I have to make mention once again of how wonderful it is to have Alex Ross as this book's cover artist as that's one lovely looking cover shot of Captain Marvel. I don't think I've ever seen the character looking more ominous, which naturally leaves one curious about the story one will find inside. As for the interior art, Don Kramer solidly presents the emotions of the cast, as Al's indecision is nicely reflected on that opening page, as is the sense of betrayal that is etched on the face of Stargirl during the opening meeting where the JSA discuss letting Al back on the team. The art also nicely delivers a sense of urgency during the Crimson Avenger/Eclipso sequence, as the credit page shot where the blindfold wearing vigilante makes her appearance is a wonderful piece of art. The Spectre's arrival a couple pages later is equally impressive. The art also does some nice work on the scene where Captain Marvel is called before the Wizard, as there's a solid establishing shot where Read Full Review
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