REVIEW: Deathstroke, #16
"Deathstroke" #16 has Justin Jordan and Edgar Salazar wrap up a good two-parter with Deathstroke tasked to kill an "unkillable" meta-human. The solution says a lot about Jordan's approach to the character, which bodes well.
Full review here.
what a crock . . . .
I've learnt over time, not to take CBR's reviews seriously. Because they don't.
This plum in particular, seems to apply the same process that most of us reserve for activities like breaking wind; no thought, no effort.
There's a legion of internet fanboys out there who do better, daily. For free! I recommend them because at least they're engaged.
I wanted to post this on Demon Knights #16 review, but 'comments' isn't activated. If you've been reading that title & corresponding CBR reviews, you might not be that surprised. A series of shoddy, lazy reviews, inconsistent with themselves.
However, I've made the effort to read Deathstroke #16 to benefit from this review.
And I did truly benefit. I laughed. A lot.
CBR; Can't do interviews. Can't do reviews. Can re-post press-released news!