Human Defense Corps #6

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Clement Sauve Jr., Norm Breyfogle Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 12, 2003

    The idea sounded so promising going in that I'm more disappointed that it was never truly realize, than I am over the rather pedestrian nature of the plot itself. I mean taking a band of soldiers and sending them on a mission into Hell is an interesting premise, but the story makes an active effort to let us know that the demons they encounter are completely useless when it comes to being a threat, and the even the one interesting aspect where they are able to pull the soldier they do manage to kill over to their side is undone by the fact that these undead minions still respond to the orders given by their living commanding officers. So in essence we have a band of demons who are incapable of presenting a decent treat, and a band of zombie soldiers who will stop when ordered to. I also didn't care much for the idea that the big rescue was performed by a solider who had effectively been given superpowers, as it feels like this issue's ending is saying that a band of ordinary soldiers n Read Full Review

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