Every two weeks, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s Deathstroke #23. Written by Christopher Priest (Black Panther, Inhumans: Once And Future Kings) with art by Diogenes Neves (Demon Knights, Green Lantern: New Guardians), inker Jason Paz (Convergence, Batman & Robin Eternal) and colorist Jeromy Cox (Grayson, Justice League United), this issue highlights the dysfunctional family at the core of this series while delivering exciting superhero spectacle. This review reveals major plot points. How do you regain the trust of people you have let down at nearly every turn? How do you accept a person’s change of heart when your relationship is one long series of disappointments? These are the questions currently being explored in DC Comics’ Deathstroke, the most riveting family drama in superhero comics right now. Christopher Priest’s run on the series has made Slade “Deathstroke” Wilson more compelling than he’s ever been, largely by focusing on how he’s a total asshole who is directly responsible for the hardships that befall his friends and family. The first year of Deathstroke made this very clear as it explored Slade’s fundamental character flaws and how they affect those around him, but the book’s… Read full this story
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