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New co-writer Joe Harris (Ghost Projekt) joins Ethan Van Sciver in this white-hot jumping-on issue! Plus: Van Sciver provides interior art for what's sure to be one of the most talked-about comics of the year! As the fallout from the recent rogue Firestorm attack spreads and threatens to bring down Zither-Tech and the Firestorm Protocols, Ronnie Raymond pursues the Russian Nuclear Man Pozhar on what may well turn out to be a suicide mission. Meanwhile, Jason Rusch is made an offer he can't refuse. Separated in an evolving game of international atomic brinkmanship, each Firestorm faces a world more dangerous than he ever imagined... while one gets a life-altering shock you'll never forget!



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Found me first 0

This issue picks up exactly where the last left off and bulds on it.  This is advertized as a good jumping on point for the series and I would say that this is an excellent way to sum this issue up.  While Jason is trying to figure out what has happened previously at the stadium and grows wary of the involvement of Zither and her organization, Ronnie is out trying to find a more proactive approach to stopping the perpetrators.  Unfortunately for him though once he finds them he is completely un...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Flaming on 0

THE GOOD: The art is okay to me. It seems like a slightly modern George Perez style and that works for me because I really like the hatching lines he adds to his work and this artist does the same. The story really impressed me. I'll just start off saying I got this series for Gail Simone and Yildary Cinar. They are both gone, and this issue was still amazing. I really like the interaction between Jason and his parents and Ronnie's mother. Really cool and sorta emotional. I also really liked Ron...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Divided They Stand 0

Look, it's better than the Green Lantern banner because I get the point of this one. It's not hyping a movie that didn't need extra hype, and its for a good cause. But it doesn't change the fact that the "We Can Be Heroes" banner is a huge detriment to the covers its on. At this point I'm starting to get used to the banner, it isn't as eye searing as the Green Lantern one from months back, so the effect is muted a bit. Or maybe even the lime green on this cover isn't exactly a strong color? I do...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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