Well hello there JSA and Justice League Book Clubs. Tally-ho.
For sure I’d say an exciting, historical meeting takes place.
JLA #21+#22 Summary
It was fun reading about the JSA taking on The Fiddler, The Wizard, and The Icicle since it reminded me of the first season of Stargirl.
Also a pretty smart strategy in moving to another earth to enjoy their winnings from their crime exploits.
I found Felix Faust’s incantations to be pretty amusing.
Reading about a great sphere of vibratory energy on the rim of twin earths is very interesting. It also made a lot of sense that the Fiddler would recognize the pitch needed to vibrate to different earths.
Catching both Barry and Jay in vibratory prisons was a good plan.
Hourman having a radio belt is very interesting. Nice counter to The Fiddler’s violin playing.
Seeing Wonder Woman tunnel her and Batman out reminds me of the times that Superman has also tunneled his way out of a predicament.
I find that Superman with his time puns are funny.
Not sure if the Crime Syndicate of Earth 3 would be very welcoming for these crime champions since they might think they would be stepping onto their turf.
JLA #82-83 Summary
It’s funny that we learn what the cause of Superman’s “sickness” is before the heroes do and pointed out by this caption panel. I find it always fun reading captions like these.
Black Canary from Earth 2 coming to live on our earth is interesting considering from the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover on the CW that is exactly what Black Siren did.
Her wanting to end herself because she thought she was the cause of the problems between the two worlds was tough since we knew she wasn’t the cause of it.
Having The Spectre show up as one of the characters was nice since from our rewards program I started reading more about The Spectre.
I like both stories as they had fun moments I could pick out from both. If I had to go with one though… I’d have to pick JLA #82-83 only by a small margin.
The story seemed to be on a much larger scale with the implications of the worlds colliding together rather than breaking out of the traps set by the Crime Champions in the first story. It also reminded me of parts of Crisis on Infinite Earths where the worlds did actually come together for a bit of time.
I would have to say it’s a tie between Felix Faust and his incantations and Jay.