JSA vs. Kobra #5

Writer: EricS.Trautmann Artist: Don Kramer, Neil Adams Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 21, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Justice Society finally tracks Kobra to his main base and launches an all-out assault on him and his forces. It seems impossible that Jason Burr can escape their wrath now, but the wily serpent has one last surprising trick up his sleeve!

  • 6.5
    Comic Book Bin - Koppy McFad Oct 23, 2009

    One good thing is that the mood and atmosphere of the story is well-maintained, all throughout. Regardless of their seeming lack of resources, the Kobra cult do look dangerous simply because they operate in dark and mysterious places, in a secretive, malicious manner. Quite different from the typical comicbook private army who walk around in full uniform where everyone can see them. The art team deserves a lot of credit for this mood. The cultists' faces are always enflamed with murderous intent and their bodies seem almost animalistic. It is a convincing portrayal of what a terrorist group would be like in a comicbook universe. Read Full Review

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