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Waller Vs. Wildstorm #3 (of 4)

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It was always going to come to this-Deathstroke versus Battalion, one-on-one, in a bloody battle through the streets of Gamorra’s night market! As the blades and blasts fly, Amanda Waller’s machinations grind on…and the shocking finale of this issue will change the course of her life forever!

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  • 80


    All the interested parties are poised to come to a head in an explosive final issue. Which is saying a lot considering how many things literally get blown up over the course of this issue’s 30 pages.

  • 80

    Geek Dad

    It’s a very fast-paced story, and this issue has some of the better action scenes of the story so far.

  • 70

    Waller vs. Wildstorm #3 centers on the showdown between Deathstroke and Battalion as it sprawls across Gamorra, ranging between sea, land, and air. It’s an effective set piece that ties into other key threads, including both Lois Lane’s investigation and the women running black ops from behind a microphone. Reliance on spreads and explosive splashes result in some underwhelming moments as flat appearances and inconsistencies in vehicles and other elements make them less impactful than intended. Yet the highlights of the fight and Deathstroke’s attitude, in particular, make for a gripping and bloody battle between the two men. Much of the conspiracy will require readers to review earlier issues with long gaps between installments making it difficult to track the wide array of codenames, connections, and internecine plotting. Yet the structure of issue #3 showcases an unexpected climax that’s bound to pay dividends when read as part of a whole when Waller vs. Wildstorm is collected.

  • 70

    Dark Knight News

    Ackerman and Narcisse turn up the heat in Waller vs. Wildstorm #3, in more ways than one. Starting the issue with Battalion’s crusade against Waller, and finishing it with Lois is a wonderful way to book-end the issue. Once again, Cifuentes does a great job throughout the majority of this comic. The tension between characters can be felt from the very pages. Merino is a fine addition to the team, I couldn’t even tell there were different artists working on it!

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