While I'm a little disappointed that Alex Ross didn't provide the cover, Dave Gibbons turns in a pretty impressive effort that nicely captures the excitement that one can expect to find inside. As for the interior art, Don Kramer continues to give one good reason to be thankful that he looks to be this book's regular artist. He brings a wonderfully detailed style to the table, and he also has a great eye when it comes to delivering the action in a visually exciting manner. From the high energy of the scene where Mr. Terrific battles the KKK to Hourman's anguish as Degaton erases the happy moments from his past, the art is more than up to the task of selling this issue's key moments. I also loved the sense of delight on Ted Knight's face when he learns he'll help save the future, and I seriously doubt you'll find a JSA fan who is disappointed by this issue's big double-page shot of the assembled JSAs. Read Full Review
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