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Hawkman and Hawkgirl pay a visit to the Star Sapphires, but with the Hawks' connection to the cosmic corps, it looks like this meeting may end in bloodshed. And more even more blood may be drawn as Captain Boomerang hunts down Deadman and Dove!    

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3.17 stars 3.17/5 Stars Average score of 9 user reviews

A Better Issue Than I Would Have Guessed 0

Deadman's and the Hawks' stories, the two weakest of the series, take the stage in what turns out to be a better issue than you would initially expect.  Hawkman and Hawkgirl's journey has unexpectedly taken them to Zamaron, along with Queen Shrike and a small army of Manhawks. It is essentially just a big action scene for them, but that is why it works. The Hawk-plot has gone beyond the point of being able to pull up from its downward spiral. Queen Shrike is just an unimpressive new villain and ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

OTR #30: Its time to rhyme for this tissue issue. 0

  Writer: Geoff Johns & Peter J. Tomasi  Artist: Ivan Reis, Adrian Syaf, Scott Clark & Joe Prado Inker: Vicente Cifuentes & David Beaty Color: Peter Steigerwald w/ Beth Sotelo Letterer: Rob Clark Jr.       Back again with a new issue, but be prepared to get a tissue. yeah i know im doing this in rhyme; its not like doing this now a days is a crime. So with a cliffhanger left in issue sixteen, it was ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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