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Task Force Z #10

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Based on 9 critic ratings.

The rise of Powers Industries! Red Hood and what remains of his Task Force Z squad are on the run and investigating the secrets of their former benefactor, Powers Industries. What they discover will change Batman history forever. Meanwhile, inside Powers Industries, Mr. Bloom and Man-Bat are hard at work betraying their teammates with no remorse.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
29 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B69N1B28

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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    Lyles Movie Files

    Its wild that this title only has two issues left. A well done maxi-series never feels long enough. With this issues cliffhanger it looks like the final two installments will be very eventful and a worthy conclusion for fans whove been invested since the first issue.
  • 84

    Graphic Policy

    Task Force Z #10 is an issue readers have been waiting for. It's full of reveals and answers some questions. The end is definitely unexpected and a bit of a surprise. For those that have been reading up to this point, this one's a hell of a lot of fun. For those missing out on the series, it's one you'll want to go back and read from the beginning.
  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Matthew Rosenberg's ultimate plan is laid out in Task Force Z #10, simultaneously tying up the biggest loose ends while setting the title on a massive path forward. While the book's ensemble does get heavy at times, the script manages to give them each time to shine though some deserve it more than others. Here, Mr. Bloom is written exceptionally well as the Big Bad as this book gets about as diabolical as it has ever been.
  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Task Force Z #10 has something to please everyone. Fans of other Batman author/s, popular DC films, and TV, DC comics – for keeping to the roller coaster of continuity – and, finally, the big unseen shadowy figure who owns DC, Warner Bros, and HBO, who's rubbing their hands together because this book is relevant to fans of multiple platforms. Yes, the comic was fun and well worth the read.
  • 75

    Geek Dad

    It's entertaining, but with only two issues to go it doesn't seem like it'll be all that memorable.
  • 70

    But Why Tho?

    Task Force Z #10 revitalises the zombie story. There are signs of the series beginning to strain, but Rosenberg keeps bringing in new characters or massively altering existing ones to just give a jolt to the energy of the book. It is surprising to me that this series has the legs to keep running, but the amazing art and machinations of multiple villains is maintaining interest.
  • 50

    Batman-News

    I'm still hoping that the creative team can stick the landing, but there are too many moving parts and not enough narrative focus. While I enjoyed a lot of the jokes in previous issues, none of the jokes work for me here and only distract from the story, and this issue is unnecessarily wordy. The art is excellent, though. Barrows, Ferreira and Lucas are turning in fantastic work, especially the drawn-out fight sequence that runs throughout the present day sections. That said, I don't really recommend this issue, except to those who have come this far and want to see it through. The ending might still pay off, after all. Let's cross our fingers and hope for the best.
  • 50

    The Batman Universe

    There's a lot happening and still quite a bit to take place. Hopefully, the conclusions that will be provided in the upcoming issues will tie everything together and leave us readers satisfied.
  • 50

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