After the events of The Professional, Deathstroke's family has been shattered. One of the most lethal and hardened antiheroes in the DC Universe is now a man without a mission and without something propelling him forward. He must look to his past for meaning. In an attempt to understand how he's gotten to the turning point he now faces, Slade recalls the first time he and Wintergreen worked together--on a mission that changed both of their lives forever.Written by Christopher Priest (Black Panther) and featuring stunning illustrations by special guest artist Cary Nord.Collecting: Deathstroke 9-14
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Deathstroke, Volume 2 Review
- March 19, 2017Brendan NichollsI didn't care a lot for the first volume or issues as I reviewed them, but this volume ramps up the story and character. I don't know how to view Deathstroke as a character, villain or anti hero. This volume has good character moments and sets the stage for future issues. I'm new to this character but it won't be the last volume to read, good series with some fresh arc for going forward.more
- March 8, 2017Dave SammathChristopher Priest continues to slay it with Slade! Equally as good as Marv.
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