Dark Knights Of Steel #2

Dark Knights Of Steel #2

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Tom Taylor
(A/CA) Yasmine Putri
The epic high-fantasy DC Universe adventure continues as a shocking assassination has the kingdoms on the brink of world war! From worldwide bestselling writer Tom Taylor (DCeased, Superman: Son of Kal-El) and acclaimed artist Yasmine Putri comes a generational high-fantasy tale of good and evil within the DCU!
Date Available: 12/07/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


If this is Game of Thrones but set in the DC Universe does that mean it’s going to be this good all the way up until the end? Hopefully not, hopefully Tom Taylor continues to show us he’s really good at taking DC characters and setting them in scenarios the main continuity could never allow. Picking right up from the first issues we get plenty of action and more characters from the DC universe introduced in this timeline and a relationship I’m not sure we’ve ever seen in any DC timeline(so grab it before the speculators do!). If you weren’t sure about this series after the first issue don’t let that packed issue fool you into thinking Tom Taylor isn’t pacing himself, issue 2 is slower and gives a chance for us to flesh out the fantasy version of these characters. Oh and Batman is totally Jon Snow right?

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Tom Taylor
(A/CA) Yasmine Putri
The epic high-fantasy DC Universe adventure continues as a shocking assassination has the kingdoms on the brink of world war! From worldwide bestselling writer Tom Taylor (DCeased, Superman: Son of Kal-El) and acclaimed artist Yasmine Putri comes a generational high-fantasy tale of good and evil within the DCU!
Date Available: 12/07/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


If this is Game of Thrones but set in the DC Universe does that mean it’s going to be this good all the way up until the end? Hopefully not, hopefully Tom Taylor continues to show us he’s really good at taking DC characters and setting them in scenarios the main continuity could never allow. Picking right up from the first issues we get plenty of action and more characters from the DC universe introduced in this timeline and a relationship I’m not sure we’ve ever seen in any DC timeline(so grab it before the speculators do!). If you weren’t sure about this series after the first issue don’t let that packed issue fool you into thinking Tom Taylor isn’t pacing himself, issue 2 is slower and gives a chance for us to flesh out the fantasy version of these characters. Oh and Batman is totally Jon Snow right?

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


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