"Brand New Day": Jay Garrick takes Jesse Chambers on a tour of the new JSA brownstone, the previous being destroyed in the events of JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice. Jesse ends her tour by meeting Hourman II. Dr. Fate speaks with Dove II before she leaves to find the new Hawk. Cave Carson, Dr. Mid-nite
- You framed a man named Charles Durham for a murder he didn't commit. Durham was electrocuted unjustly. He must be avenged.
Appearing in "Brand New Day"
- Al Pratt (In a photograph only)
- Alex Montez
- Bruce Gordon
- Cave Carson
- Director Bones
- Johnny Chambers (Statue only)
- Johnny Sorrow (Statue only)
- Star-Spangled Kid (Statue only)
- Roulette (Statue only)
- New York City
- D.E.O Meta-Human Health Care Facility #58
- Office of Dr. Bruce Gordon
- New York apartment building
Synopsis for "Brand New Day"
Jay Garrick takes Jesse Chambers on a tour of the new JSA brownstone, the previous being destroyed in the events of JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice. Jesse ends her tour by meeting Hourman II. Dr. Fate speaks with Dove II before she leaves to find the new Hawk. Cave Carson, Dr. Mid-nite II and Mr. Terrific II analyze the area in NYC where Sand entered the ground in Virtue and Vice. Alan Scott, Jennie Lynn-Scott and Molly Scott check in on Todd Rice at a DEO Metahuman facility, finding that the former Obsidian has finally recovered. Jakeem Thunder and Johnny Thunder (in his form as the Thunderbolt) bond, but Jakeem is suspicious of Captain Marvel's budding friendship with Stargirl. Dr. Bruce Gordon argues with Alex Montez, who has not destroyed the black diamonds of Eclipso but rather has injected them into his skin. Black Adam offers Montez a chance to make the world a better place, and the two depart. Wildcat and Power Girl team-up to face Khandaqui terrorists, but are interrupted by the Crimson Avenger II who shoots Power Girl and then shoots Wildcat.
- This book was first published on September 10, 2003.
- This issue was reprinted in JSA Omnibus Vol. 2
- This issue occurs some time after the events of JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice.
- The JSA museum includes statues of Johnny Sorrow, Extant, Roulette, Hourman I, Star Spangled Kid, Mr. Terrific I, Dr. Mid-nite I, Robotman I, Johnny Quick and Crimson Avenger I. Captain Triumph is also mentioned.
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- Justice Society of America article at Wikipedia
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- JSA series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- Justice Society Fact File
- Justice Society Index at Dark Mark's Indexing Domain
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