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Deathstroke, Volume 1 Deathstroke May Be One Of The Most Hardened Anti Heroes In The DC Universe, But There S No Cutting Corners When It Comes To Contract Killing, Especially When Your Family Is On The Hit List Confronted By His Own Troubled Past And Challenged To Reinvent Himself Before He Loses Everything And Everyone In His Life, Slade Wilson, A.k.a Deathstroke, Finds Himself And Those He Values Most In The Crosshairs Stalked By An Unseen Enemy.Collecting Deathstroke 1 5, Rebirth


10 thoughts on “Deathstroke, Volume 1

  1. says:

    I really wanted to like this because I really like Christopher Priest But there were just too many moments that I just kind of shook my head, re read a few pages, and then wentWait What I know who Deathstroke is and I know some backstory on his character, but I don t think I m alone when I say that I don t have an encyclopedic knowledge of everything about the guy.It s Deathstroke, not Superman, you know A little re cap wouldn t hurt.So, I don t know whether I m just missing too much inform I really wanted to like this because I really like Christopher Priest But there were just too many moments that I just kind of shook my head, re read a few pages, and then wentWait What I know who Deathstroke is and I know some backstory on his character, but I don t think I m alone when I say that I don t have an encyclopedic knowledge of everything about the guy.It s Deathstroke, not Superman, you know A little re cap wouldn t hurt.So, I don t know whether I m just missing too much information that I should already know about Slade Wilson who the fuck is Wintergreen or if Priest just did a piss poor job telling the story I get that it was supposed to be all twisty with these big reveals to make you GASP But almost all of it was to me extremely con...


  2. says:

    Did you know Rebirth is a massive hit for DC They re selling a buttload of these comics But is anyone reading them Because if they are, how are DC still managing to sell so many comics when they re this bad I m honestly at a loss to explain it.Despite his horrendous Black Panther comics at Marvel, I was willing to give Christopher Priest another shot but after Deathstroke Rebirth, that s it I m never reading another Christopher Priest comic again After some meandering drivel in Africa, Dea Did you know Rebirth is a massive hit for DC They re selling...


  3. says:

    Oddly intriguing for a book about a villain who s a complete asshole, The Professional held my attention in spite of it s often confusing, non linear narrative Christopher Priest s characterisation is unique, resulting in some great scenes that make it easier to overlo...


  4. says:

    Issues with Batman were okay Everything before that was pretty meh Artwork wasn t to my liking, at all Full review to come.


  5. says:

    At first I didn t like it The first two issues are confusing, jumbled, and pretty hard to following Then it starts panning out, and you get into it, and then it clicks It s a lot of fun when Damien and Batman come in Batman being cold and calculated and Damien being a little shit in the best way possible Works well to see the two work with Deathstroke and Rose his daughter Listen I don t like Slade much I never understood the hype around him I believe Judas Contract...


  6. says:

    Had this mixed up with Deathstroke, Volume 1 Legacy instead Sorry if I have steered anyone wrong But, I hear this newer collection is no better


  7. says:

    I received an eARC copy of this graphic novel from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.First off, I loved the artwork The characters were drawn vividly and the color really jumps out and is pleasing to the eye.But The story Eh There were good moments, but overall it was pretty disjointed Even within each issue, the storyline jumps from past to present to not as past butpast than present to kinda present to huh And, where I though this was a reboot of sort I received an eARC copy of this graphic novel from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.First off, I loved the artwork The characters were drawn vividly and the color really jumps out and is pleasing to the eye.But The story Eh There were good moments, but overall it was pretty disjointed Even within each issue, the storyline jumps from past to present to not as past butpast than present to kinda present to huh And,...


  8. says:

    Wow I don t think I ve read anything having to do with Deathstroke since the glory days of the New Teen Titans Takes me back It s a tribute to Wolfman and Perez that their character is still going strong and seemingly an integral part of the DC Universe.The book is all twisty and plot y, appropriate for an action title with a mercenary protagonist I found the storyline a bit confusing at first It does a lot of jumping around, but there are some nice touches I liked the han...


  9. says:

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review, sort of I was supposed to receive Astro City, Vol 14, but got this one instead By mistake Whatever 3 stars, and showing promise I was really confused about what was happening with all of the flashbacks and jumping all over the globe, but about halfway through the book, things started coming together Probably because a certain character just seemed to disa...


  10. says:

    When I heard that Christopher J Priest, the first black comic book writer and editor for Marvel and DC Comics was coming out of retirement, I knew I had to pick up what ever project he was doing After reading his amazing work for Black Panther which will be made into a movie next year I had very high expectationsand they have been met He came back to write one of the most notorious characters in DC Comics history and brought his signature style to it This was a blast to read pretty much When I heard that Christopher J Priest, the first black comic book writer and editor for...


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