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Should Shredder or General Krang be taken down first? It's a question the Ninja Turtles can't seem to agree on and it's creating a divide. Meanwhile, Old Hob builds his army of mutants and sets his sights on a very specific target.
Oliver's pushing himself further and further to protect Seattle from criminals.
An explosive first part to a new story you won't want to miss.
and I thought you weren't interested in Red Sonja
@dngn4774: He's been my favorite GL since I was a kid. Grew up with him on JLU.
This issue just further contradicted and muddled up the Wilson family history in this god awful reboot. DC isn't even trying anymore.
@lifeofvibe: No, no Jason. Never.
And why did you post the same thing four times?
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@batwatch: Well if I had to guess, Rose will reveal to Caitlin that she is a clone of the original Catilin, they'll argue, Caitlin upset that Rose kept such a secret from her and Rose saying it was to protect her her or not wanting to hurt her or something, they'll work through it and go find whatever the hell they're looking for in the lab to stop Deathstroke. Meanwhile, Deathstroke will take down the rest of the Ravagers, some stuff happens, the place will blow up, some will get away and some will die, Rose will discover something shocking about her own origin (hopefully, would love some clarification on the parts they've effed up there), whatever plan they had to stop Slade will fail, Deathstroke will take Rose and Terra back to Harvest (maybe Rose offers to go with him in exchange for not hurting Caitlin), who will give them over to Slade as payment, then they will go on their way...
Um... but yeah, just a guess.
@batwatch: Well she's definitely been portrayed as far more conflicted, with an underlying sense to do good, but still retaining her hard exterior while essentially following Harvest mostly out of fear that he'll kill her if she doesn't play by his rules, so points there for not having her as a bloodthirsty villain like in the first issue... *shudder*
Now that she's out of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and not under Harvest's control, though, she should have opportunity to become more her own character than someone's lacky, I hope (that is if she shows up anywhere else any time soon...). And That Terra/Jericho stuff was in Deathstroke #19, which takes place after The Ravagers #12. We'll find out next week how exactly it happened, but Rose and Terra end up going with Deathstroke in order to stop the Majestic threat, which originated in Team 7.
Obviously Slade accepted Harvest's contract in order to get his daughter back, but his other half of the payment was Terra, who John Lynch described as the keys to stopping Majestic... not sure how that's going to work, but we'll see in Deathstroke #20, I suppose.
PG getting her classic costume back was explained in Supergirl #19 (and if you want to read something where Power Girl actually feels like the Power GIrl of old, give that issue a whirl).
But... that's really all I got. Glad I dropped this series way back at #3.
I knew Power Girl was crossing over with Supergirl, but I didn't realize they did the costume change there. What was the reason for it?
Have you liked how Ravagers has been portrayed in The Ravagers?
Well her other costume got torn to shreds (again), and when she brought an unconscious Supergirl back to her undersea Kryptonian hideout, she mentioned wishing she had a change of clothes, and the hideout's computer/AI/machine whatever popped out the costume for her. So her costume is officially Kryptonian now... at least she won't lose it every issue now. Still needs a new freaking writer though...
And um... was that supposed to be plural? Do you mean Ravager (Rose)? In which case, see here, as it covers everything about her. Or do you mean the whole team?
You need to leave the internet now.
Or stop trolling.
Use your keyboard!
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