As issues of "The Fury of Firestorm: the Nuclear Men" go, this one is far from my favorite and far from the most memorable. It is, however, the one issue that does the most to advance the long-range story of Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond. With Harris and Cinar wrapping up their run, I find myself wondering where this series could have gone had they continued. In some ways, this feels like the end of the series, but knowing there is a zero issue coming up and Dan Jurgens comes on board a month after gives me hope there's still a lot of energy left in this nuclear solution. Read Full Review
So basically, there's really no reason to read this issue. Its whole purpose is to mercifully end the nigh disaster of a story it has been spinning for months now. Chances are that no one will be looking to follow up on any of it. I have no doubt that Fury of Firestorm: the Nuclear Men falls in the same company as Static Shock, Grifter, Voodoo, Savage Hawkman and all of the other titles that have suffered behind the scenes between creators and editorial. Eventually, we'll probably get some interesting interviews or tweets about what happened here. We know the basics already. Another series that had some momentum thanks to Brightest Day got ran into the ground within a year. Read Full Review
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