Man YouTube sensation and speaker-activist Chella Man has been tapped for the recurring role of Joseph Wilson aka Jericho Mute after his father failed to rescue him from having his vocal cords severed by assassins, Jericho has the unique ability to possess anyone just by making eye contact. A proven YouTube presence (with 173,000 subscribers and 2.5[...]
Jericho star Amy Smart is joining the cast of the upcoming live-action Stargirl series from DC Universe With the series set to premiere late 2019, Smart has been tapped to play Barbara Whitmore, Courtney's mother (Brec Bassinger) who is jumping back into the workforce and striving to be the best mother and provider she can[...]
Meanwhile, the FBI is still occupying Wayne Manor, but Jericho has a plan. Deathstroke #35 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson Deathstroke #35 finishes out the "Deathstroke vs Batman" story which has spanned the past five issues It ends with Slade and Bruce being forced to get over themselves and find a means of[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jericho reminisces on the day he lost his voice, and Deathstroke finally pays Bruce Wayne a visit in the Manor Slade convinces Bruce to keep Damian and Dick out of it, and Alfred and Wintergreen arrive to the Manor soon after The FBI arrives at the manner just after them, and Slade has Bruce[...]
The duel between Deathstroke and Batman begins with a mysterious package claiming that Slade is Robin's father. This leads to a globe-trotting battle between two of the most dangerous men on the planet. Is it a good read?
Deathstroke, in his attempts to save his daughter rose, faces down Isherwood, Terra, and the New Super Man. Is it a good read?
He allows the reader to know Slade while contending with the mystery that is Slade. Deathstroke is also a consummate badass, but Priest keeps the complexities and nuances of the character that keep him from being just a badass. The support cast is compelling, too, with a couple of twists coming at the reader courtesy of Wintergreen,[...]
Only Terra and Jericho show up for the operation, signaling that Defiance is crumbling from within. Deathstroke Annual #1 cover by Ryan Sook This issue brings a conclusion to the "Defiance" arc for Deathstroke All of the internal problems with the team come to a head at once, as the internal distrust and animosity explodes. We also learn[...]
The conflict between Slade, Jericho, and Isherwood is a bit complicated, even if there is a lot to like about the dynamic Christopher Priest seems to be banking on people remembering events of issues past more than may be fair Priest is good enough at succinctly recounting most of the significant plot points so that[...]
Jericho, Kid Flash, and Rose are more concerned about the fate of their de facto leader. The person holding Slade Wilson: David Isherwood He holds many grudges against Deathstroke, from the falling out with his son, the fact that Slade has one of his eyes, and other grievances that can only come from having association with[...]
Deathstroke discovered this, because of course he did, and now all of Wally's inner thoughts and uncovered facts are being aired out before the rest of the team. This includes his thoughts on his teammates, his encounter with a shooter alongside Power Girl, a shopping trip with Jericho, eavesdropping on a conflict between Tara and Ravager,[...]
Deathstroke struggles to hammer his team into a workable squad, as the complicated relationship between he and Rose begins to show itself in ugly ways.
Joseph is a mute who takes the name Jericho and has the ability to possess someone, literally taking over their body He joins with the Titans when he learns that Deathstroke has taken on a contract to kill the young team He started out as a hero, but has had trouble with insanity and being[...]
Deathstroke is quickly becoming one of my favorite DC titles. It is interesting, the story is layered very well, and Deathstroke is a fascinating anti-hero.
Rose and Jericho want to know if their father has really reformed Terra is there as a plant for Adeline. This is the poster-boy comic for, "where are you going with this?" a question that has to be leveled at veteran writer, Christopher Priest, who really is throwing the readership for a loop here. That's not a[...]