Secret Six #33

    Secret Six » Secret Six #33 - The Darkest House, Part Three of Three: The Infernal Finale released by DC Comics on July 1, 2011.

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    This is it! The conclusion to the most requested Secret Six story ever, as the team travels straight to their own personal hell! Someone has a card to free a soul from Hell forever – but who has it, and who gets to use it? And can you really spit in the devil's eye and get away with it? Find out in the stunning, violent conclusion to "The Darkest House!"

    The Secret Six are in Hell trying to the Get Out of Hell Free Card back from Ragdoll to bring Knockout back to the land of the living, but Knockout has been broken and believes herself to be Ragdoll's betrothed. the Secret Six are giving a choose keep up the fight and die or become lords of Hell. The team votes and keeps fighting, until Lady Blaze shows up and shows them each their personal hells.

    It isn't until Ragdoll demands that Lady Blaze stop, and that he plans on going with them that she does stop and lets them leave but not before pointing out that now that Scandal used the card to save Knockout that her current girlfriend's soul is now hers.



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    Hell is for...well the Six 0

    The Story:  The conclusion to the Secret Six's visit to hell.  Who will win the day?  Who will get the card?  Will Doll get married?  The review:  In true Gail Simone fashion the conclusion to this arc arrives with some very interesting plot threads hanging out there.  We have Thomas, Catman, meeting up with his father which is resolved in a fittingly twisted and horrible way.  We have the main struggle between the Hell prince Ragdoll and his minions vs The Six led by Scandal. This is resolved t...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Secret Six vs. The Secret 666 0

    The Good: Redundant, but I still LOVE Calafiore's artwork. It's especially great here with all the demons and demonic forms of the Six.Speaking of, I have to make a special mention of the Six's 'Demon Lord' designs. We already got a peek at Scandal and Bane from the cover of #31, but Calfiore really brings them to life, and they look AWESOME. Bonus that they get to keep them when they fight.I've been noticing a lot of writers not writing Etrigan's rhymes very while. They rhyme and work, but they...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Obsessed 0

    The strengths of Gail Simone as a writer are the fact that she's so damn good at writing darkly twisted, action packed, and/pr humorous stories.This issue has all of her strengths and is an incredible showcase of her talent.The Secret Six manage to survive hell out of pure audacity.  I have to say the ending of his arc is a tad anti-climactic but it's strongly and emotionally charged.  That's the joy of reading a book about anti-villains, Gail doesn't write characters who don't care if they die,...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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