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All-Star Comics (1940) #57

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-10-07 12:04:05 monster54321 Notes The last appearance of the Justice Society of America. Their next appearance is in The Flash #137. This is the last issue of All Star Comics the next issue becomes All Star Western Comics #58. The series continues in 1976 with All Star Comics #58. ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so. The last Golden Age appearance of the Justice Society of America. Their next appearance occurs 12 years later in The Flash #137 (June 1963). This is the last issue of All Star Comics the next issue becomes All Star Western Comics #58. The series continues in 1976 with All Star Comics #58. ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so.
2007-12-16 15:49:25 ccl080673 Notes The last appearance of the Justice Society of America. ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so. The last appearance of the Justice Society of America. Their next appearance is in The Flash #137. This is the last issue of All Star Comics the next issue becomes All Star Western Comics #58. The series continues in 1976 with All Star Comics #58. ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so.
2007-12-16 05:06:37 ccl080673 Name The Mystery Of The Vanishing Detectives
2007-12-16 05:06:37 ccl080673 Tagline The Justice Society Of America's Crime-Case 'Round The World - - "The Mystery Of The Vanishing Detectives!"
2007-12-16 05:04:46 ccl080673 Added Creator Arthur F. 'Art' Peddy
2007-12-16 05:04:46 ccl080673 Added Creator Bernard Sachs
2007-12-16 05:04:46 ccl080673 Pagecount 48
2007-12-16 05:04:46 ccl080673 Notes ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so. The last appearance of the Justice Society of America. ADMIN NOTE: There is some dispute in the research over the editor of issues 42-57. I'm entering Ellsworth as the tentative editor, but it could also be Julius Schwartz. If you can settle this question definitively, preferably by actually looking at the books in question, please feel free to do so.

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