Looking up at my comments I can see I've probably made too big an issue out of this book's treatment of Power Girl, but frankly I feel the character can be far more than simply the foul tempered woman with the huge chest, and as such I get ticked off when the creative team doesn't seem to be able to see past the more obvious elements of the character, and if nothing else seems to be going out of their way to make them the only aspects of the character that they focus their energies upon. In any event this is basically a JSA issue that has carried over into the pages of Hawkman, but just when one starts to grow a little concerned that Hawkman has been punted out of his own book that character makes a memorable arrival, and by the end of the issue Hawkman is clearly at center-stage, and I imagine he's going to stay there for the rest of this crossover. In fact if nothing else the latter half of this issue sets up a situation that leaves one completely stumped as to how Geoff Johns is goi Read Full Review
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