The Eye Contact, Part 1 wiki last edited by jeffreyv2512 on 11/24/13 06:53AM View full history

The fan-favorite DC Comics character burns his way back into the DCU in a startling new series by Dan Jolley, ChrisCross & John Dell! Teenager Jason Rusch has his hands full as a teenager dealing with an abusive dad and a local criminal for whom he unwisely agreed to do a job. But things are going to get a lot more complicated once he's granted the powers of Firestorm! Don't miss this hot new take on a classic character!    
 
Jason Rusch, a Detroit native and victim of child abuse, needs a job, and turns to local thug Stevie Golek. He is given a delivery assignment, and as he is delivering the package, a bolt of energy and fire smashes into him from the sky. After regaining consciousness Jason completes his delivery, late. He is caught in the middle of a gunfight, and panics; what results is that he and the nearest thug with whom he makes eye contact are engulfed in flame and light. What emerges is a new Firestorm.

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 Summary and scans can be viewed hereThe Good The art was pretty good, all the characters were very expressive in body and facial features. We got into Jason’s head and the many problems that litter his life. His father’s history is also touched upon and the questions of where is his mom are brought up. Also of note was the use of art to illustrate the abusive relationship between father and son. Never stated here but the way the characters interacted it was pretty clear Jason was terrifi...

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