The Ashes of Victory last edited by Symlen on 01/17/19 11:06AM View full history

With Ferrin Colos having met his apparent end in battle for control of the Darkstars with Jeddigar, new Darkstar Donna Troy and the deputies are left to mourn... and the deputies to rethink their role in the organisation. Meanwhile, John Stewart takes command of the Darkstars and attempts to pick up the pieces while, on Earth, a new war heats up between the alien Syndicate and its mysterious rival, the Crimelord.



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Don't Let the Cover Fool You 0

Great cover, but unfortunately, Deodato's art doesn't grace the interior of the book and Collins' work is far, far below his average (see some of my other posts). Because of the poor attention to the artwork this proved to be a more difficult read than I thought. This issue also proved to be yet another breaking point to show that this was quickly becoming a Donna Troy book. - this, unlike the pencils, is to my liking (being a HUGE Donna fan). Starfire joins the cast as a guest star looking to f...

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