The simple fact is that I know Geoff Johns is capable of better, so while this book is enjoyable enough, I can't ignore the fact that it's the weakest link in the chain. Now part of my problem with this book is Geoff Johns' continual attempts to repair the damage that was done to Hawkman's back-story, and while it's an admirable effort, the simple fact of the matter is that going over the past stories to smooth over the rough edges does not make for interesting reading. Now I enjoyed the idea of Hawkman has come to realize that he's going to outlive almost everyone he knows, as this adds a nice tragic element to the character. I'll also confess the last page does deliver a fairly impressive surprise that I can't wait to see explained. However, the issue does deliver a fight between Hawkgirl & Hawkwoman that has a manufactured to it, and the explanation Geoff Johns offers up to explain Hawkwoman's overly aggressive behavior felt like he simply couldn't be bothered to come up with a more Read Full Review
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