JSA #65

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 9, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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"Out of Time" part 1! Since the JSA's battle against Black Adam, Rick Tyler has been lost in time. Rex Tyler, the original Hourman, must journey into the timestream itself in search of his only son.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 11, 2004

    Don Kramer hasn't really impressed me since he took over as the book's regular artist, as while his work has been solid enough there were elements to it that didn't quite sit right, with the stiff posing of the characters in some panels being the most notable flaw. However, this issue he blew me away with his work, as the art is called upon to convey the ticking clock urgency as Doctor Mid-Nite races to save Rick's life, and the art does a fantastic job conveying the good doctor's cool, clam and collected nature, which is nicely contrasted by Rex's expressions of anguish. There's also a nice bit of action in this issue as the JSA battle Solomon Grundy, and this kicks off with a fantastic double page shot that takes the readers right into the midst of the action, with the smoking trail that details the path that Jay Garrick took being a great little background visual touch. Read Full Review

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