JSA #69

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 12, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Do you know where your heroes are? What has become of the heroes of yesterday? And how can their modern-day counterparts convince them to return to a life of crime fighting? "JSA/JSA" part 2.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 25, 2005

    First off I have to say I love the fact that Alex Ross has provided a series of interlocking covers for this arc, as it gives me an excuse each month to pull out the previous issue and see the bigger picture as it forms. As for the interior art Don Kramer continues to deliver some solid work as he offers up his highly detailed style, and I have to say it's his attention to detail is what impresses me, from Mr. Terrific's expression as he discovers one of the more unpleasant aspects of the past, to the wealth of background details in Doctor MidNite's study. There's also a lovely shot of the old JSA rushing into action, and the final page does a nice job of selling the idea that Stargirl's efforts in the past have gone completely off track. I also rather enjoyed the scene where Johnny Thunder reacts to the idea that he's someone's favourite JSA member, and the sense of sorrow reflected in Sandman's eyes as he stands in front of Sandy's chamber. Read Full Review

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