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Threads of the entire DC Universe collide in this new series set in the early days of The New 52 from writer Justin Jordan (The Strange Talents of Luther Strode).

As Superman emerges, so too does the world’s counter measures against him and his kind!

Dinah Lance, Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, John Lynch, Alex Fairchild, Cole Cash, Slade Wilson are Team 7 – and their story will change everything you know about The New 52!

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Getting The Team Back Together - Team 7 #0 0

It's finally arrived - "Team 7", a book that I've personally been anticipating. Let's see how it shaped out...The Good:There's nothing wrong with a book that knows exactly what it's supposed to be and then just rolls with it for all that it's worth. "Team 7" comes off as such a book.This was a fun and action packed issue, with quite a few humorous moments packed inside. Despite the light and flashy sequences it never comes to the detriment of the story or the flow of the issue, reading much like...

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This mission just got a whole lot more impossible! 0

(No Spoilers)Zero Month in the New 52 also brings a new wave of books with it and one of those is Team 7; a legendary team from the old Wildstorm Universe. Much like a Mission Impossible movie, Justin Jordan is tasked with introducing (or re-introducing) lots of characters in this book. It's a fast-paced issue that does its job well by not only being an awesome origin issue but also a great jumping on point for anyone who wants another chance to get into the New 52.I have to start off by saying ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Wait, Why is 'Seven' Being Thrown Around, There's NINE Of Them 0

Ok, I was not expecting much from this, of the entire Third Wave I was least excited about this series; even of both new waves combined. The busy grim n' gritty gun filled cover didn't exactly inspire much confidence either. This basically looked to be The Expendables if set in the DC Universe.After the Zero issue, my hopes are a little higher, but I can't exactly say if my hypothesis was right or wrong. All we really got in this issue was the setup for the team, and their general mission statem...

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