The only other JSA Titles in the library are a few original All Star Comics and JSA.
All Star has a certain amount of charm. I bought the last issue 57, and was happy I did, but it has nowhere the characterization and dynamics of current comics. Tractor Hawkman flew and the Flash ran, but often everybody just walked. It didn’t effect the plot.
JSA had the wrong members Hippoloyta and Starman did not belong there.
In Justice Society there was the right mix. Some were very young, others some experience, or decades of experience. Everybody wanted to be there. It was a big team but that allowed Geoff to use all or few as he wanted. The big three, Jay Garrick, Alan Scott and Wildcat deserved their positions as competent elders if I remember Shaman had feeling for Stargirl, but could not reveal his real age, so he had to leave. Black Adam was there for a while, serving the purpose of Nanor in some Marvel comics. And he worked in Kingdom Code Superman well. I did not like the Power Girl interlude on Earth 2,.especially how the Huntress was depicted