The All-Stars have a little break. Cyclone and King Chimera get closer to one another but a new perilous mission threaten the budding the relationship the two have. Will death get in the way of love? I feel that Cyclone is like a modern Kitty Pryde. Ive finally figured out who she was. Shes spunky and different from all the young girl heroines out there. Thats fun. Shes also annoying and turns this series into a soap opera. I never cared about her and wonder why would supposedly responsible adults would ever put a kid like that in a super hero team. Well, I may not have to worry about her for long, unless this is another illusion by King Chimera. Another character that was badly introduced in this series. I had no idea that he was the legacy of a real Golden Age character. His back-story was never really introduced properly in this series. Can we all agree that Freddie Williams is not a good thing for this series? His works like a bad Bart Sears . Hes the one reason I just cant get int Read Full Review
Still, overall, an enjoyable issue. "JSA All-Stars" early on looked like a book that was destined to take half of the JSA members out of my reading habits, but I think Sturges and Williams have turned this title around. In comics these days, that's a pleasant surprise. Read Full Review
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