(January 2009)

DC, 2009 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
3.99 USD; 3.99 CAD
Pages
56
On-sale Date
2008-11-26
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC [swirl]
Barcode
761941277868 00111
Editing
Michael Siglain; Harvey Richards (assistant editor)
Color
color
Dimensions
standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock
glossy cover
Binding
saddle-stitched
Publishing Format
one-shot

Issue Notes

Title on cover: Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom. Also, number on cover, but not in indicia.
This issue has variants:
Parts of this issue are reprinted:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

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

Pencils
Alex Ross (painted)
Inks
Alex Ross (painted)
Colors
Alex Ross (painted)
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice Society of America [Hourman [Rick Tyler]; Amazing-Man [Markus Clay]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Mr. America [Jeffrey Graves]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Damage; Cyclone; Thunderbolt; Starman [Thom Kallor]; Lightning [Jennifer Pierce]; Superman (of Earth-22); Stargirl; Liberty Belle [Jesse Chambers]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Judomaster [Sonia Sato]; Citizen Steel; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Jakeem Thunder; Wildcat [Tommy Bronson]; Obsidian; Mr. Terrific [Michael Holt]; Sandman [Sandy Hawkins]; Power Girl; Dr. Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross]]; Gog
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Indexer Notes

Mr. Terrific and Sandman are mostly obscured by the UPC box.

The Kingdom (Table of Contents: 1)

Justice Society of America / comic story / 36 pages (report information)

Script
Geoff Johns (story, writer); Alex Ross (story)
Pencils
Fernando Pasarin
Inks
Mick Gray; Jack Purcell; Norm Rapmund; Fernando Pasarin
Colors
Hi-Fi
Letters
Rob Leigh

Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice Society of America [Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Citizen Steel; Amazing-Man [Markus Clay]; Judomaster [Sonia Sato]; Damage; Magog [David Reid]; Wildcat [Tommy Bronson]; Sandman [Sandy Hawkins]; Stargirl; Cyclone; Jennifer Pierce [Lightning]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross]; Starman [Thom Kallor]; Mr. Terrific [Michael Holt]; Superman (of Earth-22); Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Power Girl; Hourman [Rick Tyler]; Liberty Belle [Jesse Chambers]; Jakeem Thunder]; Gog; Frankie; Nite-Lite; Atom-Smasher; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Eclipso [Alex Montez] (cameo, flashback); Nemesis [Soseh Mykros] (cameo, flashback); Black Adam (cameo, flashback); Brainwave, Jr. (cameo, flashback); Northwind
Synopsis
When Gog pauses for a day of rest, Damage returns to New York to spread the good news about Gog's work. Stargirl recruits Atom-Smasher to pound some sense into Damage, but Damage refuses to see the danger in his blind faith. Meanwhile, Sandman discovers that Gog presents a very real and imminent threat to the planet itself.
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Indexer Notes

Starman uses the alias "Danny Blaine," which he formerly used during appearances in the Jack Knight Starman series.

Earth-2's Justice Society Infinity (Table of Contents: 2)

Justice Society of America / illustration / 2 pages (report information)

Pencils
Jerry Ordway
Inks
Jerry Ordway
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Justice Society Infinity [Northwind; Thunderbolt; Huntress; Hourwoman; Sandman; Hawkgirl; Hawkman; Spectre; Johnny Thunder; Atom; Dr. Fate; Wildcat; Fury; Silver Scarab; Nuklon; Robin; Flash; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl; Brainwave, Jr.; Jade; Obsidian; Dr. Midnight] (of Earth-2)
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Indexer Notes

This is the first appearance of Hourwoman and this Sandman and there is nothing to indicate who the people inside the costumes are.

Editing
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Justice Society of America
  2. 1. The Kingdom
    Justice Society of America
  3. 2. Earth-2's Justice Society Infinity
    Justice Society of America
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