This issue is an oddity: following a guest artist, crossing over with another title that itself is in a peculiar state of flux, introducing new characters, charging up a new power set and having one of the co-leads take the spotlight throughout makes for an exciting read, but doesn't do much to make this a particularly memorable read. The conclusion to this issue is rather anticlimactic, so it leaves me wondering what to truly expect in "Firestorm" #10. I'll be back to see, but I might need to refresh myself on the goings-on here. Read Full Review
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