Luthor leads the invasion of Earth by the forces of Apokalyps. On the ground
below, all over the world, various Bombshells combined forces in battle against
Darkseid and his armies of parademons. Meanwhile, the death demon that was the
Joker expires at the hands of Harley and Ivy, and the spirit that was Death
goes to –
would spoil the ending, but consider this: With dialogue of “…for I am become
Death, the destroyer of worlds!” are spoilers really this book’s biggest
problem? I would suggest not. It suffers from bad dialogue, bad art, and a maturity
level aimed at 15-year-old girls.
Think of the
trees that have died to provide paper for this drivel. I can’t imagine anyone
at DC Entertainment believing this to be a title worth publishing, other than
to reach a very narrow demographic. I would expect this series to have been
canceled for lack of sales already.
opinion, the series suffers not only from poor dialogue, but also a misplaced
reliance on the reader to remain aware of where each character was last issue.
And there are A LOT of characters to keep track of, many of whom all seem to
wear either the League of Their Own
variant of the Batgirl costume, or 1940s-style lingerie.
failing is questionable art direction, but I don’t know if that’s the writer’s
instructions or the artist’s lack of storytelling ability that fragments the
story. In three pages, Amanda Waller steals a plane and attempts to bomb Japan,
but with other events transpiring in a matter of minutes, one might think
Waller did it all within the same time frame.
is highly stylized, and might work with another property, but I don’t know
which one. Because the renderings are basic line drawings, I would suggest one
of the cartoon-based titles where texture and depth-of-field are in less