The Savage, Part Three: Blood Loss wiki last edited by guttridgeb on 06/26/13 02:53AM View full history

Vandal Savage unleashed!

In the final chapter of this story, KASS is forced to make the ultimate choice between two killers – and her father may be the worse of them!

Kass is held hostage by the Swan Killer who turns out to be Steven Ward the son of Detective Adam Ward, who captured her father and died for it. He studied his father's notes to imitate Savage's murders. He was hoping to thereby get Savage released from prison, so he could meet and kill him for the death of his father. Before Steven decides to kill Kass instead, Savage turns up and they fight. Kass shoots Steven and kills him.

Savage wants to leave but Kass points the gun at him, blaming him again for all his and Steven's murders. Before Kass can make a decision, the SWAT teams arrive and capture Savage. Back in prison, they talk once again and Kass tells him, she can't deal with his past right now. When she leaves, Savage chokes up a key, ready to escape once more...

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Virtues of the Father 0

Leave it to Ryan Sook to still nail it when giving us a simple cover. Sure it's essentially just Kass about to stab a murderer while her father watches, but it's THE COLORS that make this image leap and thrive. The cool casual blue in the alleyway, a moment almost frozen in time, AS A DYNAMIC EMOTIONAL WOMAN RAISES A KNIFE TO A CREEPY MAN. And Savage stands between this time freeze and the yellow life of the city. The real world. He's overjoyed to see Kass cross the threshold. And it's Savage, t...

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It is an ending 0

My expectations into this Savage arc of DC Presents lead to a bumpy start. I hardly ever look at previews, and my only exposure to Vandal Savage so far is in the fantastic Demon Knights where Vandal is very much the loveable brute of the group. So to say I was taken aback by James Robinson’s Hannibal Lecter/Charles Manson like portrayal of Vandal might be an understatement. That said Vandal’s daughter Kassandra Sage potentially added an extra layer of a Father Daughter relationship that kept my ...

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