JSA #48

Writer: David Goyer, Geoff Johns Artist: Leonard Kirk Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 23, 2003

    Geoff Johns & David Goyer are bigger fans of continuity than myself, as roughly half of this issue is handed over to the Dr. Fate plot, and this look at the various incarnations that the character has sported over the years is about as interesting as a book that details the various armor designs that Iron Man worn over the years. In other words I'm sure there are fans who found this section of the issue quite engaging, but I'm not among them, and based on the middling quality of this half of the issue, I think I'll be crossing Dr. Fate's name off the list of characters whose pasts I'm going to look into, as Hawkman's tangled past almost looks coherent by comparison. Thankfully the other half of the issue centers around Billy Batson & the Star-Spangled Kid, and while both characters are a bit young to be involved in a real relationship, the idea of these two exploring the idea of getting together is somewhat interesting, and there could be some interesting plots spun out of this rather Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 16, 2003

    "Well, we're outside our time slot. Thanks for watching Infinite Earth Sports and yet another damaging victory for the Multiverse Giants. Tune in next for WGBS News with my good buddies Lana Lang and Clark Kent followed by an in depth report on the death of Metallo by Lois Lane. For Betty, Brock and myself goodnight." Read Full Review

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