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Three innocent high school kids are caught in the crosshairs of an international special forces team with orders to murder them in cold blood...until two of those teenagers summon the terrifying, living nuclear monstrosity known as the Fury of Firestorm! Do not miss this disturbing look into the future of super powers in the DC Universe!



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Duck and cover 0

With the duo now joined and operating independently of their control, the terrorists that attacked the school previously are facing a threat that they had not counted on.  The portrayal of Firestorm here is an interesting twist, as separate nuclear men the two are in complete control, but merged together they form a separate entity.  This depiction is in my opinion a better one overall for the character as it adds a lot more to the character dynamics.  As the issue proceeds the Ronnie and Jason ...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Would Alice Cooper be proud of this ? 0

Review for Firestorm #2.The Story: Jason, Ronny and Tonya sit around and get explanations from Jason about all this crazyness. Also we see more of the villains.The Good: I have no idea why but I like villains that are hopped up on drugs, maybe it's because it makes them dangerous or it lets the writers write crazy dialogue. The mystery of the Firestorm origin to be interesting, the hinting that it might be of mystical origin and not scientific. I think I really like Cinar's style when it's more ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Title of The Series That This Issue is Of Is Still Far Too Lo 0

The Good: The beginning is definitely intriguing. We got hit with a lot last issue, and it's coming together in a totally new way after the finale. The pacing settles out a bit after the wildly rushed finale last issue. Fury's speach, at least at the start, consisted entirely of choices, or opposites, or something. I'm not sure what the literary term is. But he says only stuff like "Move. Or burn" "Duck. And cover." It seemed to set up something interesting due to the dual nature in Fury's creat...

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