The Golden Age [Second Printing]
(1995)

DC, 1995 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
19.95 USD; 27.95 CAD
Pages
204
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC [bullet]; Elseworlds
ISBN
1-56389-203-0 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
761941204512 00112
Editing
Archie Goodwin (group editor and editor, original miniseries); Bob Kahan (editor - collected edition); Bill Kaplan (associate editor - original miniseries); Jim Spivey (associate editor - original miniseries)
Color
color
Dimensions
standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock
cardstock cover; glossy interior
Binding
softcover
Publishing Format
collected edition

Issue Notes

This issue is a variant of The Golden Age (DC, 1995 series) . There exist further variants:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Justice Society of America / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Paul Smith (credited)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
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Introduction (Table of Contents: 1)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Howard Chaykin (credited)
Pencils
Paul Smith (credited) (illustrations)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited) (illustrations)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited) (illustrations)
Letters
typeset

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

Justice Society of America / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Paul Smith (credited)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice Society of America [Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Atom [Al Pratt]]
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

Justice Society of America / comic story / 45 pages (report information)

Script
James Robinson (credited)
Pencils
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
The early '40s.
Genre
superhero
Characters
Black Condor [Richard Grey, Jr.]; Thunderbolt; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Uncle Sam; Ray [Happy Terrill]; Sargon; Shining Knight; Johnny Thunder; Midnight; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Mr. America [Tex Thompson]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Liberty Belle [Libby Lawrence]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Black Canary [Dinah Drake]; Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight]; Blackhawk; Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Tarantula; Captain Triumph; Plastic Man; Guardian [Jim Harper]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Justice Society of America [Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Atom [Al Pratt]]; Doll Man; Mr. Terrific [Terry Sloane]; TNT; Dan the Dyna-Mite; Mr. America [Ultra-Humanite]; Parsifal; Icicle [Joar Mahkent]; Bob Daley; Harry S. Truman
Synopsis
After the war, as most costumed heroes settle into private lives, Tex Thompson returns from Europe to begin a political career and makes plans to create a super-hero to defend against the Soviet threat. After Al Pratt is deemed unsuitable, Thompson seeks out the former Dan the Dyna-Mite for the job. Meanwhile, Paul Kirk returns from Europe haunted by his dreams, and is now the man being hunted.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

Justice Society of America / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Paul Smith (credited)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Dynaman [Adolf Hitler]
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2 (Table of Contents: 5)

Justice Society of America / comic story / 45 pages (report information)

Script
James Robinson (credited)
Pencils
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Chambers [Johnny Quick]; Al Pratt [Atom]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Daniel Dunbar [Dan the Dyna-Mite]; Libby Lawrence [Liberty Belle]; Jonathan Law [Tarantula]; Ted Knight [Starman]; Alan Scott [Green Lantern]; Johnny Thunder; Thunderbolt; Joan Dale [Miss Liberty]; Lance Gallant [Captain Triumph]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Paula Brooks [Tigress]; Bob Daley; Paul Kirk [Manhunter]; Tex Thompson [Ultra-Humanite]; Dynaman [Adolf Hitler]; Sportsmaster [Lawrence Crock]; Abe Story; Fay
Synopsis
Tex Thompson transforms Daniel Dunbar into Dynaman and introduces him to the nation. Later Paula Brooks, the former Tigress, joins Thompson's team. Elsewhere, Bob Daley runs into Paul Kirk and helps him survive another attempt on his life.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

Justice Society of America / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Paul Smith (credited)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Manhunter [Paul Kirk]
Reprints

3 (Table of Contents: 7)

Justice Society of America / comic story / 44 pages (report information)

Script
James Robinson (credited)
Pencils
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Libby Lawrence [Liberty Belle]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Johnny Chambers [Johnny Quick]; Alan Scott [Green Lantern]; Lance Gallant [Captain Triumph]; Paula Brooks [Tigress]; Joan Dale [Miss America]; Jonathan Law [Tarantula]; Al Pratt [Atom]; Johnny Thunder; Carter Hall [Hawkman]; Shiera Sanders [Hawkgirl]; Bob Daley; Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Ted Knight [Starman]; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Black Canary [Dinah Drake]; Dynaman [Adolf Hitler]; Tex Thompson [Ultra-Humanite]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Parsifal; Doris Day; Henry Brown; James Forrestal
Synopsis
As Bob Daley and Carter Hall help Paul Kirk remember that he saw the Ultra-Humanite's brain being transferred into Tex Thompson's body, Joan Dale, Lance Gallant, and Paula Brooks read Tex's diary and discover that secret and more. Paula contacts Johnny Chambers, who is skeptical until Carter Hall calls and confirms the news.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 8)

Justice Society of America / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Paul Smith (credited)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Tigress [Paula Brooks]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Dynaman [Adolf Hitler]
Reprints

4 (Table of Contents: 9)

Justice Society of America / comic story / 46 pages (report information)

Script
James Robinson (credited)
Pencils
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Inks
Paul Smith (credited as Paul Martin Smith)
Colors
Richard Ory (credited)
Letters
John Costanza (credited)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Tigress [Paula Brooks]; Captain Triumph [Lance Gallant]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Bob Daley; Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Tarantula [Jonathan Law]; Liberty Belle [Libby Lawrence]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Miss America [Joan Dale]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Black Condor [Richard Grey, Jr.]; Neon, the Unknown; Ray [Happy Terrill]; Plastic Man; Quicksilver; Jester; Sargon; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Black Canary [Dinah Drake]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Stripesy; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Guardian [Jim Harper]; Air Wave [Larry Jordan]; The Whip; Mr. Terrific [Terry Sloane]; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight]; Zatara; Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln]; Thunderbolt; Crimson Avenger [Lee Travis]; Captain Comet; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Magno, the Magnetic Man; Hercules; Doll Man; Doll Girl; Stormy Foster; Harlequin [Molly Mayne]; Psycho Pirate; Fiddler; The Gambler; Atom [Al Pratt]; Captain X; Johnny Thunder; Red Bee; Red Torpedo; The Spider; Firebrand [Rod Reilly]; Merry, Girl of 1,000 Gimmicks; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Shining Knight; Blue Beetle [Dan Garrett]; Gay Ghost; Animal Man; Elongated Man; Hawk [Hank Hall]; Dove [Don Hall]; Metamorpho; Creeper; The Doom Patrol [Robotman [Cliff Steele]; Negative Man; Elasti-Girl; The Chief]; Adam Strange; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Martian Manhunter; Challengers of the Unknown [Rocky Davis; Prof Haley; Red Ryan; Ace Morgan]; Flash [Barry Allen]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Dynaman [Adolf Hitler]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Tex Thompson [Ultra-Humanite]; Tubby Watts
Synopsis
Those who know the truth about Tex Thompson and Dynaman plot to expose them at a Presidentially-requested gathering of heroes in Washington. But before they can make their move, Miss America announces that Thompson is the Ultra-Humanite. As Hell breaks loose, Hourman reveals that Dynaman is also really Adolf Hitler. The heroes try to take down Hitler, but need the help of a new kind of hero.
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Table of Contents
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    Justice Society of America
  2. 1. Introduction
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  4. 3. ["The early '40s."]
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  6. 5. 2
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