Forever Evil #6

    Forever Evil » Forever Evil #6 - The Power of Mazahs! released by DC Comics on May 2014.

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    The Power of Mazahs! last edited by Phantom25 on 11/29/21 02:25PM View full history

    The final fate of Nightwing! The most unlikely of allies have set the Crime Syndicate in their sights — and they’re playing for keeps while the life of a hero hangs in the balance! Plus, the identity of the mysterious man in the hood is finally revealed!


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    This shocking issue of Forever Evil #6 keeps you on the edge of your seat 0

    Many people (including myself) felt that the Forever Evil event had been moving a bit too slowly and things were dragging just a bit, well boy does that all change with this issue. This action pack issue kept me on the edge of my seat and I found myself eagerly speeding through the pages just to get to the ending-which I wasn't disappointed by. The artwork by David Finch is probably the best it's been in Forever Evil and the last page got me really pumped up for the finale next month.*Spoilers ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Not One Of Johns' Finer Moments 0

    This review was originally posted on my blog here.I have put up with DC’s Forever Evil event for going on six months now, since last September. It started off fairly well I think, all things considering, but has kind of been wallowing along for a while now. With the penultimate issue in stores this week, I believe things are finally looking up, even though the new issue is still plagued by many missteps, and the story really is all over the place sadly. But I must admit that I get a weird ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Forever Evil #6 0

    The GoodWith the Justice League “dead”, it’s up to Batman, Lex Luthor and their motley crew to deal with the Crime Syndicate in the only way they can, by taking the fight to the Syndicates door. Something that this issue does well is show the way that these particular “crime fighters” do things differently to the Justice League. Of particular note was how Captain Cold deals with Johnny Quick. It’s brutal and ironic, a real satisfying moment if you’ve be...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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