Justice League Adventures #16

Writer: Scott McCloud Artist: John Delaney Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 8, 2003

    John Delaney, he who rendered practically all of the lamented Adventures in the DCU nicely brings his talents for cartooning again to the book. His sublime artwork can even make a traditional opening gambit of depending on meteorites exciting. He brilliantly draws out the emotional impact associated with being one of the world's greatest heroes. Tell me you did not hold your breath when the Flash is sucked out of a breach in the Watchtower, and he's not above a little innocent cheesecake which is more noticeable in the brief panels because of its lack of abundance throughout the story. Part of the credit certainly belongs to Mr. Snyder and Mr. Kalisz who add depth to the already impressive pencils. Read Full Review

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