Hawkman #25

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Rags Morales Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 11, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The HAWKMAN/JSA crossover "Black Reign" concludes! Black Adam single-handedly goes toe-to-toe with the Justice Society for the fate of Kahndaq, but the price of victory might not sit well with all the players involved!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 16, 2004

    There are some truly enjoyable moments in this issue, as the JSA work together in a bid to take down Black Adam. However, the big brawl is brought to a finish that I have real difficulty accepting as rather then stamping out this fire, the JSA agree to look the other way because Black Adam promises to behave. I mean essentially this ending invalidates the entire story, as after showing us how ruthlessly Black Adam and his group took over the country of Kahndaq, we're supposed to believe the JSA would be willing to leave the situation as it stands because pressing the attack might make the situation worse. I don't like that the JSA left the situation as it stands, as this entire story has clearly spelled out how dangerous Black Adam is and yet when they are offered the easy way out, the JSA suddenly can't get out of Dodge fast enough. I mean overall this arc has been one of the most enjoyable arcs Geoff Johns has offered up, but the more I think about this issue's ending the more annoye Read Full Review

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