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    Reviews - Justice Society of America - #1

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Nicely done. - Nawfalq
I love all the covers that were done for this issue. Two storylines run through this issue - both are interesting and engaging. The writing is good and the art is excellent. Should be fairly easy for new readers (or those unfamiliar with JSA) to pick up and follow along. Wildcat is his usual dismal self. Starman is intriguing and the frames with him are drawn perfectly.

Starman: "It’s Wednesday. They’re serving sloppy joes tonight. Do you like sloppy joes as much as I do?”




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