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The Fury of Firestorm #19 ReviewOverview:Firestorm has to fight a whole team of villains while protecting Ronnie’s mom.The Good:The story was pretty good. It was action packed and had a suitable amount of dialogue and story as well. Seeing Firestorm fight enemies that are not other Firestorms is a nice change of pace. The enemies he fights are mostly obscure (or new, I am not sure) and they are diverse enough to give him a run for his money without dumbing Firestorm down. The side story with To...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
It's weird, this cover IS the foldout done right, the reveal is something from early in the issue, but in a way it does it wrong from the other end. The shock is minimized by the obscurity of the villains. I thought most of them were new, but it turns out they're just picked randomly from the Pre-New 52 Firestorm's history. They ended up obscure because, well, they didn't do much outside of his old series as far as I know; I only know Plastique from JLU. In the New 52 they all have no context.T...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
The Good: With The Fury of Firestorm: the Nuclear Men's ending right around the corner, it seems the writers want it to go out with a bang. Love the new surprise enemies like Killer Frost (who's origin we briefly saw in issue 2) and one of the Hyena Squad members supposedly turned into a real Hyena, they go all out against Firestorm while he's forced to deal with protecting his mother. The art feels amazing and fits the action and characters perfectly.The Bad: Some scenes almost felt unnecessar...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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