Demon Knights #14

    Demon Knights » Demon Knights #14 - Occupy Hell released by DC Comics on January 2013.

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    Trapped in Hell and betrayed by Etrigan, the Demon Knights are on the edge of oblivion!

    There’s only one way out... But is Jason Blood prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice?

    And what is the secret of the mysterious black diamond that Lucifer has given to Exoristos?



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    It's Rhyme Time 0

    I’ve come to a decision during my readingAnd I’m still mad about the thing this story is needingI know they explained why this is, but still,If Etrigan won’t rhyme then damn it, I will!We open with Jason ambushed by the horde,About to slit his own throat with a sword.The Queen offers to help Jason get into hell,And she’s totally trustworthy, I can just tell.Meanwhile, Shining Knight has located Vandal,Who’s probably happy he’s not dealing with Scandal.These other little brats don’t pack the same...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Shining Knight sex revealed 0

    The team is in hell and while Lucifer is being played by Etrigan who is being played by the Questing Queen who is being played by Jason Blood who is being played by Etrigan who is being played by Lucifer, Madame Xanadu (who is being played by Etrigan) is desperately trying to save her companions from Hell's tortures and find her and themselves a way out. I really like this intrigue, this endless deceit and betrayall that permeates in this group, so this feelling of "who's betraying who" is very ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    They're In Hell, But I'm In Heaven 0

    This is one of the few Etrigan-centric covers that actually makes sense and genuinely doesn't piss me off. It's probably since Etrigan is actually kind of overshadowed by the character most deserving, Shining Knight. it's got a nice perspective, a bit simple and close up, but very effective and well executed.I was initially disappointed when Bernard Chang took over regular art duties from Diogenes Neves, but his style is just as good in a different way. There's a sort of elegance to the reduced ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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