JSA #66

Writer: Geoff Johns Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 19, 2004

    Don Kramer has really come into his own on this title, as he brings a highly detailed style that manages to conveyed the sense of excitement that the writing demands of it. I mean the battle between Rex and his son has a wonderful sense of desperation to it, as both men are clearly shown to be dead-set in their desire to be the one who dies at the hands of Extant. The art also does a solid job of selling the idea that they are racing the clock, as we see the events of Zero Hour playing out, and the art does a wonderful job on the more unsettling images, such as the Atom's death. Now the big smiles that are plastered on the faces of the character during the family reunion were a bit over the top, but it's understandable that the art would want to reflect the idea that these characters were happy. The art also delivers a great double page shot of Atom Smasher in action, and the final page arrival of our guest-hero makes for a lovely final image to carry us into the next arc. Read Full Review

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