Three issues in, and what in the world has happened? Slade was aged down by decades, he killed a bunch of people, and then he fought some more people. What's special about this book? What stands out about it? Tony Daniel's art is, of course, fantastic. But his writing on this series so far has been underwhelming. It's such a disappointment, because I loved his Detective Comics run in 2011, but on this book it's not working for me. Maybe it's just that the series needs a new writer, with Daniel staying on art duties. The last page reveal does leave an interesting story open, but I'm skeptical on how it'll turn out. Overall, an OK issue, but it's still disappointing. If you've got extra money lying around, and you're a Deathstroke fan, pick it up. But if neither of those things are true, skip the issue, and maybe the series.