JSA #68

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 8, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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"JSA/JSA" part 1! Something has changed history, and the JSA will never be heard of again. It's up to the JSA of today to travel back in time and convince their predecessors to once again wear their masks and stop Degaton's insidious plan.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 15, 2004

    First off it's great to see always impressive Alex Ross providing the cover art for this issue, and my fingers are crossed that he's on board for the entire arc, as a five piece interlocking cover sounds like a fantastic idea. As for the interior art, Don Kramer continues to be a welcome presence on this title, as he has a great eye when it comes to the action sequences. I mean how can one not be blown away by the nightmarish quality of the sequence where Stargirl's family is attacked, as well as the raw emotions on display as she tears into their attackers. There's also a nice little display of emotion on the scene where Stargirl and Atom Smasher have their conversation, and this sequence ends with a great little moment where Hourman makes his position regarding Atom Smasher quite clear. In the end the art does a great job of telling the story, as it's action sequences are high energy affairs, and the quieter moments are equally impressive, as the art does a wonderful capturing the em Read Full Review

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