runs the most dangerous gambling den on Earth - a club where
costumed adventurers are lured to fight for their lives as
super-villains bet on the outcome. Now she's turned her sights
on the JSA, and she's got more than a professional interest
in seeing the team destroyed...
a really poor opening and the first dozen pages, or so, are
painful to read through. There is way too much "Hi Sand.
How are you?" "I'm fine Hawkman. Me and Wildcat
are off for a pizza, wanna join us?" corny introductions
to ensure that new readers are in no doubt who everyone is.
This is in spite of the fact that Titan have kindly provided
a list of whose who at the start of the book.
everything settles down things become more interesting. The
middle third of the book is the most entertaining with Roulette
pitting the various JSA members against one another. And the
final instalment sees a moody Batman turn up, solve a mystery
with the aid of the JSA and leave - not my idea of a good
in all one third of this collection is very entertaining and
the rest is readable... just.
a collection to entice newcomers to the series to want to
read more. This is a shame because JSA collections
can be damn entertaining - when they get it right.
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