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Hank Heywood wakes up to find that Reichsmark's molten metal has become a part of him and even regenerated his missing leg. In order to contain his new strength, the JSA designs a suit for him that looks like his grandfather's Commander Steel outfit. Meanwhile, in Opal City, Superman visits his old friend Starman to try to find out the purpose for the Legion of Super-Heroes recent trip from the 31st century, and why Thom stayed behind. Back in New York City, Power Girl takes Hank on a mission to free college students being help hostage by neo-Nazis, sympathetic to Captain Nazi. At the successful conclusion of the mission, Power Girl christens Hank as Citizen Steel. Hank then finally reunites with the young survivors of his family picnic.    

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4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

Quiet it took me a little while to write this. 0

I've had this comic for about a week or tow maybe three, IDK I lose track of the days during summer. So what are my thoughts on this comic, well Starman finally has himself a sloppy joe and well that fulfilled one of my needs. On the other hand I didn't expect Citizen Steel to start out his superhero career as a whinny pin head, seriously the guy complains about everything intially even his costume which I think looks awesome. But you kind of get a little reasoning why he doesn't like it and wel...

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