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DCeased: Hope At World's End #4 Review


My Boy Was Just Like Me

Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist: Marco Failla
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: June 30, 2020

I have been enjoying Hope at World's End, even if I want Tom Taylor to give readers more of an ongoing story to get us going towards the upcoming Dead Planet.  Well, we do seem to get the start of that in this week's chapter, but is it one of those, "be careful what you wish for situations?"  Let's find out in our Video Review...



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Bits and Pieces:

Tom Taylor starts putting the pieces together to give readers more of an ongoing narrative, and while I liked the inclusion of Wink and Aerie from his Suicide Squad book, Damian Wayne is the main focus.  Taylor dishes out his usual feels, but the moment felt more like an extended cut from the original Dceased mini then anything else.  I had mixed feelings over the art, but overall, this was a good chapter, just not the best we've seen so far.

7.5/10



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