DCeased: The Unkillables (2020-) #2

DCeased: The Unkillables (2020-) #2

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With the world ending around them, Red Hood and Batgirl take shelter in the most unlikely place: an orphanage full of children! Will they be able to protect the kids from the impending hordes of the infected streaming out of Gotham City and Blüdhaven? And elsewhere, Deathstroke, Vandal Savage, and some of DC’s worst villains battle the apocalypse out as an “Anti-Suicide Squad.” But a certain wondrous woman may not let them have it their own way!

Title:DCeased: The Unkillables (2020-) #2
Edition Language:English
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    DCeased: The Unkillables (2020-) #2 Reviews

  • James DeSantis

    I really wish this was a 5 issue mini because the small intimate moments with characters is the best part. BUT since this is the second to last issue we have to speed things up. In the same fucked up ...

  • David Dalton

    Four stars indeed! I just caught on to DCeased with issues #1 and #2 of The Unkillables. Just to find out this is ONLY a 3-issue series?!?!? Borrowed these two issues from my adult son, and while I wa...

  • James

    The villains shacked up on that island get surprise attacked by Wonder Woman and have to dip quick. On the heroes side of things, they were actually having some nice moments. Of course that didn’t l...

  • Regina

    Happy Jason makes for a happy Regina. This one was even funnier than the last one. I am so nervous and scared for the next and final issue. I just want my babies to be happy! It was nice seeing all th...

  • Andy Tamayo

    I like this one even more. It left the whole thing on a cliff hanger. They showed us the infected Bane, and how he oppened the gates and let the dead in. They also show us hw the so called bad guys ar...

  • natalia

    Chale...

  • Chris Wakefield

    Not very keen on the artwork....

  • Hannah

    Fun and genuinely surprising. I really don't like Jason Todd's characterization (shallow and one note and kind of a "sexy lamp"), but the character focus in the midst of the ever-increasing stakes is ...