Human Defense Corps #5

Writer: Ty Templeton Artist: Clement Sauve Jr Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 16, 2003

    This issue makes strong use of the idea that our band of soldiers have been thrown into a decidedly hellish environment, and I rather enjoy the idea that they find themselves doing battle with enemies whose dismembered corpses can pull themselves back together and keep on coming. The rather frantic nature of the combat is also nicely reflected by the issue's tendency to jump from one scene to the next, and I would argue that perhaps this was a little too effective at creating a feeling of chaos, as I found myself struggling at times to piece together what each group was attempting to accomplish, and I'm still at a loss to explain why that one group put that demon's torso in their transport. Still, if you're a fan of war films than this issue should leave you quite happy, as it's a full scale battle with a band of soldiers in a heated conflict with demons. The book could've played down the notion that the demons weren't exactly a formidable fighting force though, as it's not nearly as m Read Full Review

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