An unexpected BLACKEST NIGHT team-up! Ravager has sworn to kill her father Deathstroke. But what happens when they're forced to fight side-by-side against their dead friends and relatives? Will they kill each other before the Black Lanterns do?
I'll admit, I am coming to this issue with some biasI'm a HUGE fan of Deathstroke and Ravagerbut that also means that hypercritical of how the characters are presented. I can honestly say that this is one of my favorite issues for the duo. Even Jericho, who has basically been ruined by countless writers in the last few years, comes across well here. Plus, as a bonus, we get some sweet action and solid art. The only downside? JT Krul isn't sticking around as writer after this issue! Read Full Review
This was a good issue and could have been considered a throwaway due to the focus on characters that are not a part of the current Teen Titans line up. Krul was able to utilize some old characters and create a story that I was interested in and found very entertaining. I’m actually hoping some of these threads will be picked up in a future story and with any luck it will be written by Krul. Read Full Review
The troubling thing about this issue is that it basically focuses on Deathstroke rather than any of the Teen Titans. It is practically an admission that Deathstroke is the only character from the old 'New Teen Titans' days who still has a healthy following. That is a pretty sad comment on the whole Teen Titans franchise. Read Full Review
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