Justice Society Members: All Timelines

» FIRST APPEARANCE:  All-Star Comics #3 (Winter 1940)
Origin: DC Special #29 (Sept. 1977)
Post-Crisis origin: Secret Origins #31 (Nov. 1988)

The following is a list of members for the Justice Society that spans both its original continuity and that after the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Prior to Crisis, the JSA resided on Earth-Two and their membership included the original Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Robin and Huntress. After Crisis, all parallel Earths were merged into one and those five "duplicate heroes" were eliminated from the timeline.

This list does not include all members of the offshoot group, Infinity, Inc. or the All-Star Squadron, but does include all members of the JSA All-Stars.

Statuses indicate the circumstances at the end of this era, prior to Flashpoint.

Member (Real Name) Joined Status & Info
1. The Atom (Albert "Al" Pratt) DC Special #29 (Sept. 1977) Deceased Zero Hour #3 (Sept. 1994).
1. Batman (Bruce Wayne) Deceased Adventure Comics #462 (Apr. 1979); retconned away
1. Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson, Nabu) Deceased (with Inza) Book of Fate #1 (Feb. 1997); active
1. The Flash (Jay Garrick) Active in the JSA.
1. Green Lantern (Alan Scott aka Sentinel) Deceased Justice Society of America vol. 3 #54 (Oct. 2011)
1. Hawkman (Carter Hall) Died Hawkman #13 (Sept. 1994); reincarnated JSA #23 (June 2001); killed Blackest Night #1 (Sept. 2009); resurrected Blackest Night #8 (May 2010)
1. Hourman (Rex Tyler) Deceased Zero Hour #3 (Sept. 1994). Saved from his "death" JSA #66 (Dec. 2004).
1. Sandman (Wesley Dodds) Deceased JSA Secret Files #1 (Aug. 1999)
1. The Spectre (James Brendan Corrigan) Corrigan deceased Spectre vol. 3 #62 (Feb. 1998)
1. Superman (Kal-L, Clark Kent) Deceased Infinite Crisis #7 (June 2006)
—. Red Tornado (Mathilda Hunkel) never official; appeared All-Star #3 (Winter 1940) Active as the JSA's museum curator
11. Johnny Thunderbolt (Johnny Thunder II & Yz) All-Star Comics #6 (Aug./Sept. 1941) Active in the JSA. Johnny's body died prior to JSA #32 (Mar. 2002) but his mind has merged with the Thunderbolt.
12. Starman (Ted Knight) All-Star Comics #8 (Dec. 1940/Jan. 1941) Deceased Starman #72 (Dec. 2000)
12. Doctor Mid-Nite (Doctor Charles McNider aka Starman II) Deceased Zero Hour #2 (Sept. 1994)
14. Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) All-Star Comics #12 (Aug./Sept. 1942) Left for Olympus, Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 (Mar. 1986); retconned away
15. Miss America (Joan Dale Trevor aka Miss Cosmos) Young All-Stars Annual #1 (1988) Retcon; Earth-0 membership in question; active in adventuring
16. Hippolyta (aka Wonder Woman III) Wonder Woman, vol. 2 #133 (May 1998) Retcon; semi-active in adventuring. See Notes.
17. Mister Terrific (Terry Sloane) All-Star Comics #24 (Spring 1945) Deceased Justice League of America #171 (Oct. 1979)
17. Wildcat (Ted Grant) Active in the JSA
19. Black Canary (Diana Drake Lance) All-Star Comics #41 (June/July 1948) Deceased Secret Origins #50 (Aug. 1990)
20. Hawkgirl (Shiera Saunders Hall) sometime before Justice League of America #21 (Aug. 1963) Deceased Zero Hour #3 (Sept. 1994); reincarnated as Kendra Saunders, as revealed in JSA #22 (May 2001); resurrected Blackest Night #8 (May 2010)
Silver Age
21. Robin (Dick Grayson) Justice League of America #55 (Aug. 1967) Deceased Crisis on Infinie Earths #12 (Mar. 1986)
22. Red Tornado II (the Tornado Champion, the Tornado Tyrant aka John Smith) Justice League of America #65 (Sept. 1968) Active in adventuring
23. Power Girl (Kara Zor-L aka Karen Starr) All-Star Comics #58 (Jan./Feb. 1976) Active in the JSA
23. Skyman (Sylvester Pemberton, Jr. aka Star-Spangled Kid) Deceased Infinity Inc. #51 (June 1988)
25. Huntress II (Helena Wayne) All-Star Comics #72 (May/June 1978) Deceased Crisis on Infinie Earths #12 (Mar. 1986)
—. Johnny Quick (Johnny Chambers) not official; assisted in Justice Society of America vol. 2 #3-10 (1992–1993) Deceased The Flash vol. 2 #112 (Apr. 1996)
JSA Title Begins
Member (Real Name) Joined Status & Info
26. Atom-Smasher (Albert Rothstein, Nuklon) JSA #2 (Sept. 1999) Active
26. Black Canary II (Dinah Laurel Lance) Active
26. Hourman III (Matthew Tyler) Deceased JSA #66 (Dec. 2004); active
26. Sand (Sanderson Hawkins, Sandy the Golden Boy, Sandman IV) Uncertain
26. Starman VII (Jack Knight) Retired from adventuring
31. Doctor Fate IV (Hector Hall, Silver Scarab, Sandman III) JSA #4 (Nov. 1999) Deceased JSA #80 (Feb. 2006)
31. Hawkgirl II (Kendra Shiera Saunders) Killed Blackest Night #1 (Sept. 2009); active
31. Stargirl (Courtney Whitmore, Star-Spangled Kid II) Active in the JSA
34. Mister Terrific II (Michael Holt) JSA #11 (June 2000) Active
34. Doctor Mid-Nite II (Doctor Pieter Cross) Active in the JSA
36. Jakeem Thunder (Jakeem Johnny Williams) JSA Secret Files #2 (Sept. 2001) Active in the JSA
—. The JSA Auxiliary: Air Wave II, Black Condor II, Doctor Occult, Iron Munro, Jade, Nemesis, Phantom Lady II, the Patriot, The Ray II, Shining Knight, S.T.R.I.P.E., Vigilante I and Vigilante V JSA: Our Worlds at War #1 (Sept. 2001) Black Condor, Jade, Nemesis, Phantom Lady and Vigilante I deceased
37. Black Adam (Thet-Adam, Theo Adam) JSA #29 (Dec. 2001) Active
38. Captain Marvel (Billy Batson, Marvel) unofficial JSA #33;
official JSA #37 (Aug. 2002)
38. Hourman II (Rick Tyler) Active in the JSA
—. Crimson Avenger III (Jill Carlyle) unofficial members,
JSA #33 (Apr. 2002)
—. Icicle II (Cameron Mahkent) Active in villainy
"THY KINGDOM COME": Justice Society of America vol. 3
Member (Real Name) Joined Status & Info
40. Liberty Belle II (Jesse Belle Chambers, Jesse Quick) before Justice Society of America vol. 3 #1 (Feb. 2007) Uncertain
40. Obsidian (Todd James Rice) Active in the JSA
42. Cyclone (Maxine Hunkel) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #1 (Feb. 2007) Uncertain
42. Damage (Grant Emerson) Killed Blackest Night #4 (Dec. 2009); revived after Infinite Frontier
42. Starman VIII (Thom Kallor, Star Boy I) Returned to the 31st century
45. Tomcat (Tom Bronson, Wildcat III) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #4 (Apr. 2007) Uncertain
46. Citizen Steel (Nathan Heywood) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #7 (Aug. 2007) Uncertain
47. Superman of Earth-22 (Kal-El, Clark Kent) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #11 (Dec. 2007) Returned to Earth-22
48. Amazing-Man III (Marcus Clay) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #12 (Mar. 2008) Uncertain
48. Judomaster III (Sonia Sato) Uncertain
48. Magog (Lance Corporal David Reid) Killed by Max Lord, Justice League: Generation Lost #13 (Jan. 2011)
48. Lightning II (Jennifer Pierce) Uncertain
52. Mr. America III (Jeffrey Graves) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #13 (Apr. 2008) Uncertain
—. "All-American Kid II" (Jeremy Karne, aka Kid Karnevil) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #29 (Sept. 2009) A villain; joined under false pretenses
53. King Chimera (unrevealed) Uncertain
54. Doctor Fate V (Dr. Kent V. Nelson) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #30 (Oct. 2009) Uncertain
Member (Real Name) Joined Status & Info

Roxy (none)

JSA All-Stars #2 (Mar. 2010) Uncertain
56. Anna Fortune (unrevealed) JSA All-Stars #5 (June 2010) Uncertain
57. Blue Devil (Daniel Cassidy) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #46 (Feb. 2011) Active
58. Darknight II (unrevealed) Justice Society of America vol. 3 #49 (May 2011) Uncertain
58. Manhunter VI (Katherine Spencer) Uncertain
58. Red Beetle (Sara Butters) Uncertain
58. Ri (unrevealed) Uncertain

About Rebirth

The Justice Society was banished from continuity during the New 52 (2011–2016). Although "Rebirth" began in 2016, the team was not revived right away but after the events of Doomsday Clock and Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020–2021).

After many cameos and guest appearances by former members, the team officially reformed in contemporary continuity in Dark Crisis #3, which led into the "New Golden Age" event.

» SEE ALSO: The Lost Children of the Golden Age

Member (Real Name) Joined Status & Info
62. Doctor Fate VI (Khalid Nassour) Dark Crisis #3 (Oct. 2022) Active in the JSA
62. Doctor Midnight (Beth Chapel) Deceased Eclipso #13 (Nov. 1993); resurrected by the "Lazarus Planet" event
62. Jade (Jennie-Lynn Hayden) Active in the JSA
62. Wildcat II (Yolanda Montez) Deceased Eclipso #13 (Nov. 1993); resurrected by the "Lazarus Planet" event

Justice Society Dark

Little is known about this World War II-era team. It was mentioned in Justice Society of America vol. 4 #2 (Mar. 2023), when Dr. Fate and Salem were searching Slaughter Swamp for but its only known member was Mister Miracle (Thaddeus Brown). He mentioned the team and two other members, Zatara and Diamond Jack.

The identity of that latter character is uncertain; there were a few obscure Golden Age characters called Diamond Jack, including one from Fawcett Comics.

Alternate Realities

Future Justice Society

The Huntress redeems a group of villains: the Mist III, Icicle, Solomon Grundy, Harlequin's Son, Red Lantern and Gentleman Ghost. From The New Golden Age #1 (Jan. 2023); by Geoff Johns and Mikel Janin.

26 years in the future, the Huntress (daughter of Batman and Catwoman) is forced to assemble a Society made of reformed villains, her "Redeemers." (The New Golden Age #1, Jan. 2023)

In this timeline, the only surviving members of the JSA proper were Power Girl and Doctor Fate, but then they are all killed by Per Degaton. This was a lead-in to the relaunch of Justice Society of America vol. 4 (2023).

The "Redeemers"
Member (Real Name) Joined First appearance
The Huntress II(Helena Wayne) The New Golden Age #1 (Jan. 2023) The New Golden Age #1 (Jan. 2023); historial: DC Super Stars #17 (Nov./Dec. 1977)
Gentleman Ghost (Jim Craddock) Flash Comics #88 (Oct. 1947)
Icicle II (Cameron Mahkent) Son of the original Icicle; Infinity Inc. #34 (Jan. 1987)
Harlequin's Son (Michael Mayne) Son of the original Harlequin; The New Golden Age #1 (Jan. 2023)
The Mist III (Kyle Knight) Son of Starman Jack Knight; Starman vol. 2 #38 (Jan. 1998, as an infant)
Ruby (Ruby Sokov) Daughter of the original Red Lantern; The New Golden Age #1 (Jan. 2023)
Solomon Grundy All-American Comics #61 (Oct. 1944)

Justice Society Infinity: Alternate Earth-Two

Portrait of the Justice Society Infinity, from JSA Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom (Jan. 2009); by Jerry Ordway.

After Infinite Crisis, Earth-Two was apparently restored and during the intervening years, the JSA had merged with Infinity, inc. to form Justice Society Infinity. In this group's appearance, the JSI members who migrated from Infinity, Inc. appeared to be from a time up to the Crisis on Infinite Earths. The Silver Scarab and Star-Spangled Kid wear their original uniforms, and both are still alive. This suggests that at the very least, Infinity, Inc. #31-53 (1986–88) do not belong in this timeline.

New members include an "Hour Girl" (identity unrevealed) and Sandman II (Sanderson Hawkins).