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The siege that will reverberate through history to the present-day DCU begins as the Demon Etrigan and his unlikely lover, Madame Xanadu, face the Horde! What five (mostly) noble souls would be crazy enough to join them? The cover gives but a hint, and the point could well be moot by the time this issue's done. For the Horde is armed with the magic of Mordru – including some decidedly different dragons!

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The Maleficent Seven 0

The Story: The Questing Queen and Mordru send the dragons to attack the Demon Knights.  My Thoughts:This series surprised me with the first issue so much that I instantly fell in love with the story, setting and characters involved. It's quickly become one of my favorites out of the new 52. I'm really digging the medieval setting and the the dialogue from all characters of the story. The way their talking is not only appropriate for the time period, but some of it also comes off a little humorou...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

D&D Nostalgia 0

The Good: This is a great cover, highlighting all the important characters, and Tony Daniel's art compliments Diogenes Neves art in an interesting way I can't quite articulate. On the subject of Diogenes Neves artwork, I could not have asked for a better artist for this series. Nobody could've set the medieval/D&D tone of this book half as good as Neves has. His artwork is awesome, dynamic, and some sort of otherworldly ancient. And the action itself is so awesome.I didn't quite see what peo...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Past Times, The Best Times 0

Last issue was a great but I was still a little confused about what was going on, however this issue is totally different. This time around I really, really, loved Demon Knights.  THE GOOD: I really like the art. It looks very different then anything else coming out from DC and I'm glad that it gives Demon Knights a very special feeling. the story is also amazing. I really liked seeing the characters talk to one another. I'm really starting to get favorite characters. I also like seeing the Quee...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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