And that's just one three-page sequence in this enthralling conclusion. The rest of the issue delivers all the haunting and somewhat disturbing character exploration we've come to expect from this story. And again, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find out just how Tomasi manages to close the book on a few lingering plot threads from 52. As far as Black Adam has come since his time as one of the stars of Geoff Johns' run on the previous JSA series (which was edited by Tomasi – surprise, surprise), he comes even further as a character thanks to this miniseries. His final fate is so tragic, it's nothing short of Shakespearean. Read Full Review
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