JSA All Stars #3

Writer: David Goyer, Geoff Johns, Darwyn Cooke Artist: Barry Kitson, Darwyn Cooke Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 15, 2003

    Not half bad, as while I've never been overly fond of Doctor Fate, and the wealth of power he commands, this issue uses the opening story to offer up a problem that can't really be resolved with a big display of power. In fact what I like about this issue is that it offers up a problem where his power looks like it'll be a stumbling block, as with such considerable power at his command, it's easy to understand how a mistake could be made, and the big confrontation isn't nearly as far fetched as one might expect. I'll also credit the book for keeping it rather simple, as the basic elements are nicely laid out, so that readers who aren't overly familiar with the character (such as myself), can still follow the concept that the other man at the table is Nabu. However, the most enjoyable part of this issue would have to be the back-up story by Darwyn Cooke, who offers up a fairly intense adventure, that is equal parts horror & high adventure. I also have to say that I rather enjoyed the fa Read Full Review

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