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• What horrors led Slade Wilson to become Deathstroke – the most dangerous killer in the world?

• More on the history of Team 7 and the first appearance of a fan-favorite character in The New 52!

Written by Rob Liefeld
Art by Rob Liefeld
Cover by Rob Liefeld

Price: $2.99
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  1. I bought all the DCnU #1s last year, and I wanted to have all the #0s, as well. So while I have not read any Deathstroke in the past year, I bought this book for the completist in me. I have to say, all the talk I’ve heard about Rob Liefeld is absolutely true. This book is an insult to comic book lovers everywhere. I was wondering at what point was Ashton Kutcher going to leap out from behind my sofa and inform me that I’ve been Punk’d. The art is junior high school quality. All of the characters were either born deformed, or they’re contortionists. And the story was so dreadful, leaping from plot point to plot point with almost no transition what so ever. I actually went back a page at some points thinking there were pages that had stuck together, and I had missed something. And I suspect Liefeld got his next door neighbor’s 4-year old son to write the dialog. Rob Liefeld needs an intervention. I’d be happy to do it myself, but I’m too busy vomiting.

    • i loved the start of deathstroke and grifter, then rob took over and it has been a little unbearable. i did however just read that the 0 issue in both comics is his last. there is a comic god and i worship thee.

  2. Well put, Tommy!

  3. That was one of the worst comics I’ve ever read. The chronology made no sense. The continuity to other books (Team 7) is incoherent. Rob and the editors get full blame for this atrocity.

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