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    Secret Six #29

    Secret Six » Secret Six #29 - What Luthor Has Wrought released by DC Comics on March 1, 2011.

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    The explosive ACTION COMICS / SECRET SIX crossover concludes here! At the paid request of Lex Luthor, the Secret Six rush headlong into a deadly confrontation with Scandal's villainous father, Vandal Savage. But the Six have a score of their own to settle with Luthor, and unlike Superman, the Six fight dirty. Don't miss this grudge match finale between DC's smartest villain and DC's weirdest team!   
    *Continued from Action Comics #896
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    Review: Secret Six #29 0

    Ragdoll tells the story of how the team "died." Tie-in with Action Comics as Lex Luthor and Vandal Savage square off. The Good Secret Six, since the start of the volume, has been a solid team book. Nothing has changed. Six great characters, and each one of them is a strong character, so you never truly feel like someone hangs out in the background every issue. This issue revolves around Scandal Savage moreso than any other member of the team, which is pretty cool since I'm not too familiar with ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Secret Lex Luthor? 0

    The Good: A pretty nice iconic cover. The framing device is pretty fun. It seems a bit cliche at first, but quickly defies that notion and becomes extremely entertaining. The art's pretty nice, although I think I prefer Calfiore on this title. Gail Simone has a great grasp of Luthor's unintentional quirkiness. The whole thing with the gum was perfect. The beginning that set the tone was unbelievably ridiculous, and yet it set the mood, and the tension, incredibly well. Gail Simone proves to be t...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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