Secret Six #36

    Secret Six » Secret Six #36 - Caution to the Wind, Part Two of Two: Blood Honor released by DC Comics on October 2011.

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    Caution to the Wind, Part Two of Two: Blood Honor last edited by magicman620 on 10/16/19 09:30PM View full history

    Bane's ambitious plans turn darker and deadlier than anyone imagined, putting The Secret Six in the most perilous position of their nasty little lives! No one escapes unscathed in this one – and the Six won't ever be the same!


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    The Six vs. Everyone, no really, EVERYONE 0

    This is how you end a book.  With the upcoming relaunch of the DCU, a handful of books got the axe, I can't think of another book that will be sorely missed as much as Secret Six. Though writer Gail Simone reported that Dan Didio was optimistic about the book's chances of coming back after some time off, the fact is, this was the final issue of the on-going series, and that sucks.   But, if you're going to end a book like Secret Six, you have to do it right, and Simone did just that. Essentially...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Gail Simone and Quentin Tarantino Present... 0

    All hell breaks loose as Bane's plan to take down the Batfamily goes sour. We get our self good ol' fashioned siege and the Six have no intention of going down without a fighting tooth and nail...or dragging a few people down to hell with them.    The Good Gail Simone has written the definitive version of these characters for many readers and as she ends this seminal series she brings a great sense of closure to each of their narratives.   The story begins as we open to Bane and Spencer the morn...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    "To go out like GODS." 0

    I won't mince words here. The DC Universe is one book missing, due to the end of this grand opus, issue 36 of Secret Six.  To repeat the all-too familiar verbatim that this book met its end too soon would be redundant rhetoric at this point; what's done is done. This glorious group of villains may have gone out in a blaze of glory. But they did so as gods. Reason how that came to happen? The masterful writing of Gail Simone, the amazing pencils of Jim Calafiore, the wonderful coloring of John Ka...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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