Human Defense Corps #3

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Clement Sauve Jr Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 28, 2003

    When I first heard about this miniseries I was quite excited as I had hoped this book would take us on a whirlwind tour, as we followed a squadron of soldiers as they were sent in to deal with threats that we normally see the JLA, JSA, or the Titans taking on. Instead, what we've been given is a rather mundane trip around the outer fringes of the DCU, where these soldiers are battling threats that would barely be considered cannon fodder in the other team books. The characters could also stand a little more attention, as we're halfway into this story, and there's only a couple of characters who have really benefited from some attention. Still, of the issues we've received thus far this one asks the most interesting questions, as the purpose of this fighting division is called into question by one of its own, and the answers aren't exactly forthcoming. The final pages of this issue also set up what looks to be a rather promising story, involving the shared dreams subplot that has been r Read Full Review

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