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Deathstorm – Trinity War Conclusion & Forever Evil #1

Forever Evil #1 hits comic book stores today! Share your thoughts on the issue in the comments! If you weren’t paying attention last week, you missed this…

The Earth-3 Deathstorm has arrived! In last week’s Justice League #23, Deathstorm and the Crime Syndicate made their grand entrance at the end of “The Trinity War”. Click the image below to enlarge.

Crime Syndicate from Justice League #23 Trinity War part 6 by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Rod Reis

In those last few pages of Justice League #23, we got a brief glimpse of the new Deathstorm’s manner.

Deathstorm and Power Ring from Justice League #23 Trinity War by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Rod Reis

You may recall a few weeks ago in an interview Geoff Johns said, “Deathstorm sees Power Ring as a fascinating experiment. Deathstorm is a scientist who’s been merged with the dead body of his lab assistant. It’s given him a cold demeanor and a clammy touch. He’s essentially a mad Nazi scientist with Atomic Power at his hand.” The panel above indicates just how different this incarnation of Deathstorm is from the Brightest Day incarnation. You can also see in these featured panels that Deathstorm’s costume looks somewhat different than before. For me personally, I find this new version a lot more intriguing than the previous incarnation.

We got one final shot of Deathstorm in action on the final page of Justice League #23.  Click the image to enlarge.

Crime Syndicate from Justice League #23 Trinity War part 6 by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Rod Reis

Remember, check your local comic book shop today for Forever Evil #1!

Forever Evil #1 cover by David Finch

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2 Comments

  1. Charlemagne says:

    Did everybody notice the 5 Firestorm Rogues in the center of Forever Evil #1? In that huge centerfold with all the DC villains, I spotted 5 of Stormys baddest foes. Bison looked cool. Still despise the Killer Frost look though. Maybe she reverts to the classic form by the end of the series or her upcoming one shot. Hey, we can hope can’t we?

  2. Keith Samra says:

    wow… I haven’t been too interested in what DC is doing lately, but gotta say, Ultraman looks more like Superman than Superman does in the New 52!

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