The Emerald City: A Dark Things Epilogue wiki last edited by AmishAvenger on 05/20/13 01:56PM View full history

Obsidian at long last reunites with his father Alan Scott after the intense madness of the recent JLA/JSA crossover as both come to terms with what their family has just been through. Can these two heroes pick up the pieces and move on after the devastation they've just survived? Don't miss this special issue written by superstar scribe James Robinson!

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One great spread doesn't a comic make. 0

   The title refers to a 2 page spread that is around the 8-9 page from the end of the issue.  I really didn't like the story too much and most of the art was good but not compared to that two page spread.  Also the 6-7 pages were also of note considering they too are very good.  But beyond that, I don't have much use for this comic.  I usually really like the JSA but I will be thrilled when this story arc is over. ...

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It's like a fairy tail on drugs. 0

So here we are with JSA #43 ( Brightest day tie-in ), "The Dark Things: Epilogue". So if you havn't been keeping up with the recent flow of issues from our favouret golden age team let me explain. Recently ( in a JSA/JLA tie in story ark ) a large fragment of the star heart crashed on earth and took controll of Allan Scott, the original green lanters who's powers come from a very small fragment of the star heart. The resulting merge involved the star heart going crazy, taking controlle of meta h...

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