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This page contains information about All-Star Comics (Volume 1) . All-Star Comics was a ongoing comic book series most famous for being the title in which the Justice Society of America, the first superhero team, debuted in the third issue. The superheroes r
All-Star Comics Vol 1: (1940-1978)
(published by All-American Publications)

This page contains a list of all comics in the series including items such as trade paperback books, magazines, and other items of interest. If you have found a comic or item that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list.

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All-Star Comics (Volume 1)


Total Issues
74

Dates Published




All-Star Comics was a ongoing comic book series most famous for being the title in which the Justice Society of America, the first superhero team, debuted in the third issue. The superheroes represented were then properties of both All-American Publications and National Periodical Publications in a joint venture spearheaded by All American.

All Star Comics also introduced Wonder Woman and showcased new superheroes like Starman, Doctor Mid-Nite, Black Canary, Mister Terrific, and Wildcat. The stories focusing on the JSA were told in segments in which hero was allowed to investigate or fight on their own, and then the team would come together in the final segment to take on the threat together. If a hero became significantly popular in All Star Comics, they left the book and the Justice Society in order to headline their own (i.e., Alan Scott's Green Lantern for Green Lantern Vol 1).

All Star Comics was canceled in 1951 as superhero comics faded from popularity, and it was replaced by All Star Western; however, the 1970s nostalgia for the Justice Society saw the book brought back.

Issues

1-50

51-74

1976 revival



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