Blood Of The Demon #13

Artist: John Byrne Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 4, 2006

    The plot elements haven't changed as drastically as some of those in the other One Year Later titles. From what I gather Aquaman has had a fairly major shake up. You can follow the story in Blood of the Demon, but the reader has the feeling that he just walked in during the middle of the movie. You have to trace the story back to the point of divergence, and you're never quite sure if the path you're taking is correct. The dialogue rather than clue the reader to the characterization more often clues the reader to the plot. Because of this the dialogue suffers from a very distracting bout of clunk. Blood of the Demon was one of DC's more tightly woven titles, but because of One Year Later, a few threads come loose this issue. Read Full Review

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