If it's not evident by my signature pic, I'm a fan of the Justice Society of America from DC Comics. I've always been fascinated by the fact that DC is still publishing characters they first put into print almost 70 years ago. Sure, Superman and Batman have been going that long, but technically they aren't the same Superman and Batman that were first introduced and published in the late 30s. Characters like Jay Garrick (the Flash) and Alan Scott (the Green Lantern) are the same, and are the originals, who are still alive and active all these years later. Unlike most comics characters, they've been tied to WW2 and allowed to age, rather than being stuck in "the present" like the majority of comic book super heroes. I got into the Justice Society with the mini-series back in the early 90s, followed by the way too short-lived series drawn by Mike Parobeck. I was pretty disgusted by what they did to the team in Zero Hour. Shortly after that I dropped comics collecting for a number of years. Having recently gotten back into the habit, I've been catching up on the current series via trade paperback. I've read "The Next Age", the three "Thy Kingdom Come" volumes, and just picked up "The Bad Seed" this past week. I started picking up the monthly book with issue 36. It's a "legacy book", where the few remaining Golden Age heroes train the children and grandchildren of the society's founders. So the team has a good range of ages and character types. I kept meaning to start a thread here and see if anyone else is a fan and is reading, and to discuss current issues when they are out.