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In “Constellations,” part 1, The All-Stars have survived their first major battle, but in the aftermath, one team member is missing without a trace. The mysterious Strike Force has that member captive, but there’s someone else who wants the missing All-Star even worse than Strike Force does. Plus, the rift between Power Girl and Magog widens.

And in the first chapter of a new co-feature, Liberty Belle and Hourman embark on a worldwide hunt for a mysterious book – and the killer who may be after the secrets held within it! Icicle and Tigress aren’t responsible for the murder, but they just might hold some keys to solving the mystery!

Written by Matthew Sturges
Co-feature written by Jen Van Meter
Art and Cover by Freddie Williams II
Co-feature Art by Travis Moore and Dan Green

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%


KRYPTOTIM01/18/10YesRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.1
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  1. It’s make or break for this book.  I know its only a second issue but I can’t justify buying two JSA books especially if this one is of dubious quality.

  2. Frankly, I can no longer justify buying either JSA book. The team just isn’t in good (creative) hands these days.

  3. I’m looking forward to this issue just to see what Sturges is gonna do with his new team. I’ve really liked Sturges’ other work, so despite the mediocre JSA arc w/Willingham I have faith that this could be a good book.

  4. I really love Fables and Jack of Fables, but I haven’t liked anything else these guys have written, especially any superhero stuff, and I passed on this after being underwhelmed by the first issue.  There are some really good comics out there, and this is not one.  Plus, I’ve never read anything by Jen Van Meter that wasn’t boring.  No $3.99 from me.

  5. The lack of pupils in this comic is troublesome.

  6. I did feel the lack of pupils took away from the story, almost like they were rushing to get it done.  On a positive, the backup story was better.  Still, I think I may just stick with the regular JSA from now on.

  7. The back-up was better. Sturges has changed just about every character away from where Johns had them. That is all fine and good, but I don’t like these all new characters that only vaguely resemble ones I fell in love with. I will give Willingham a few more issues, but bid adieu to the All Stars.

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