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Task Force Z #12

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Mixed or average ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.

Jason Todd’s final second chance.

Red Hood and what remains of Task Force Z have seen the true horrors that Power Industries has released upon Gotham City and the world.

When he shares all of this with Batman it will lead them to their worst confrontation yet and lead Jason Todd to change his direction in the DCU.

What’s the point of forgiveness when the world is so broken?

Find out in this epic series conclusion!

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26 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Lyles Movie Files

    What this issue lacks in unpredictability, it more than makes up for simply nailing the landing with an ending that makes sense while leaving the door open for a potential follow-up installment.
  • 80

    Geek Dad

    This chaotic zombie thriller had so many twists and turns that it was hard to keep track at times, but it comes together in a surprisingly solid final issue as Mr. Bloom unleashes his secret weapon and Jason Todd battles to survive.
  • 80

    Task Force Z draws to a close in a fitting conclusion for this horror-based title. Rosenberg manages to bring the story arcs of characters like Jason Todd and Harvey Dent to a close, only to tack on an extra stinger for each of the characters to tease their futures. Those sequences, in particular, seem to be extra fluff and this issue may have fared well without them. Either way, Task Force Z packs a heavy punch and its finale is no exception. Superb pacing, exceptionally electric lineart, and plenty of zombies goodness to go around.
  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Task Force Z #12 delivers a great conclusion to a great series. Grab this issue to complete the set, or buy it in a collected trade. This story was fun and brought me joy from the start! I know you'll enjoy it too!
  • 80

    Women Write About Comics - WWAC

  • 63

    Weird Science DC Comics

    ask Force Z #12 may not be the best conclusion to our series, but we definitely have an action-packed one that does its best to put our characters back so others can use them. I enjoyed the art overall and while there is some fun to be had in this issue, I ultimately just left this wanting more answers.... and having way more questions.
  • 60

    The Batman Universe

  • 40


    It's such a shame how this series dropped the ball. It started out strong, but looking at this conclusion, I can't really say that any of it was truly worth it. This issue ends on a cliffhanger and barely gives us a satisfying ending as it rushes through all the action, and because of that the emotional beats don't work, either. The art isn't bad, but the lack of backgrounds and the repetitious color schemes make for a pretty bland overall aesthetic. All things considered, I can't recommend this issue, especially when there are far more interesting books on stands this week.

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