JSA #66

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 13, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The life of Rick Tyler continues to tick away as the JSA is forced to battle through the time stream to save their teammate. But what fate awaits Rex Tyler and how is villain Extant involved? "Out of Time" part 2.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 19, 2004

    Don Kramer has really come into his own on this title, as he brings a highly detailed style that manages to conveyed the sense of excitement that the writing demands of it. I mean the battle between Rex and his son has a wonderful sense of desperation to it, as both men are clearly shown to be dead-set in their desire to be the one who dies at the hands of Extant. The art also does a solid job of selling the idea that they are racing the clock, as we see the events of Zero Hour playing out, and the art does a wonderful job on the more unsettling images, such as the Atom's death. Now the big smiles that are plastered on the faces of the character during the family reunion were a bit over the top, but it's understandable that the art would want to reflect the idea that these characters were happy. The art also delivers a great double page shot of Atom Smasher in action, and the final page arrival of our guest-hero makes for a lovely final image to carry us into the next arc. Read Full Review

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