JSA #52

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 17, 2003

    Following on the heels of a big sweeping arc that I found a bit hollow, I'm glad to see this next arc looks to be a more personal affair, as the main plot of the issue has Wildcat running up against the vengeful wrath of the Crimson Avenger, for some yet to be revealed injustice he played a role in. However, well over half the issue is handed over to the resolution of a handful of subplots, as we see Dove makes her way back into comic limbo, while Sand's return from the dead looks to be set in motion. We also see Jade & Alan manage to mend fences with Todd, who looks to be completely cured of his "I'm an evil villain because my daddy didn't love me" mental disorder. However, the real reason this issue earns itself a recommendation in my book is that it features the return of the Crimson Avenger who I find a very engaging character with a very cool gimmick, and she's also puts in a pretty decent showing as she takes down one of the JSA's more powerful members. Some fans might be annoyed Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Sep 13, 2003

    "The differences between right and wrong are far harder to determine...." Read Full Review

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