JSA #75

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer, Leonard Kirk, Stephen Sadowski Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 7, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Spectre's true target is revealed as he faces off against the power of the Thunderbolt and the might of the JSA. But vengeance will be had, and it may tear apart the JSA. "Black Vengeance" part 3.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 26, 2005

    This issue offers up a surprisingly seamless display of the three artists who have worked on this title, as Don Kramer, Leonard Kirk and Stephen Sadowski are all on hand to provide a chapter in this 75th issue. I'm little hard-pressed to tell which artists handled which chapter, as the three have a surprisingly similar style, though I'm sure the credit box has their names listed in the proper order. Still, in the interest of not giving credit to the wrong artist, I'll simply focus on the sections of the issue that I found particularly enjoyable and also state that they all did a wonderful job of reminding me that this book has yet to have a bad regular artist, which makes it a bit of an oddity considering it's 75 issues into its run. In any event, the scene where Hawkgirl has her encounter with Eclipso was a powerful piece of art, as was the big impact moment where Atom Smasher decides to take on the Spectre. The series of panels where Eclipso fixes the damage done to her body was Read Full Review

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