
  • HappyLove
Collects JSA (1999) 76-81
Written by Geoff Johns and Keith Champagne

76 Atom Smasher's trial. An OMAC shows up and attacks the JSA.
77 Donna Troy recruits Air Wave and Green Lanterns Hal Jordan and Alan Scott to deal with a problem at the center of the universe.
78-80 Another fight with Mordru. Hector Hall is in bad shape.
81 A Stargirl issue. Probably the best part of the book.

After the high point of the previous book, this one just wasn't so hot. Perhaps Johns was too busy with Infinite Crisis to have done as good a job on this one as he's capable of.

Note: Once again, Amazon is putting the reviews for more than one book on each book's page, for example here JSA: Savage Times - VOL 06 (Justice Society of America (Numbered))
  • Andromajurus
Mordru, here's a tip for you. When Wildcat starts mouthing off, kill him. Obliterate him. Erase him from existence. I know what you're thinking, `but Wildcat's a pussycat'. Sure, and you know what's gonna happen. You're gonna find yourself momentarily weakened... as you ALWAYS do... and Wildcat's gonna haul off and punch you in the face, shouting something like, `PAYBACKS A B!TCH'... You're an immortal, ultra-powerful wizard but when Wildcat pastes you with one of his haymakers you're gonna look like a punk and the heroes are gonna chuckle behind your back and Wildcat's gonna tell ALL his loser friends down at whatever greasy pub he hangs at how he punched out Mordru.

This was not one of the better JSA compilations. It started out with more of the sad trials of Atom Smasher followed by a series of Infinite Crisis tie-ins that go nowhere. Finally the action started with Mordru attacking the wizard Shazam and then going after the disembodied form of Nabu dressed as Dr. Fate and a handful of JSAers. Meanwhile another crew is out searching the fifth dimension looking for Jakeem Thunder who disappeared during a battle with The Specter.

The JSA and JLA have always had a problem with juggling characters of wildly varying powers. The JSA in particular had the godlike Specter fighting alongside Sandman. Gardner Fox was a brilliant writer but he used to employ an extremely tiresome technique to minimize the heavy hitters in the JLA that included copious amounts of Kryptonite for Superman, fire for J'onn J'onzz and yellow for Green Lantern. Geoff Johns just seems to fill the weaker characters with so much pluck and spunk that no villain would kill them. If I were Mordru I would be laying waste. It's been established that the beings of the fifth dimension have near unlimited power. I mean this is where Mister Mxyztplk hails from. Yet the heroes stoll through strutting as confidently as if they were walking down Main Street at Disney World. Courtney (Star Girl), in particular, is quite a petulant brat to one of the fifth dimensions less friendly residents. He could, say, snap his fingers and cause her to immolate but instead he merely endures it.

Despite being a disjointed mess Mixed Signals has some good points. It advances some storylines and the final tale focussing on the relationship between Star Girl and her adopted father Pat Dugan is a pretty good story. My suggestion for die hard JSA fans is to set your expectations low and you might find it decent.
  • Rexfire
I've been a fan of Justice Society since the mid-1970s when All-Star Comics 3 was re-released.

They've been updated and brought into modern times. But it's still a talented group of writers and artists that are doing today's stories.

A good series.
  • Gavigamand
I am a fan of JSA but this book was an 80% disappointment...We learn that Thunderbolt has a son who is married to 'peachy pet' that cartoon character from the 40's Johnny Thunder...When in the heck did that happen.

Shazam sends Captain Marvel off to find the Spectre..We only see him in three more panels fighting Superman and Batman..Where? How? Why? and we never do see The Spectre..Air Wave and the Green Lanterns go off on some wild escapade and suddenly disappear...There is a great story about Stargirl coming to terms with her family which is why it gets two stars instead of just one...A Bummer...
  • Wilalmaine
good book. very good storyline to follow from start to finish...shows the strength of the writers and animators...would recommend highly..
  • Ese
Not the strongest book of the series but still a must read to keep up with the story line. From the last book to this a lot has happen which was tied in with Infinite Crises story arc. It would seem the Spectre has been on the rampage and much turmoil has happen. Dr. Fate missing in action but without having to invest in all the other stories in the IC story arc this book is rather disjointed and empty.
  • Malalanim
yes thank you
This is the connector stories between epic events. It's pretty much just for those collectors who want a complete collection.