Cover to JSA: Classified #1

JSA: Classified is published by DC Comics. Cover price is $2.99.

Publication Dates[edit | edit source]

Last Issue[edit | edit source]

JSA: Classified #38: 29 May 2008

Current Issue[edit | edit source]

JSA: Classified #39: 25 Jun 2008

Next Issue[edit | edit source]

none

Status[edit | edit source]

On-Going monthly. Each story arc will focus on a different character. Final issue is #39.

Characters[edit | edit source]

Main Characters[edit | edit source]

  • Power Girl - Mysterious origin, strange developments with her powers, and a big hole in the front of her costume. All to be resolved in the first JSA: Classified arc.

Allies[edit | edit source]

Enemies[edit | edit source]

  • Psycho-Pirate - Can control people's emotions. Lately seems to have gained the ability to either make people halucinate or alter their reality. Is the only person who remembers the existance of the multiverse before Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Minor Characters[edit | edit source]

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Recent Storylines[edit | edit source]

JSA: Classified #38[edit | edit source]

This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.

JSA: Classified #37[edit | edit source]

Past Storylines[edit | edit source]

JSA: Classified #8[edit | edit source]

Lizard-man-like cult leader The Dragon King somehow has gotten his hands on the Spear of Destiny and is using it to raise an army of super-powered teens. He uses the Spear to try to control The Flash (Jay Garrick), but Jay is able to shake off the effects due to the cult leader's inexperience with the spear. The Flash recruits Wildcat to help and the two of them go to get help from Zatanna, but at Zatanna's house they find her cat-sitter Sheri instead. When Sheri is possesed by the Spear, Wildcat knocks her out and Jay races her to the hospital; but when Jay returns he is fully possessed by the Spear and attacks Wildcat!

JSA: Classified #4[edit | edit source]

"Power Trip" part 4 of 4. The Psycho Pirate reveals Power Girl's true origin to her: that she is from someplace called Earth-2 where she is that world's Superman's cousin. Later, Psycho Pirate reveals that he's working under the orders of Lex Luthor, and Clayface shows up at Kara's apartment, looking for a fight. Continued in Infinite Crisis #2.

JSA: Classified #3[edit | edit source]

"Power Trip Part III of IV" - Power Girl seeks out Huntress to have a girl to girl chat with someone she feels is closer to her own attitude. In the meantime, the Psycho-Pirate assaults Bones (of the DEO), and Flash and Mr Terrific (of the JSA) and sets them against each other. Kara, while chatting with Huntress, is accosted by the Crime Syndicate. But Huntress can't see the CSA attacking, although she feels their attack. As Kara is even more confused by the CSA's claims, various other heroes and villains appear, all claiming to know her real origin. As she finally passes out from the stress, the Psycho-Pirate arrives. When she awakens, he tells her that she'll be happy, as she's survived when worlds died.

JSA: Classified #2[edit | edit source]

Power Girl, moping on the roof of the Daily Planet building, is visited by Jimmy Olsen, and the by the Legion of Super-Heroes, who claim that she is really a Legionnaire from the future named Andromeda. They try to stop her from saving an airplane in trouble, and she eventually does, with the help of Superman & Supergirl, who claim that they could not see The Legion. Power Girl revels that she has a peek-a-boo hole in her costume because she cannot figure out what symbol to put there. At the end, the Psycho-Pirate is revealed to most likely be behind Power Girl's recent troubles and halucinations about her origin.

Power Trip[edit | edit source]

Issues #1-4. Power Girl is confronted with various versions of her origin, until her true origin is revealed to her by the Psycho Pirate (working at the behst of Lex Luthor): That she is from another world called Earth-2 where she is that world's Superman's cousin.

Collections[edit | edit source]

Trade Paperbacks[edit | edit source]

  • Power Girl - Collects #1-4, plus Showcase #97-99 & a story from Secret Origins #11. - WorldCat - ISBN 1401209688
  • JLA Classified: Honor Among Thieves - Collects #5-9. "The Injustice Society reforms with a crazy new mission: break into the JSA's very own headquarters to steal the key of Prometheus! But a flurry of betrayals and the loss of a teammate might threaten any chance that the Injustice Society has." - WorldCat - ISBN 1401212182
  • Hawkgirl: Hawkman Returns - Collects #21-22, plus Hawkgirl #57-60. "The evil Blackfire has made her way to Earth to eliminate Hawkgirl - as she did Hawkwoman - bringing the Rann/Thanagar War very close to home! And worse—Hawkgirl has evidence that Blackfire has already killed Hawkman." - WorldCat - ISBN 1401214886
  • JSA Presents: Green Lantern - Collects #25, 32-33 plus a story from Green Lantern: Brightest Day/Blackest Night. - WorldCat - ISBN 1401219721

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Order Codes[edit | edit source]

These are the order codes and prices as provided by Diamond Distribution. Your local comic shop should be able to order these for you.

  • MAY05 0239 JSA CLASSIFIED #1 $2.50
  • JUN05 0378 JSA CLASSIFIED #2 $2.50
  • JUL05 0239 JSA CLASSIFIED #3 $2.50
  • AUG05 0222 JSA CLASSIFIED #4 $2.50
  • SEP05 0249 JSA CLASSIFIED #5 $2.50
  • OCT05 0257 JSA CLASSIFIED #6 $2.50

Future Publication Dates[edit | edit source]

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