"JSA All-Stars" still feels like the farm team to a major league club, but that major league club hasn't been much to aspire towards of late. The end result is that this book is something that was once defined, but has lost sight of that definition. Without a goal, this book sits idle, and in a dimension between dimensions like the one Power Girl declares to be limbo at the start of this issue. If this team ever gets going against a real menace and re-establishes solid footing, this is going to be a fun book. For now, it simply is. Read Full Review
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