Justice Society of America (1985 mini-series) #1-4 [SET] — America vs. The Justice Society

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Was the Justice Society Guilty of Treason During World War II? 

Are they Guilty of Covering it Up still to this Day? 

The Discovery of the Late Batman's Secret Diary has brought the Members of The Justice Society of America to Stand Trial before the United States Congress! 

 

 

Collecting the four-issue mini-series. 

 


America vs. The Justice Society (1985 mini-series) #1 (of 4)
By Roy Thomas & Rafael Kayanan. 
“I Accuse” 
The discovery of a diary written in Batman's own hand naming the Justice Society as conscious conspirators with Adolf Hitler causes Congress to summon the JSA for an investigation and accounting, and Robin and the Huntress find themselves on separate sides of the controversy.
America vs. The Justice Society (1985 mini-series) #2 (of 4)
By Roy Thomas & Mike Hernandez. 
"Trial By Congress"
The hearing of the Justice Society begins, but the Spectre crashes it to offer his old friends sanctuary on another world, and possibly to threaten their accusers with death.
America vs. The Justice Society (1985 mini-series) #3 (of 4)
By Roy Thomas & Mike Hernandez. 
“Hostile Witness”
The Justice Society continues recounting their history for the Congressional hearing, but are astounded when another witness is called on to testify for the prosecution: the Wizard.
America vs. The Justice Society (1985 mini-series) #4 (of 4)
By Roy Thomas & Mike Hernandez. 
“D-Day for Degaton" 
As the Congressional hearing on the Justice Society comes to a close, Dick Grayson begins to deduce the truth behind the Batman diaries, just as Per Degaton emerges to play his masterstroke.