American Way #4

American Way #4

Writer: John Ridley Artist: Georges Jeanty Publisher: Wildstorm Critic Reviews: 1
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With the revelation of the New American's identity, racial tensions in the CDC reach a boiling point! In a desperate attempt to quell any tensions with the American public, Wes helps devise a desperate, dangerous plan to win support for America's new hero: stage a real life-and-death battle with the most vicious super villain ever "created!"

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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Jun 27, 2006

    In The End: I'm still digging Georges Jeanty's art. This story would not be the same without it. His style gives the era and characters a distinctive look, and his storytelling is amazing. Between his art and Ridley's story, this is shaping up to be, in my opinion, the best series of the year. I have no idea where Ridley and crew are taking this story, but I am enjoying the ride. I am looking forward to seeing the New American confront Hellbent, if that is the direction Ridley goes. This book is just awesome, and if you aren't reading it then do whatever you can to pick it up because this is a serious classic in the making. Read Full Review

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