The Ravagers #0

    The Ravagers » The Ravagers #0 - Day One released by DC Comics on November 2012.

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    Detailing the brutal abduction by N.O.W.H.E.R.E. of Beast Boy and Terra!

    Learn how the paths of these two heroes will affect the entire team!



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    THE GOOD: Ian Churchilll and Norm Rapmuno provide the art for this issue, and it's stunning. On the second page, the artist manages to capture the pain, and the transformation of Beast Boy with ease. The expressions are well done and they really help make these character very likable. The story is basically them fighting people. This issue is good because of the characters. Howard Mackie does a great job at making Terra a strong character and makes Beast Boy a young and inexperienced character w...

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    Ravagers #0 ReviewOverview:We are given an in depth look at what happened to the five people who eventually join Fairchild and become the Ravagers.The Good:The story is a little bit of sci-fi/action/horror and is successful at it. The story is about what happened to the team when they first got to the Colony and spends some time with each character but focuses primarily on Beast Boy and Terra and how they became friends in a terrible situation.The writing by Howard Mackie is superb and explains ...

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    The Psychotic Perspective: The Ravagers #0 0

    Day OneThe Ravagers started off with a surprisingly large amount of promise, but is has since begun to whither as the series continues to produce throwaway villains and harp on the ever-present, yawn inducing NOWHERE which was already boring by the first couple issues of Teen Titans. Will this zero issue continue The Ravagers downward trend, or will it once again make me a believer that this can be a great series?In this issue, we see the partial origins of the Ravagers codenamed Beast Boy and T...

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