JSA #67

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Dave Gibbons Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 24, 2004

    I'm not sure where Dave Gibbons has been keeping himself busy {the Originals GN took up a year or so], as I don't see his name nearly as often as I would like, but I'm delighted to see his work on this issue, as he brings a highly polished style, and a great eye when it comes to delivering the emotional high points of the material. I mean there's a great shot of Jay Garrick where its clear the character is starting to buckle under the pressure, and the quick glimpse that we get inside S.T.R.I.P.E.'s armor also made for a powerful little moment. The art also does a nice job of capturing the Mirror Master's power, as there's a great shot where the character pulls off his multiplying trick, and the scene where he shatters was also a fun image. Now the Superman/Powergirl scene was a bit rough around the edges, but the final panels of this exchange remain quite powerful. The cover by J.H. William was also a potent image, that perfectly captures the sombre mood of the issue. Read Full Review

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