That Time Batman Teamed with the JSA: CSI: SVU Miami Vegas Chicago P.D.

Batman - illuminated by the light of the emerald Green Lantern.
Batman – illuminated by the light of the emerald Green Lantern.

When crimes are committed against metahumans, ordinary police are no use. Highly skilled investigators known as the Justice Society of America represent the people in the never-ending quest for truth, justice and a reasonably priced taco plate.

Ching Ching!

It’s not Dick Wolf. It’s “JSA” No. 31, cover date February 2002. The villain Shakedown is dead, his 700-pound body splayed in an alley. The geomorph metahuman was capable of triggering earthquake-style vibrations and was practically invulnerable. Who could have possibly killed this giant?

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When Titans Clash! And Crash! And Break Lots of Things!

Spider-Man vs. Luke Cage
Spider-Man vs. Luke Cage

Sometimes you just want to see your favorite heroes pound each other to sand.

One of the key things that separated the Marvel Universe from the DC Universe right through the ’70s: Marvel’s heroes punched first and asked questions later.

It was a grand tradition harkening to the Golden Age of Comics when Marvel was Timely Comics and the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner waged war over Manhattan in a series of thrilling duels.

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