Brightest Day #22

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #22 - The End and The Beginning released by DC Comics on May 1, 2011.

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    As the end of BRIGHTEST DAY approaches, our returned heroes and villains begin converging in one area as the ultimate protector reveals itself against the ultimate menace!

    Firestorm journeys to the Anti-Matter universe to save his father and Professor Stein.


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    Review: Brightest Day #22 0

    Firestorm's battle with the Anti-Monitor and the Black Lanterns finally resolves long-standing confidence issues he's had.  The Good Like I've mentioned for Generation Lost, the appeal of the more deliberate pacing of a release schedule like this is that you get to see deeper character studies and watch hard lessons amidst all the spectacular fireworks. To that end, you really do feel the sense of exasperation Firestorm feels as he's put through this latest interminable bout with villains he's ...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Coming Close To The End 0

    It is Firestorm's turn to wrap things up as the end of Brightest Day approaches in a fun, action-packed showdown with the revived Black Lanterns that is almost distracting enough to keep me from wondering what exactly Firestorm's story has been in all this.  While most of the other Brightest Day storylines have revolved closely around the characters in a way that at least tries to rebuild or establish their own personal status quos, Firestorm's really has not had much to do with Firestorm. It is...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Brightest Day #22 - The jakob187 Review 0

    I kept trying to figure out why the hell I was still picking this book up on a faithful basis, as I feel like only a third of this series has really been worthwhile.  However, now that we're here in issue #22, there are FINALLY some pretty big answers unveiled.  As the cover proclaims, Firestorm and the Anti-Monitor have a bout with each other.  That bout lasts a max of about two or three pages (including a GLARING typo on a full-page panel of "LET'S DO NOW!").  The art passes for serviceable, a...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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