Final Crisis Aftermath Dance #1 (of 6)

Final Crisis Aftermath Dance #1 (of 6)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Joe Casey Art by ChrisCross Cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau
Japan's Super Young Team wants nothing more than to be seen as heroes in the eyes of their adoring public. Unfortunately, their adventures during FINAL CRISIS have gone unnoticed, and they've been reduced to performing at public appearances and on various TV shows literally dancing for their livelihood. But the appearance of a new American teammate and a deadly threat complicates the motives of the team as they try and find what truly makes somebody not just a hero, but a sensational hero. Discover the path to greatness in this exciting 6-issue miniseries!
Date Available: 05/20/2009
BONUS REVIEW by Stephen Banas

The Super Young Team is a cool concept and I prefer the way DC handles their hipster group much more than Marvel’s trainwreck attempt. This first issue gives a fast pace glimpse at DC’s unsung heroes during Final Crisis as they are tossed into the PR spotlight. This was an enjoyable issue that had a lot of style to it and that’s what kept me interested while I was reading. The art grew on me and is a great fit for this story so that was a plus. Overall there was a lot of solid foundation laid for the rest of the series and a quick little fight near the end just to keep the allure. There’s promise here and I would recommend picking it up.
I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Joe Casey Art by ChrisCross Cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau
Japan's Super Young Team wants nothing more than to be seen as heroes in the eyes of their adoring public. Unfortunately, their adventures during FINAL CRISIS have gone unnoticed, and they've been reduced to performing at public appearances and on various TV shows literally dancing for their livelihood. But the appearance of a new American teammate and a deadly threat complicates the motives of the team as they try and find what truly makes somebody not just a hero, but a sensational hero. Discover the path to greatness in this exciting 6-issue miniseries!
Date Available: 05/20/2009
BONUS REVIEW by Stephen Banas

The Super Young Team is a cool concept and I prefer the way DC handles their hipster group much more than Marvel’s trainwreck attempt. This first issue gives a fast pace glimpse at DC’s unsung heroes during Final Crisis as they are tossed into the PR spotlight. This was an enjoyable issue that had a lot of style to it and that’s what kept me interested while I was reading. The art grew on me and is a great fit for this story so that was a plus. Overall there was a lot of solid foundation laid for the rest of the series and a quick little fight near the end just to keep the allure. There’s promise here and I would recommend picking it up.
I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams
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