I'll be sad to close the door on our House Ads, but I've got something fantastic and bombastic planned for 365 Days in 2014. In the words of Rocket J. Squirrel, now here's something we hope you'll really like! You can put your guesses and suggestions in the comments for that as well, although remember, this is not the Legion of Super-Heroes Election and I am not prone to bribery on behalf of Ultra Lad. This is a not a voting procedure, so please, no wagering.
House ad for Justice League of America (1960 series) #110 (March-April 1974); printed in Batman #255 (March-April 1974)
Ad designed and lettered by Gaspar Saladino (?)
JLA #110 includes a reprint of '67's JLA #51, which featured the final chapter of the Zatanna-Search storyline, aptly named "ZAs in Zatannaand Zero Hour!" Unknown to DC, however, Zero Hour would not actually take place until 1994, twenty-seven years later. Still, Z is for Zatanna, unless of course she's introducting herself to you, in which case A si rof Annataz.
Cover of Justice League of America (1960 series) #51 (February 1967), pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by Joe Giella, letters by Ira Schnapp
In this exciting full-length novel-sized story, a lengthy epic of...oh, who am I kidding? Zatanna coulda just done this:
Panel from JLA #51, script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by Sid Greene, letters by Gaspar Saladino
YOU COULD DO THAT ALL ALONG FOR ETEP'S SAKE ZATANNA
Also featured in this story: Zatanna standin' around admiring their feats while the male Leaguers do all the dirty work: