JSA #70

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 9, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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As the JSA of today attempts to inspire the JSA of the past, Stargirl struggles with Ted Knight's condition, Sand confronts his past, and the Atom heads down a dangerous road. "JSA/JSA" part 3.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 17, 2005

    I also have to say I love it when an artist affords the readers the opportunity to guess at who the gathered silhouette figures are. It's truly fun trying to figure out who they could be, though the figure who does the talking is pretty easy to guess, while the midget behind him is sure to leave Starman readers curious. In any event, Don Kramer turns in a pretty impressive issue with a wealth of detail on the page, and the art surprisingly keeps the action easy to follow in spite of the sheer number of plots that are running through this issue. There's also a number of cool little visuals from the scene where the Atom prepares to go into action, to the scene where Walker Gabriel is removed from the time-stream. Plus, how can one not love the look of anticipation on Mr. Terrific's face on the final page, as he prepares to lay into the group that surrounds him? Read Full Review

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