A pretty entertaining battle in the sky to open the issue, and I must say I was quite impressed by the sense of excitement that was developed during what could've been a run-of-the-mill fight against a group of generic bio-terrorists. However the fight held my interest the entire time, and it's certainly acted as an impressive showcase for Hawkgirl's ability to hold her own in a fight. As for the big secret that Hawkgirl has to resolve before she can join the rescue mission to save her teammates, the situation felt a bit familiar, but I have to say that it's a fairly interesting revelation that I hope resurfaces in the pages of the monthly Hawkman series. If nothing else when one combines this with the nightmarish encounter she had in the desert, and the murder of her parents, it's becoming quite easy to see why Kendra has trouble discussing her past, as there's a lot of painful memories that she has chosen not to share. As for the back-up story, it's a quick little diversion that does Read Full Review
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