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Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight Youve Been Waiting For

Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight You've Been Waiting For

It also seems likely that Slade just doesn’t care either way, like the Joker.Also, Bruce and Slade trying to armchair diagnose one another with mental illnesses is pretty funny and fantastic.[caption id="attachment_898326" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #34 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Trevor Scott, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan does incredible work in bringing this fight[...]

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Mallah’s huffing and puffing about Brain’s distance and arrogance does veer dangerously close to the realm of melodrama, but it never fully crosses that line.[caption id="attachment_837092" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans Annual #2 art by Tom Grummett, Cam Smith, Mick Gray, Trevor Scott, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Tom Grummett and Tom Derenick split the penciling on this issue, and[...]

Deathstroke #29 Review: All Conflicts Befall Slade at Once

Deathstroke #29 Review: All Conflicts Befall Slade at Once

It’s almost wall-to-wall action and maintains that Christopher Priest seriousness and intensity that has made this comic as engaging as it has been since its beginning.[caption id="attachment_807408" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #29 art by Diogenes Neves, Trevor Scott, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Diogenes Neves’s artwork remains attuned to the series and its tone[...]

Deathstroke #28 Review: Back to Basics for Slade Wilson

Deathstroke #28 Review: Back to Basics for Slade Wilson

Kong is probably going to annoy the crap out of Slade, and that would be pretty entertaining.The one drawback to all these spinning plates is that no plot advances too far this issue, though they all cooperate in a way that it seems like they may come to a head in unison.[caption id="attachment_789472" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

Who else but DC's Green Lantern can help the Colonel scan the universe to catch the thief?! KFC #3's creative team includes writer Tony Bedard, penciler Tom Derenick, inkers Trevor Scott and Sean Parsons, with a cover by Tom Grummett and Trevor Scott. Yes, it's a comic about fried chicken sandwiches But admit it -- this is more exciting than anything Marvel has announced[...]