DC Universe Presents #1

    DC Universe Presents » DC Universe Presents #1 - Twenty Questions, Part 1 released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    It's the start of a new series spotlighting some of the DC Universes's most exciting super heroes! First up is Deadman, straight from the pages of BRIGHTEST DAY, in a five-issue epic where the body-hopping hero meets his match in a new foe who wants to make sure the souls that Deadman helps out go straight to Hell!



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    So... What Did Deadman Do While He Was a Stripper? 0

    Kicking off with a the beginning of a Deadman story, DC Universe Presents impresses with its reboot of DC's leading ghost. Paul Jenkins and Bernard Chang reintroduce readers to Boston Brand as a man not terribly likable in life but very sympathetic in death.I'm coming into this as a reader who has basically hated everything Jenkins has written for the past several years. Before this issue, I had written him off as a writer. I would not have even tried this issue were I not making my way through ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The many lives Deadman has lived. 0

    WOW this is a text heavy issue.  I don't think I read as much words in any of the 52 until now.  Heck if you add all the comics with the controversial "Sex appeal" together I still don't think they would have as much words.  But this book sold sex as well with a stripper, but that is not the point, there is a lot to read, just to warn you guys.  All the text a side the visual narration was strong, the transitions made sense and the body language conveyed what I felt was the right emotions, which...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Too Much 'Deadman', Not Enough 'DC Universe Presents.' 0

    The Good: It's always good to see unappreciated characters get some spotlight. *Cough cough* HowcomeMartianManhunterdidn'tgethisownseriesandtheotherBrightestDayheadlinersdid? *Cough* Ahem. Sorry. But as I said, good to see Deadman get props. The art is really nice most of the time, and has a few really cool scenes with interesting panel layouts. If you don't know Deadman by the time you finish this issue, you did something wrong. Is Rama new or is she just part of Deadman's history I didn't know...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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