Forever Evil #3

    Forever Evil » Forever Evil #3 - Prisoners released by DC Comics on January 2014.

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    Prisoners last edited by BuffaloDelorean on 11/04/23 02:22PM View full history

    The first universe-wide event of The New 52 continues to explode across the DC Universe! With the world under the rule of the mysterious and deadly Crime Syndicate and our greatest heroes dead, it’s up to the unlikeliest of defenders to rise up to save us—humanity’s only hope—Lex Luthor?! Plus, a startling revelation about the dark secret of the Syndicate’s mission on Earth—and what it means for the future of the DC Universe and its heroes and villains.


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    Batman Learns of Nightwing's Fate 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).Although it hasn't been as astonishing as Trinity War was, Forever Evil has been a very exciting and entertaining series, being the perfect continuation to Trinity War, as well as being a brilliant event in itself, re-introducing the Crime Syndicate in a big way.PlotAs Batman and Catwoman take Cyborg to get help, Lex Luthor with Bizarro's help finds the location of Ultraman and sees his fight with Black Adam.ReviewThis was...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    They aren't so bad. 0

    Forever Evil's third chapter is really setting the stage for what's to come. Geoff Johns has been setting up what we knew was to come, and this issue seems to start it: the DCU's villains fighting back against the Crime Syndicate. There are a few moments that if you aren't reading the tie-in issues (other that Arkham War, I am not) so you might need to do some internet reading to fill in the blanks, but that does not detract from the overall story here.If you read Forever Evil 2, you know tha...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Decent Enough 0

    This review was originally posted on my blog here.Event comics are often maligned because of their meta-perspective, giving us the overlay of events happening across an entire line. Some can be really good, such as how the recently concluded X-Men: Battle of the Atom was in its first month, or how Throne of Atlantis and Trinity War were. But some can be… bad, such as Infinity because the event comics don’t really give you a consistent story to follow. Or characters for that matter. ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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