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Azrael #1

Azrael #1
CBR | Oct 21 2009 | 29 Pages | 14.9 MB
Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bach's Azrael #1 takes its brooding anti-hero and has him make some difficult moral decisions without ever pushing him too far into the tired category of urban vigilantes willing to kill in order to clean up the streets. In many ways this first issue of DC Comics' new monthly series takes some daring, yet just the right amount of understated steps in the right direction. The artwork, on the other hand seems out of sync with the story and where it is going. Still, better than average.

Following the events of 'The Eighth Deadly Sin' in BATMAN ANNUAL #27 and DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #11, the new monthly series starring Death's Dark Knight begins! Michael Lane is a man in search of redemption, but does serving the Order of Purity as God's Angel of Justice bring him closer to achieving his goal - or simply send him further down a road paved with good intentions? When a hired killer comes to Gotham City seeking revenge for crimes committed decades in the past, Azrael faces an impossible conflict: What if God's justice forces the hero to claim one of God's servants? From writer Fabian Nicieza (SUPERMAN, TRINITY) and artist Ramon Bachs (RED ROBIN)! Written by Fabian Nicieza; Art by Ramon Bachs; Cover by Jock
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