JSA All Stars Vol. 2 #4

Writer: Matthew Sturges Artist: Freddie Williams II Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 3, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 8.5
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Mar 27, 2010

    This was a very good, fast-paced comic, with plenty of action and a good enough story. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Koppy McFad Mar 5, 2010

    The back-up story, with Hourman and Liberty Belle trying to recover an ancient book ahead of Icicle and Tigress, still isn't coming together. Are they trying to make it a superhero-version of Nick and Nora Charles? Well, the plot is too muddled and the story too tame, especially when compared to the action-packed main feature. The story doesn't even feel very exciting since the good guys and bad guys seem to be taking it easy on each other. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Scott Hunter Mar 15, 2010

    In re-reading the series for this review, I found myself enjoying it a lot more than I had in my originally, and the whole thing definitely improves with this issue. Magog for Sandman is a trade I'd make any day, and I hope the former remains relegated to part-time appearances from now on and that the latter stays as a full member. It's not an absolutely amazing issue, but it is a good one, and it has me looking forward to the next. If you picked up the first issue and didn't like it, you might want to take another look. All things considered, JSA All-Stars #4 earns a good three and a half stars out of five from me and I hope that the series continues in this vein. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 5, 2010

    The only enjoyment I ended up getting out of "JSA All-Stars" was the back-up story by Jen Van Meter and Travis Moore, although with just eight pages an issue I feel like I'm starting to lose track of the story at times. Still, Van Meter turns out a fun situation for the characters, and there's a light-hearted aspect to her script that is notably absent in the main story. It's a good thing I've been enjoying "Justice Society of America" in Bill Willingham's hands, because "JSA All-Stars" is starting to feel like an unnecessary side trip each month. Read Full Review

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