Firestorm #3

Writer: Dan Jolley Artist: CrissCross, Rob Stull Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 7, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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Still struggling to understand the vast, incredible powers that have been thrust upon him, 17-year-old Jason Rusch finds himself trapped with his worst enemy, forced to face the harsh realities of his own past, and horrified at the terrible price that comes with being Firestorm. "Eye Contact" part 3.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 13, 2004

    CrissCross is an artist whose work has never really grabbed me as while there's nothing wrong with it, frankly there's also nothing about it the makes it stand out from the other artists who deliver a similar style. In fact if there's one complaint that I would make about his art it's that there are times when it seems to be playing it a little too safe when it comes to it's delivery of the big impact moments, as the scene where out hero gains control of his power was a bit underwhelming. However, I will give the art full marks for it's delivery of the shocking moment where we see what happens to the second person if they remain in the matrix too long. Read Full Review

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