The Ravagers #1

    The Ravagers » The Ravagers #1 - Children of Destiny released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    First issue of a new series spinning directly out of "THE CULLING!"

    FAIRCHILD, brother and sister THUNDER and LIGHTNING, the monstrous RIDGE, BEAST BOY and TERRA are being pursued by ROSE WILSON and WARBLADE, who want them dead at any cost!

    No one's survival is certain each month in THE RAVAGERS!

    NOTE: The names of Thunder and Lightning are mixed up on the cover. They should be reversed.



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    Gen 13 + Teen Titans + Newbies = Ravagers 0

    (No Spoilers)You know how a series sometimes begins by describing itself as "first explosive issue!" Well, Ravagers is a classic example of a comic that actual lives up to this declaration. Writer Howard Mackie and artist Ian Churchill present an amazing issue that literally explodes from the pages of The Culling crossover which just wrapped up. Being the only title in the New 52 with a name never used before, Ravagers makes its mark and proves why it's worth of being part of DC's second wave of...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    On the Run 0

    THE GOOD: I really like the art in this issue. Ian Churchill is a new name for me but I can easily see that I am going to enjoy seeing his work on the things he does. He adds a lot of details and I really like the character expressions. I see characters showing emotion in the background in this issue. The story is better then the crossover itself. We get to see Fairchild leading the people who got out of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. I really liked this part of the story because we get to see all the different...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Why Is He Red? 0

    Ok, this cover is perfectly fine on its own, nothing outstanding but definitely excellent for a first issue. I even kind of like the way each character is named. But due to the nature of this opening story, it kind of gives away what characters are supposed to be important. I subconsciously focused on the people identified on the cover, and left the others in a more hazy place of little concern in my head; so a lot of the suspense and tension of the tentative team is thrown out the window. When ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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