When I picked up the first issue of Earth-2, it was not what I had been anticipating. I've waited about 27 years for a return of Earth-2 to the DC multiverse. It kind of happened in Justice Society of America, vol, 3, Annual 1. But now that the post-52 multiverse has been replaced by the post-Flashpoint multiverse, Earth-2 is no longer recognizable. I had hoped for an Earth-2 with a similar backstory to the one I had read about in the annual JLA/JSA team-ups in the 70s, and in All-Star Squadron, and in the original Infinity, Inc. But no such luck. Here are some notable differences between the post-Flashpoint Earth-2 and the original:
1) There is no longer a Golden Age (at least that I am aware of). There was no JSA fighting criminals and Nazis during World War II. No All-Star Squadron either.
2) The JSA members are much younger on the current Earth-2. I have no problem with that since the original members had become old men in tights. But I still long for the Golden Age era JSA & All-Star Squadron stories. I guess those days are gone forever.
3) The Huntress was Robin and Power Girl was Supergirl on Earth-2. I have no problem with this and so far I am enjoying Worlds' Finest. What I don't like is that the Earth-2 Batman is dead again. I was hoping to see a father-daughter relationship between Bruce and Helena Wayne explored. I guess this version of Helena is destined to be an orphan. Too bad.
4) The Big Three (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman) are not part of the new JSA, though they were honorary members in the 1940s who subsequently showed up for an occasional JLA/JSA team-up in the 70s. I'd love to see the JSA with the Big Three.
5) Green Lantern is a homosexual. That was the last straw for me. I am sick of feeling that I'm the target of politically correct propaganda every time I pick up a comic. Everywhere you turn the agenda is shoved in your face. I removed Earth-2 from my pull list and did not buy the infamous second issue in which two guys are kissing each other on the lips and discussing a romantic getaway. This would never have happened in my day. DC's efforts to be all inclusive are succeeding in driving away more conservative readers.
Having been a near-lifelong fan, I suppose I am done with the Justice Society. I suppose that all good things must come to an end. All forms of media have now crossed the rubicon abandoning the wholesomeness that once existed. But at least I don't have to support them. And I still have the back issues of my favorite super-hero team. Long live the pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths JSA. They'll be missed.