Human Defense Corps #4

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Clement Sauve Jr Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 19, 2003

    Not the most thrilling of issues, as unlike the previous chapters this issue doesn't look to be in all the big a hurry to move its plot forward. Instead it used the opening six pages to detail the idea that these people are performing a seance to make contact with the missing soldiers, and after a quick battle with a demon that takes advantage of the broken circle, the book then spends another five pages showing us the steps being taken to confirm the idea that these soldiers are still alive, by torturing one of the alien creatures they've captured. In other words over half the issue is used up to gather information that these solider are still alive and being held captive, and frankly this was far too excessive, as it felt like Ty Templeton was dragging his heels. Still the battle with the demon gave an old time DCU character a chance to shine, and the last pages showing the Corps descending upon Hell made for a pretty riveting sendoff to take us into next issue. Read Full Review

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