Deathstroke #7

Deathstroke #7

Writer: Kyle Higgins Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 14, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.4Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

For weeks, Deathstroke has fought to learn the identity of the person manipulating him from the shadows the person who sent him the briefcase and created the Legacy identity. Now, Slade will face this threat head on as an important figure from his past returns with a vengeance. Throw everything you thought you knew about Slade Wilson out the window, because everything changes after this issue's unbelievable battle!

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Mat 'Inferiorego' Elfring Mar 14, 2012

    I loved the hell out of Deathstroke 7. I've heard a few people bag pretty hard on this book, and I don't see it. This book has everything I'd want out of a Deathstroke book and a whole lot more. I loved the crazy amount of action and violence in this issue and this book proves just how awesome Deathstroke is. The art team is stellar and so is the writing. I loved the ending of this issue and I really couldn't find anything I disliked about this issue. I highly recommend this issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Entertainment Fuse - Nicole D'Andria Mar 30, 2012

    Deathstroke's first arc never felt as good as it should have. There was always too much action, and while that aspect has improved at the end of this series first story arc, the characters are only just starting to expand away from paper-thin. The storyline did not build well enough because of the pacing problems before this issue. The hindrance as an end to an arc as it should have been can mostly be blamed on it's predecessors, but the ending was so perfect with some great art mixed in that this issue proved to be the perfect epitome to an average arc. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Mar 14, 2012

    It's very doubtful that Higgins will be able to completely wrap up all the loose ends still remaining involving Slade's troubled family and his ailing body. Nor does Rob Liefeld seem overly concerned with picking up on those threads when he takes over the series. But at the very least, all signs point to issue #8 delivering the most satisfying conclusion to Higgins' run that could be expected under the circumstances. Read Full Review

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