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• EVERYTHING changes this issue!

• Merlin, Lucifer and a connection from the past to Stormwatch are all here…right before the team enters what could be their final battle!

• So what happens next? Or should the question be when? And whose hands will the Black Diamond fall into?

Story by Paul Cornell
Art by Bernard Chang
Colors by Marcelo Maiolo
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Bernard Chang

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  1. Hopefully this is a nice, satisfying conclusion to Cornell’s run so I can drop Demon Knights with no regrets. Captain Britain & MI:13 ended well so I trust it will.

  2. This book has been such a pleasure to read. I’ll probably give the new regime an issue or two, but I’m not hopeful it will be as good.

  3. This was one of the favorites at the beginning of the New 52, and I’m still with it. It’s still highly enjoyable, but I’m worried now that this book has been slowly creeping itself into other facets of the DC Universe. It did so much more on its own.

  4. I’ve been loving this book and Cornell as done a great job building the world and adding characters here and there. Definitely ready to be done with Merlin and move on to something else.

  5. Yep, that’ll do it for me. After reading this it’s clear Cornell had some interesting long term plans for both Demon Knights and Stormwatch. I can only wonder what it would have looked like if he had a long run on both titles. I assume that was the original intent.

    Anyway, DC’s Dark line is sinking and it’s time to bail. Best wishes to the next writer though. Maybe I can revisit these characters some other time.

  6. Now that is how you end a story so many well done Cornell while i’m excited over this the new writer I wish Paul could had more time with this book.

  7. My sincere thanks to Paul, Bernard & Diogenes for an entertaining & innovative run. I too would have enjoyed seeing Paul’s longer term plans being implemented, but sadly, DC Editorial are convinced they know better. They don’t.

    I’m now dropping this title. Over the next couple of months I’ll be ditching more DC titles, where editorial interference is visibly eroding the foundations that originally turned me onto said books.

    I’m losing my patience with DC’s editorial shennanigans.

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