Human Defense Corps #1

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Clement Sauve Jr. Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 22, 2003

    An interesting concept that Ty Templeton manages to execute to near perfection, as the Human Defense Corps looks like it has the legs to become a regular series. The idea of a group of soldiers who act as the safety net that deals with invaders that manage to slip past the various heroes that populate the DCU is an interesting premise, and while this opening issue only really develops a single character, I fully expect that by the end Ty Templeton will have fleshed out the cast, and as long as the threats are able to deliver a sense of excitement, I can easily see my self growing to really enjoy this book. This book takes a nice look down the ladder, to examine the role of what Star Trek fans would recognize as the "red shirts", and the disposable quality of these characters does allow Ty Templeton a little more freedom in how he deals with the readers, as by the end of this issue our main character has been developed enough that I'll be concerned about his surviving the upcoming missi Read Full Review

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