Where was I? Oh, yeah. JLA: Destiny is however not without ingenuity. The cliffhanger ending looks promising and takes advantage of the freer setting. Destiny nee Nightshade is a genuinely interesting character--mainly because Mr. Arcudi gives her a history. The artwork from Tom Mandrake is as always moody and evocative, and I like how Destiny almost fades into the shadows despite her being blonde and clad in a white robe. The dialogue and the plot rarely take a misstep. Granted, it's functioning on characters who have the depth of a mud puddle, but the mechanical technique shows talent. Read Full Review
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