Issue #5 has two pencillers, but the structure allows for easy division between Jesus Merino and Pascal Alixe. Merino's dynamic art is in line with the best of what the series has offered to date, while Alixe's style is more shadowy and detail oriented. Alixe does a great job of keeping the many conversations interesting. Whether he can frame the action as well as merino once the flashbacks pick up the pace remains to be seen. Read Full Review
But much like Ravagers, the current creative team has been cranking out some great stories. Even if this is the end for this title, I know Jordan is going to end with a bang! There was so much potential with this book and I really think DC dropped the ball on this one. Read Full Review
While "Team 7" is a dead title still being printed, there are stories to be told, secrets to be exposed and worlds to be built. The connections -- even if just in name -- that Jordan sews into this story are geek-worthy, fist-pumping moments. There are only a few issues left, but if they all add threads to the larger DC Universe tapestry like "Team 7" #5 does, then I'll be enjoying quite a few reads. Read Full Review
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