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1.17 stars 1.17/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews
Anyone who accused Higgins of turning Deathstroke into a bland generic stereotypical 'badass' needs to read this issue. This makes Higgins look like friggin' Morrison. (I really enjoyed Higgins' run, personally.) For no explained reason, Deathstroke is back to his old costume, which isn't exactly a bad idea, but kind of a stupid one if they're looking to create more consistency in the New 52 to hang onto the new readers. But really, in Higgins' run, Deathstroke had motivation. He had a goal, he ...8 out of 10 found this review helpful.
I have had the pleasure of reading the first two Higgins issues on Deathstroke before picking this up so I could compare the two takes on Deathstroke. I have never been a major Deathstroke fan but I never had a problem with the character either. I mostly was ignorant to his appearances in Pre-New 52. I have been told that Higgins was ruining Deathstroke. After reading Liefeld's first issue on the new Deathstroke series, I just do not see how that is possible.Everyone is aware of how terrible of ...8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Wooo! First review ever! Anyways, to the review.I’ve been reading the last 8 issues of Deathstroke and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed Higgin's run. Admittedly, I had never read any Deathstroke comics before the New 52, so I’m not the ultimate guide to Deathstroke. However, this has been a series that I thoroughly been enjoying until DC Comics decided to shake up the creative team, most likely to help boost lagging sales.I’ve never had read any of Rob Liefeld’s work, despite reading numerous criticisms ...6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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