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Japan's Super Young Team wants nothing more than to be seen as heroes in the eyes of their adoring public. Unfortunately, their adventures during FINAL CRISIS have gone unnoticed, and they've been reduced to performing at public appearances and on various TV shows literally dancing for their livelihood. But the appearance of a new American teammate and a deadly threat complicates the motives of the team as they try and find what truly makes somebody not just a hero, but a sensational hero. Discover the path to greatness in this exciting 6-issue miniseries!

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2.75 stars 2.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

WHY IS NO ONE READING THIS? 0

I hate it when a good book comes out and no one bothers with it. This is the case with Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance, I absolutely love this book but am afraid that it's never going to take off. The reason is that out of all the Aftermath tie-ins this is just above FCA: Ink in terms of sales. While it's obvious that FCA : Run is going to sell a lot because the Human Flame is one of the most hated villians in the DCU right now, but how is Run content wise? Overall it's not that good of a comic, b...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Who are they and why should I care? 0

I really have no idea what aspect of this comic I was supposed to like. There's nothing that actually sets it apart from...well, anything, really.  The characters are boring and unoriginal, and their names are stupid. You have your prerequisite 'cool guy' in Most Excellent whatshisface, the 'spunky' girl that someone likes in Shiny Happy person, the 'unattractive' guy that likes the 'spunky' girl who doesn't like him in that dude in the orange coat, the other girl in Shy ...

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