savagedragon's Demon Knights #5 - The Traitor review

Love this book

So Im a little biased ill admit because this book, Snyders Batman, Swampthing and Aquaman are my favorite New 52s but i have a special attraction to the story, art and characters of Demon Knights. This issue Cornell starts to illustrate dissent on the team and reveals more about Horsewoman. I really like how hes keeping the subplot of Xanadu and Etrigan/Jason love triangle a mystery so far. This issue has a cool twist at the end, albeit a predictable one but good nonetheless, Cant wait for next months. Overall not as good as issue 3 and 2 but still unnecessary setup. Really lovin this book.

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