Forever Evil #5

    Forever Evil » Forever Evil #5 - Hit and Run released by DC Comics on March 2014.

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    Hit and Run last edited by Phantom25 on 11/28/21 08:55AM View full history

    With everything to lose, Lex Luthor and his Injustice League raid the stronghold of the Crime Syndicate with consequences so devastating, the DC Universe will never be the same!


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    For this review I will assume you have read the issue.This issue picks up right where the previous left off with Sinestro pursuing Power Ring in the sewers and a standoff between the Secret Society, Luthor's Injustice League and Batman & Catwoman. This allowed for some nice face-time between Lex and Batman though it fell a little flat and predictable. There are some inconsistencies with Shadow Thief's appearance here against this weeks Red Lantern's #28, as Black Manta takes her down and s...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Forever Evil #5 Review 0

    Geoff Johns has really started to give some great developments over the last couple of issues, and the series is definitely starting to show promise for further progression. What I loved most about Johns' writing in this particular issue was how he handled the interaction between Lex Luthor and Batman, with the attempted coexistence being extremely entertaining. There is also some amazing action and suspenseful build-up throughout, all of which adds to the overall quality. Added to that the defi...

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    Better Than #4, But Still Disappointing. 0

    This review was originally posted on my blog.For the Crime Syndicate of America, the end has finally begun. For four issues now, they’ve continued to establish their dominance over the Earth. Whether we talk about the big time heroes like those of the three Justice Leagues, or the lesser heroes like the Doom Patrol and the Teen Titans, they’ve taken out almost everyone, and have shown themselves to be supreme. But nothing lasts forever. And this new issue is a perfect example of that...

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