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Deathstroke's tactical prowess is put to the test when the man who hired him attempts to renege on the contract. Pitted against a salvo of new assassins, including the vicious Road Rage, Slade must take his giant sword to the 405 freeway and proclaim himself the most vicious killer in the city of Angels!

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A Carcophony of Carmaggedeon Carnage 0

The Good: The interior art is great. The fight scenes are chaotic and badass, and the scenes in between have some good setup that's well paced. The various threats thrown at Deathstroke are all pretty unimportant in and of themselves, but they still have a superb level of variety and uniqueness to them. It makes the scene more interesting. The easy summary of this issue is thus, Deathstroke is a badass. He goes all out, and slices through anything that crossed his path. As he chases down the man...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Pure Action 0

The Story: Deathstroke seeks the name of the client responsible for the airplane job. When he's unable to get what he wants, he puts his sword to great use. My Thoughts:Writer Kyle Higgins managed to impress me enough on the first issue for me to continue reading this series. I was hoping for something a little more than what we were given within these pages. The issue is certainly action-packed which we were all expecting since it's a Deathstroke series but I was hoping for a little more story ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Carpocalypse? really? 0

The new 52 has been my first straight up introduction to Deathstroke, I'm familiar with him to an extent having read some Teen Titans sporadically and dabbling in the Titans: Villains for hire (which i thoroughly enjoyed). Having always been intrigued by him as a character, I figured the new 52 was an ideal jumping on point for me. The preceding issue, I feel, did a good job showcasing what Deathstroke offers- He's an F'n BADASS!That being said, it seems the writers felt it painfully necessary t...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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