JSA #53

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 4, 2013 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Wildcat comes face-to-face with the new Crimson Avenger and is confronted by a past crime he had hoped to forget--and the only member of the JSA around to help him is Power Girl.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 24, 2003

    A fairly exciting issue, as the Crimson Avenger makes for a pretty formidable threat, and I certainly hope to see her again. Now Power Girl fans might be a little concerned that their character isn't bulletproof in this issue, and Wildcat doesn't exactly put on the most impressive of showings as the only ability that really makes an appearance in this issue is his ability to return from the dead. However, the scene where Kara manages to catch a bullet and send it back at the Crimson Avenger's way was a solid little display, and given those bullets were tearing into her pretty good, this issue also gives us a good look at her ability to absorb a great deal of punishment and remain in the game. Plus. while I found his explanation was a bit dodgy I did enjoy the idea that Wildcat wasn't innocent of the crime that the Crimson Avenger was accusing him of, and I have to say it was rather refreshing to see a hero admit to some decidedly questionable behavior. This issue also offers up an inte Read Full Review

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