They almost killed each other, and Alfred and Wintergreen want the rivalry to end As such, they have set up a trap to incapacitate Slade and Bruce if they can't cooperate to find their own way out of the cave Meanwhile, the FBI is still occupying Wayne Manor, but Jericho has a plan. Deathstroke #35 cover[...]
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 escort him down to the Batcave A vicious duel between Deathstroke and Batman erupts immediately after Meanwhile, Jericho confronts Adeline about[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A plane carrying Deathstroke and Wintergreen is shot down over Saudi Arabia, and Slade finds someone dressed like the Batman on the ground In Gotham, a highly advanced chip developed by Wayne Enterprises is stolen from a man in a bar Commissioner Gordon brings this information to Bruce Wayne, and he goes to investigate. Deathstroke[...]
This leads Batman on a collision course with Deathstroke, and that can only end in blood. Deathstroke #30 cover by Lee Weeks and Brad Anderson The comic opens with a brief conversation between Alfred Pennyworth and Wintergreen, which is great on its own. I should have been looking forward to the kind of Batman Christopher Priest was going[...]
Deathstroke, in his attempts to save his daughter rose, faces down Isherwood, Terra, and the New Super Man. Is it a good read?
In Deathstroke Annual, the future of Defiance hangs in the balance. Deathstroke's team is collapsing from within. Can he save this group of lost and wandering heroes? Does it make for a good read?
No one thinks that his intentions are truly altruistic; not even Wintergreen Slade won't tilt his hand to anyone, if he is indeed hiding anything. Christopher Priest has really put together a complex and absorbing narrative here where the endgame is nigh-impossible to predict I'm not even sure he knows where he's going with this (and[...]
Deathstroke #21 is a genuinely intriguing play by writer Christopher Priest, and it really leaves me excited and curious about what will happen next.