Forever Evil #2

    Forever Evil » Forever Evil #2 - Rats released by DC Comics on December 2013.

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    Rats last edited by The_Kidd on 11/28/21 02:03PM View full history

    The villains have taken over the world! The Teen Titans fight back! Can the inexperienced teen heroes do what the adults could not? (Answer: Nope. It goes very poorly.) Meanwhile, pockets of resistance begin to form, and they aren't heroes. Pick this up and find out what Project: B-Zero is, and learn the fate of... well, some of... the Justice League.


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    Teen Titans to the Rescue? 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).This crossover event kicked off brilliantly with it's opening issue last month, teasing the future of the DC Universe. Now that Villains Month is finally over I personally look forward to seeing the affects that Forever Evil has on the DC Universe, and what better way of starting that than with another issue of the main event, Forever Evil itself.PlotWith the Justice League dead the Crime Syndicate make preparations to kee...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Lex Luthor calls in an old friend. 0

    This is my new style my old style was too long winded and unclear and also I didn’t enjoy writing them, but I love doing it like this.I loved this issue and I’ve finally become properly engaged by this story, as last issue was good, but it wasn’t really as good as I hoped, but this issue stepped up the pace more and posed a few more questions that made the story more interesting, but the plot feels still a little all over the place and the Teen Titans are pretty useless in this issue. I do think...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Double Disappointment 0

    This review was originally posted on my blog here.Forever Evil is the BIG event of the year for DC Comics, surpassing even Trinity War. Where last month was all focused on the supervillains of DC Universe, this month we go back to things being a bit more regular. But even though all the regular series are back in action this month, that doesn’t mean that Forever Evil isn’t going ahead. It very much is.The first issue was just about decent. It had some great moments with Lex Luthor, a...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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