JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA VOL. 1, #128-130, 135-137: Marty Pasko


Another entirely forgettable run by a guy who has written a TON of comics and comic-related cartoons. Pasko is one of those guys who had lots of work in the 1970s, but nobody remembers anything he did.

Kinda like artist Dick Dillin, who by this time has been drawing JLA since issue #64. This may the longest run any creator has ever had on a comic. And his work is still perfectly good.

Anyway, Marty gave Dick the chance to draw that nifty map of the new satellite and the 14th annual JLA/JSA teamup, this time with the heroes of Earth-S. The S stands for Shazam, so it’s all the dudes DC bought from Fawcett Comics (Bulletman and girl, Spy Smasher, Ibis, Mister Scarlet and Pinky) in their first appearance since the Golden Age.



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