Justice League Adventures #28

Writer: Jason Hall Artist: Min S.Ku Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 7, 2004

    In terms of art, the sublime, streamlined animated anatomy facilitates the ability to imbue depth of body. Case in point, Mr. Ku places the crease of Hawkgirl's costume between her hip and waist--exactly where it should be. Colorist McCraw deepens the colors under her arm to illustrate the illusion of fullness. Inker Ty Templeton, whose style is very recognizable, stays invisible. Using strong inks he pulls the characters out of the panels to imbue the story with scale. Justice League Adventures is not merely a kid's book. It is for anybody who loves super-heroes and especially for those who love these heroes. Read Full Review

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