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Boy oh boy, finally a comic that shows us what it really means to be a hero! The Good! All of it! No seriously I love it all. The art work is crisp and clean, it's not too artsy for it's own good, it's not so realistic that you get motion sickness from it! The writing, I'm not a huge fan of Johns, but wow, he took all that pessimistic animosity I had for Aquaman and threw it out the window! He explains to us what Aquaman can do, he shows us Aquaman in action. Then he shows us why we should eve...3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
There's something to be said about a hero that's been there and wants to stop but can't. Not because he's addicted but because it's his duty. Hawkman has this air of modern nobility about him. The Good: A lot of times the art and the writing in comics seems disjointed, but this isn't one of them. Personally I prefer the cleaner crisper art of Jim Lee and the like. But reading through the comic, the feeling of being lost Carter has, the art nails that feeling so well. Philip Tan is spot on! ...3 out of 4 found this review helpful.