The DC Multiverse fully bloomed in June 1963…
This week marks the 60th anniversary of the first Justice League-Justice Society team-up — an annual event remembered fondly by all you Silver and Bronze Age types out there. (Justice League of America #21, by Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs, was released June 20, 1963.)
As it happens, our pal Anthony Desiato of the Digging for Kryptonite podcast is launching a summer event — called Red Skies — that explores DC’s Crises from the beginning to Crisis on Infinite Earths — and beyond. I’m flattered to be the first episode guest, discussing the annual JLA-JSA team-ups of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
The ep goes live July 18 and I invite you to join us. (Coincidentally, my summer reading project is all of the Crisis issues.) But in the meantime, dig this 13 COVERS celebration, featuring favorites from artists including Mike Sekowsky, Nick Cardy, George Perez and MORE!
— 13 JLA-JSA COVERS to Make You Feel Good. Click here.
— 13 SUMMER SPLASH PAGES: The JUSTICE LEAGUE Meets the JUSTICE SOCIETY. Click here.