Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters #3 was an entertaining read. I absolutely love these characters. Gray and Palmiotti have done an impressive job creating interesting characters that all have tons of potential. Add Daniel Acuna's amazing artwork to Gray and Palmiotti's well paced action filled stories and you get a very fun title to read. I really hope that DC makes this comic a regular ongoing monthly. I certainly would recommend this title to anyone as long as you don't mind to silly political commentary that surfaces every once in a while. Read Full Review
In The End: You may wonder why I keep banging my head against the wall and continue to buy this series just as I did with Battle for Bludhaven. Well, there is the slim hope that something good will happen, but honestly I have this thing for Golden Age concepts getting modern makeovers, especially if they are DC owned properties. Maybe with the introduction of Black Condor into the cast, there will be a more cerebral aspect to the book. I'm not holding my breath, though. In all honesty, I think that Condor will come off as flat and clichd as the rest of the characters, which is sad and a waste of some good names. Like a lot of other things that came out of Infinite Crisis (like the new Flash series), I'm wondering what the point was because if this was the reason why the Human Bomb and the rest were killed than those deaths have become truly useless and wasted. Read Full Review
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