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    DCU: Legacies » DCU: Legacies #1 - In the Beginning...; Snapshot: Reflection! released by DC Comics on July 2010.

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    In the Beginning...; Snapshot: Reflection! last edited by pikahyper on 02/09/22 04:00PM View full history

    It starts here! DC Comics proudly presents a ten-part history of the DC Universe spanning five generations of heroes from the dawn of the Mystery Men to present day. In this first exciting issue, the Second World War rages on, giving birth to a new breed of hero. Caped and masked urban myths become legends as they emerge from the shadows to earn their place in history. Meanwhile, explore the bizarre new heroes Dr. Fate and The Spectre and learn whether their powers are real…or imagined.

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    Review: DC Universe Legacies 0

    The Good This book doesn’t necessarily follow the Justice Society members themselves, but a single man who had a health obsession with the Golden Age heroes. I loved the take on this. Too many times, we just follow the team, but less often, we follow someone that looks up to them and has their own bump-ins with the heroes. This book does a great job at introducing the reader to two characters who may not get the limelight as much as the rest of the JSA, Sandman and the original Atom. The back-...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Old School Art fits 0

    Say what you want to say. The Kubert's in this issue shine. First off the story written by Len Wein is simply put... well done.  I went into this book kind of skeptical because i really don't like Joe Kubert's art. Wasn't a big fan of his style. Sorry. now his son is ok and all but generally the Kuberts art is not in my taste. This book changes all that. Now i want to get more books drawn either of the Kuberts. Maybe its the flow of the story and the olden day's backdrop. Whatever the case may b...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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