JSA #76

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: David Lopez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 3, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Following the devastating events of "Black Vengeance," the JSA must regroup and reassess their purpose, but Hawkman harbors a secret that could change the JSA's role in the DC Universe.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 11, 2005

    This is the first time I can recall seeing David Lopez's work, but I have to say he does a pretty solid job, that managed to tell the story in a visual exciting manner, with his work on the big impact shots deserving a special mention, as Atom Smasher gets a lovely one page shot where he put his foot down. Plus, while I found it to be an intrusive, and largely unwelcome element in this issue, I can't deny the arrival of the OMAC robot made for a solid visual moment. In fact the only quibble that I'd make about the art is that there were a couple moments where it didn't quite deliver the goods, as when Hawkman lays into someone with his mace, I want the art to sell the impact of the blow, and the art came up way short in this department. The same hold true for the scene where Alan Scott is taken out of the fight. Still the art had a nice level of detail on the page, and it did some nice work on the final page, as we see it manages to capture the idea that Atom Smasher has good reason to Read Full Review

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