*DC: A surprisingly under-represented period in our previous stock, this massive update of the second half of the JLA’s first century saw many changes and departures; original scripter Gardner Fox left after #65, being replaced by Mike Friedrich and Denny O’Neil, resulting for a time in a writing style that could most charitably be described as ‘histrionic’, culminating in the egregious #89, where a Harlan Ellison avatar guest stars, and the writer breaks the fourth wall to invite the readers to contemplate “the crash-pounding of my creative soul!”. No doubt they were all very sincere at the time. Fortunately, things calmed down a little after that, and the series reverted to decent super-heroics on the run-up to its centennial issue. However, highlights of this period include the reintroduction of the Robin of Earth-2 as an adult member of the JSA, the debut of the second Red Tornado, and the crossing over of Black Canary from Earth-Two to Earth-One, trading in her Justice Society membership for JLA status. This selection are all unstamped Cents copies, and averaging Fine or better grade, with many VF. Every issue from #51-100 now in stock; check out our catalogue for full details.