I'm a trade-waiter so forgive me if this has already been discussed in threads having to do with the OYL and other crisis stuff currently ongoing in DC. But last night I read the final arc of Starman for the first time since it was on the shelves and I noticed the old time story about how the Wonder Woman outed the JSA members to their wives/girlfriends in order to get each of their significant others to dress up like the counterparts and fight someone. The narrative is Ted Knight, the original Starman, lying in bed and remembering this grand adventure when the boys came in to save the day and everyone had a good laugh BEFORE DR FATE CAST A SPELL TO MAKE ALL THE WOMEN FORGET THE SECRET ID'S OF THEIR BOYFRIENDS (!)
It just really stuck out as a holy shit moment considering all the impact and fallout of a similar action in the last year in DC. Given how it's being used post ID-Crisis, I find it pretty wild that it's presented in Starman with no commentary on the ethics of it, even that Ted's gf (possibly wife by that point - it's not clear to me) eventually found out again and he didn't mind wipe her. Did he tell her that she used to know, at that point, I wonder?
And as a side note, it was sad to see the Elongated Man with his wife. The appearance here was a great spotlight on what at the time was an underused character. Knowing the events of Identity Crisis made the story a little sadder.