Justice League #23.1

    Justice League » Justice League #23.1 - Apotheosis released by DC Comics on November 2013.

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    Apotheosis last edited by Phantom25 on 04/06/24 09:03AM View full history

    For Darkseid, Lord of Apokolips, you conform or die. Now born into his realm is an anomaly who looks to challenge that. A trickster, who will go to any length to survive even if it means sacrificing worlds to do it—leading to an Earth shattering confrontation between The Man of Steel and a Dark Lord.


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    Becoming a God 0

    Darkseid has been a character that has intrigued me over the last few years, so I was excited to hear that he would be part of the Villains Month like he should be. Also given the recent events of Batman/Superman, and the talk of him playing a role in that I had to see what was behind this.PlotUxas, a mud grubber on his home planet despises the Old Gods, eventually making a plan to rid himself of them, becoming a god himself. Now he has to live the life of a god, killing anything he dislikes.Rev...

    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    ....Enter Darkseid! 0

    Spoilers will follow.I've been Looking forward to this for some time Now. It's well known fact that i am a greg pak fan, but when it comes to dakrseid i'm a little in the dark. However, I still would very much like to state my mind on this issue because i think it was fairly well written, and from what I've read upon Darksaid( No, Not Geoff John's work) it does seem to add up.First of all, as always, we better get the art out of the way. No i though the art was really colorful and good, and i lo...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The God of Evil is back 0

    Warning this review will contain spoilers and for some reason CV won't let me block spoilers in reviews. :(Anyway, I haven't been reading JL so I'm jumping into this one blind to test how well DC's gimmick really is at drawing in new readers while giving the more uninformed opinion on these issues.The Good:The one problem with writing Darkseid is that if you don't make him seem incredibly powerful or evil you sort of lose something with the character. This fact makes writing an origin story for...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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