Grifter #13

    Grifter » Grifter #13 - The Eye of the Storm released by DC Comics on December 2012.

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    The Eye of the Storm last edited by Symlen on 09/20/20 08:02PM View full history

    Grifter and Voodoo seek a super weapon in the fight against Helspont, but it turns out to be much more than they bargained for!

    The war against the Daemonites on Earth is heating up – and casualties are coming!



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    Mr. Considerate 0

    I had started out in the new 52 reading Grifter and actually somewhat liked it for a while, but then the inevitable happened that I did have to make some cuts and Grifter had to go.  I do remember the character being somewhat likable, although the stories were often second rate.  I came back to the series though for one reason and that is Voodoo who after getting shown the door in her own series came in here.  It is a disappointing first appearance I am afraid, the concept is a cool one, and sta...

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    (No Spoilers)Grifter resumes its regular numbering after Zero Month minus Rob Liefeld and Scott Clark. But we have Liefeld's dialogue writer, Frank Tieri, stepping in as well as Marat Mychaels coming on with art. But Liefeld's influence still lingers as we get some odd story choices in a slightly confusing issue.I will start off by saying I think between issue zero and this issue it's actually a decent starting off point. It would be obvious to a new reader that there is plenty of stuff that has...

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