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Straight out of the JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE OF ARSENAL miniseries, Arsenal signs up with Deathstroke and Cheshire when the Titans target a child slavery ring for takedown. What they unearth will shock you to the core!

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Moved On Past Anger, Into Sadness 0

 So, the issue I’ve been dreading since June. The Titans issue when Roy finally joins the Losers for Hire. Why does he join? Cheshire emotionally blackmails him into doing it so the two can kill Deathstroke, who has gotten on the wrong side of the little genocidal maniac. She claims that Roy “owes” her because Lian’s death is supposedly on his hands. In a scene where Cheshire attacks Deathstroke, saying “it ends here”, Deathstroke counters by saying “it’s just beginning”, and Roy shows up, appar...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

OH, it's time for,,, more Roy Harper overkill! 0

Roy Harper, does anybody care about him anymore? the Arsenal miniseries was a complete monstrosity, James Robinson's magic trick ofhaving Roy lose his arm(although I'm not doubting his skills as a writer) was defintley the last straw for me. Amazing how this is what spins out of it.  Story The story starts with Cheshire, who is in a cemetary visiting the grave of Lian Harper. Who would show up but Roy Harper(now going by his totally out of style 90s yet original name Arsenal) Roy, Roy, Roy, out ...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Things May Be Looking Up For Titans 0

This issue was a SIGNIFICANT improvement from the previous 2. Which is a complete shame. The Villains for Hire Special was just so flipping awesome. And the prospect of an ongoing about Deathstroke and a team of Anti-VIllains rocked harder than a Dragonforce song. And their first target was Lex Luthor! Then it was a massive letdown. This issue is A LOT better than the last 2, but its still not superb.  The Good: DEATHSTROKE. The logo is a nice shade of blue, which is a nice departure from the la...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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