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    Reviews - JSA - #38

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A nice 'personal' touch - Joshboyd
It was a cool sort of issue that, despite no 'action', still showed a good story, about how job-oriented these super-heroes are. When it comes to Father's Day, sometimes it's just another day - Jakeem doesn't really 'know' his father, and Hourman lost his father, the Golden Age Hourman, in a battle. This issue deals with them dealing with that. A good one.




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