Justice League Adventures #31

Writer: Josh Siegal Artist: Chris Jones Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 8, 2004

    The snapback of the story lies squarely on the shoulders of Josh Siegal. He should have ended this powerful tale with the moment Danny hugs Superman. That is the perfect ending. Instead, he continues, and with each scene added, he undermines the story's tightness and poignancy. The cornball tear from the Flash will flood the quiet, somber emotions the reader may be feeling. The end-note discussion only deprives the tale of its impact, and the given finale makes the reader wince. Siegal should have ended the story on the hug. Despite the ending that telegraphs how the reader should feel and stretches the story needlessly as if to fill a time slot, "Tomorrow" is a memorable Justice League Adventure. Read Full Review

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