The beginnings of the JSA were already discussed before, so let's jump right in to the other charter members of the team!
the Hawkman Companion by Doug Zawisa (under an incredible cover by Cliff Chiang).
Man of Dreams
kid heroes) and Adventure Comics #40-102.
unlike House of Mystery.
Count Vertigo, Uncle Sam and more. Never a boring read, a series of stories about what drives a man to do what he does, and where vengeance comes from. A series well worth reading, and showcasing how the Spectre was one character from More Fun Comics to the end of this series, where Jim Corrigan gives up the ghost.
All these stories were great when they came out, and well worth tracking down (and will likely be explored more in depth as time and space permit...).
Man of Steel
married Lois Lane. The running adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Superman also had a few visits from members of the Justice Society, like Batman, Green Lantern and Johnny Thunder during their run in Superman Family, as well as helping to define early Superman traits, like Clark working for the Daily Star and facing a Luthor with red hair, which also happened during the 1970s run of All-Star Comics and the 1980s retro comic, All-Star Squadron! Sadly, during the Golden Age, Superman didn't interact much with his fellow DC stars...only making two appearances in All-Star Comics as an honorary JSA (All-Star Comics #7 and #36), and the Golden Age Superman's adventures until Action Comics #208, Superman #114 and World's Finest Comics #70 (more or less, with some adventures being those of the Earth-1 Superman, such as his first team-up with Batman in Superman #76).
There are still more heroes to come, as the Justice Society added to its ranks over the years as well, with heroes like Johnny Thunder, Dr. Mid-Nite, Starman, Wonder Woman, Wildcat, Mr. Terrific and more!