Rise Of The Firstborn - Part 2 last edited by kaneundertaker2 on 11/18/19 02:27AM View full history

While Triple H and The Undertaker battle in the ring, Reverend Josiah Brown and his minions infiltrate the backstage area and plant explosives around the building before rounding up the WWE superstars at gunpoint and forcing them to the ring. There Josiah makes his intentions known: if anyone tries to escape, everyone in the building dies. One WWE superstar tries to stand up to Josiah and his men, is dragged from the ring, and apparently meets his untimely demise. Brown then sets up a battle to the death between Undertaker and Triple H. By the end of the issue it becomes clear that one of the WWE superstars is, in fact, "The Firstborn".
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The first issue of this series was a (very) mixed bag: The story showed potential but left the reader to fill in a lot of blanks themselves, the dialogue was overall more good than bad, and the art by Andy Smith showed in places that he was capable of capturing the likeness' of the WWE superstars. However, things really fell apart in the follow-up issue. Most offensive is probably the art by Smith, a capable and competent veteran penciller who has done some really good work for Marvel, DC, and V...

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