Deathstroke Year One continues! Deathstroke’s mission went so wrong it landed him in… the morgue!
In a race against time, Slade Wilson must get to his target before the entire mission is scrubbed!
Lyles Movie FilesThis arc has come out of nowhere to be one of DCs most satisfying reads. It offers some interesting insight on the man that will become DCs deadliest assassin with enchanting art and captivating writing.
Comic WatchEd Brisson, Dexter Soy, Veronica Gandini and Steve Wands are killing it with this series so far, killing being the operative word. With stellar storytelling, art and lettering, this series does a great job of expanding on what made Slade Wilson the dark hearted bastard that we know and love to hate. As it unfolds, I cant wait to see what comes next for the character and this team.
Geek DadThe main thing that holds my interest here is his businesslike but deeply enmeshed relationship with Wintergreen, who is quickly becoming his only real connection left, as the two of them rocket towards an explosive confrontation with their target and potentially rival assassins.
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Dark Knight NewsDeathstroke Inc. #13 slowed down a lot. This is common with transitional issues, but it's still a bit disappointing. As far as transitional chapters go however, this was pretty top tier
ComicBook.comDeathstroke Inc. #13 is a comic that reads like the coffee it describes in dialogue – bitter, lacking in substance, and reheated beyond any pleasurable purpose. If any of this narrative were original, there might be some narrative justification for a series of expository discussions repeating current events and adding too-familiar details. It's difficult to keep reading when Slade is complaining that arrows can pierce bulletproof body armor because the entire event seems without genuine purpose. Statements can be swapped between characters without any effect, unless they use titles, because there are no clear voices or perspectives. There's not even substantial action sequences portrayed in a loose linework style capable of investing energy in its figures but rarely able to do so with such dull settings and a plodding progression of events. Why is this story still being told and who is it even being told for?