A final issue that doesn't really offer much in the way of closure. In fact in a move likely designed to frustrate the continuity obsessed fans who henpecked this series for it's use of characters who had been killed off, we see Keith Giffen uses the final page to knock over the apple cart, and leave us with several unanswered questions. However, this issue does make good use of its J.S.A. guest-stars, and a character is killed off in a rather shocking fashion. Plus, while this book was never designed to appeal to the mainstream audience it needed to be a success, like most Keith Giffen projects there was enough imagination & inspired ideas in these twelve issues that I eagerly await his next project. My only real problem with this issue is that it purposely ends with the it's dangling plots threads showing, and it's a bit frustrating knowing that it's likely the questions it introduces will never be answered. Read Full Review
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