Justice League Unlimited #33

Writer: Jason Hall Artist: Carlo Barberi Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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No struggle is worse than the old guard meeting the new kid on the block. Star Girl and the Crimson Avenger are about to learn more about each other than they ever wanted.

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 5, 2007

    This issue of Justice League Unlimited also represents a welcome return to the animated lensed art of Carlo Barberi and Bob Petrecca. They make Crimson Avenger an impressive, dignified special-gun wielding vigilante, and their depiction of Stargirl's youth in panels bestows to her limber playfulness that works perfectly in conjunction with the writing. Barberi and Petrecca furthermore contribute to the panels a sense of timing that facilitates a snappy pace, and they not only accomplish animated accuracy but the illusion of movement in battle and in body language, whomever's body may be featured. This is a spectacular issue of Justice League Unlimited. Read Full Review

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