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    Reviews - Heroes Against Hunger - One-Shot

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Many great artists and writers for a good cause - chubbytoad
I wish I'd known when this came out back in 1986. I found it recently and I am glad I picked it up. Its filled with pages done by different artists and writers including legends in comics like Jack Kirby, Marv Wolfman, George Perez, Jerry Ordway, Carmine Infatino and so many more.

I thought the story was well written and well conceived. I knew when I saw the cover that this was not something Superman could "just fix" and I wanted to see how they handled that. They didn't disappoint. In the end, Kal can't save the day and we feel sorry for him. The circumstances that caused the situation in Ethiopia are revealed, and it sinks in, Superman can help, but this is the kind of crisis that he can't fix. Its the kind of crisis that any of us can be a hero in.

There are some surprises in this story and it is emotional, too. I am glad I found this book. Its a keeper.

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