The Ravagers #11

    The Ravagers » The Ravagers #11 - Home Wreckers released by DC Comics on June 2013.

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    The latest creature to escape from N.O.W.H.E.R.E. brings death to The Ravagers—but is it animal, vegetable or mineral?



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    Sorting out family issues in the middle of a battle? 0

    (No Spoilers)With just one issue left, Ravagers begins its wrap-up by bringing in all the players we've had in the book so far and making sure not all of them survive. It seems where the death of a title comes in the New 52, death itself isn't too far behind. We get the introduction of an old Doom Patrol villain and lots of revelations that are starting to feel repetitive where the Wildstorm characters are concerned.I won't spoil the revelation but I will say it involves Fairchild and if you've...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The Middle of the End 0

    This is an especially odd foldout cover. The solicit kind of ruined the twist with the word choice, but the twist happens fairly early in the issue, enough to say this is the foldout cover done right. But there's something else hidden, even in the non-foldout part that doesn't even get acknowledged until the final page.Last issue, Michael Alan Nelson punched me right in the heart when he whiplashed from sickeningly sweet right into sweetly sickening. This issue, however, doesn't really keep up t...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    BatWatch Review: The Ravagers #11 0

    Home WreckersThe Ravagers has been a heartbreaking series. Well, perhaps that an exaggeration, but it seems to deliver more disappointments than triumphs. At first, this was a product of the series failing to live up to its potential which largely stemmed from an apparent lack of team identity and a nonexistent focus on characters. Now, the series has both a point and an increased focus on its cast, but the series is still a major disappointment because it is now canceled. The next issue will be...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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