JSA: Classified #3 is literally as good as a comic can get. Its also a great place for new readers to jump on, with no real prior knowledge of the JSA or Power Girl required to enjoy the story. With a great plot, memorable character development, plenty of action and humor, and incredible artwork its clear that with JSA: Classified Johns and Conner are a real force to be reckoned with, and I for one cant wait to see what else theyll do with this series. Power Girl is back, because even a blonde superhero with a bad attitude and giant jugs deserves a second chance. Read Full Review
In The End: I have no idea what is going to happen. I have my theories, but I also know I could be dead wrong. In any case this has been a very exciting story that really plays into the "can't wait for the next issue" feeling that DC has been fostering for the past year. I also loved the cover to this issue. For those of us who have been following most of the titles, this was a nice little joke that shows that DC is able to poke fun at itself. Read Full Review
Luthors presence at the end is surprising. He seems to be in the shadows of every storyline going on right now, and it will be interesting to see how his various endeavors might relate to each other. The Psycho Pirates ending statement goes along with my continuing theory that Power Girl is really a holdover from the pre-Crisis Earth 2, and Im really looking forward to seeing how Geoff might be able to take a sudden 180 degree turn from this in issue four just to mess with us once again. Read Full Review
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