Is Extermination's finish saying something, or just a jovial poke at the "good always wins" formula that never, ever gets broken? The bad guy, a stand in for the many mass murderers across comics, takes advantage of an unruly feud between two heroes, wipes out all his rivals and proclaims his dominance. It's through this ending that Extermination makes the continuing case for generic superheroes as a place to play around with some the best collective ideas in comics and flip them on their head. Gross, funny and ambitious in its character work this collection of comics is worth a read. Check it out, at the very least so I can get the Red Reaper ongoing we all know Spurrier really wanted to write. Read Full Review
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