JSA All Stars #1

Writer: David Goyer, Geoff Johns Artist: Sal Velluto Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 15, 2003

    The book does has an almost plot by numbers feel to it, as the format of the miniseries has resulted in a rather labored premise that has the six members of the JSA who hadn't been captured heading off to have separate adventures, that presumably will offer them some closure on an aspect of their pasts that they have avoided dealing with. Now on one hand I'm looking forward to the preceding issues, as the new members could stand some time in the spotlight, and the promise of back-up stories involving their Golden Age counterparts also sounds like a lot of fun. On the other hand, I'm starting to grow a bit annoyed at the lack of attention the old guard of the JSA receive, as this issue has the four effectively taken hostage, and while we are going to get a look at some of their former teammates, the simple fact of the matter is that Jay Garrick, Alan Scott, Hawkman & Wildcat have once again ended up as bench warmers, while the rest of the JSA get their time in the spotlight. Read Full Review

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