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TITLE: Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (of 7)
AUTHOR: Joshua Williamson
ARTISTS: Various. Cover by Daniel Sampere & Alejandro Sanchez.
RELEASED: December 20, 2022
By Rob Siebert
Dark Crisis barely stands on its own, much less as a sequel to Crisis on Infinite Earths. Issue #7 does nothing to sway my opinion in that respect. With due respect to Joshua Williamson, who usually turns in quality work, this one was a flop.
But let’s talk in the positive and not the negative. What did I like about Dark Crisis? A few things…
– The art by Daniel Sampere and Alejandro Sanchez has consistently been a treat.
– The cosmic ramifications that we (eventually…) got to.
– The emphasis on the Titans, who are too often put on the backburner.
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