Deathstroke doesn’t look well, does he? Even having Bronze Tiger around hasn’t helped.
They don’t seem like natural team-mates but sometimes you have to put differences aside to get a job done.
Twice a week I randomly generate two dates and then compare the titles I own from both of them, trying to find some covers that, with a little basic photoshopping, I can mash together, and then I force the results on you lovely people.
By the way, I admit to being HUGELY influenced by the wonderful Super-Team Family blog which has been doing this for years (and a lot better) on an almost daily basis.
Dawn and Deathstroke – who wouldn’t want to see those two either team up or fight against each other?
Last week’s DC Nation magazine had a two-page spread about the forthcoming Heroes in Crisis event:
and among other things, it asked three questions which I thought I’d take a stab at answering:
So three characters in that two page spread will be accused of murder – here’s my guesses:
Lex Luthor and Deathstroke seem fairly obvious choices to me – they’re both villains, neither of them are above killing so why not? Booster Gold – he’s there as a wild card. He hasn’t been seen around the Rebirth DCU so if he comes back just at the point someone’s been killed, he seems likely to be blamed for something.
So who gets to die? Because it’s not a big event unless someone dies, is it? And preferably someone people care about – that makes the event even bigger. Here’s my guesses:
When it comes to Kyle Rayner particularly, I hope I’m wrong. Pretty much every other character on that board is much too big a name to get rid of – even Damage who’s one of the stars of this new wave of heroes in his own title so I can’t see him getting killed. Kyle and Ray Palmer, though? Both of them have other heroes carrying the same names so, sadly, I think they’re expendable.
But again, especially with Kyle, I hope I’m wrong.
If a couple of heroes get killed by a villain, where’s the shock in that? That’s why I think it’ll be a hero who ends up being revealed as the murderer, and my guess is one of the two characters on that board that use lethal weapons as part of their heroics:
I don’t know what Arsenal’s up to lately, but I’m putting him forward as the killer.
Why? Who knows?! But if Tom King can suddenly make Kyle Rayner a devout Catholic as he did in Omega Men, he can probably come up with some crazy-ass reason why Arsenal becomes a killer.