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DC Comics Forever Evil # 7 review

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Forever Evil # 7


DC Comics biggest crossover of the year, Forever Evil has been shaking up the DC Universe and will forever change everything across the board. In the final issue of the series, what will be the fate of Lex Luthor and his Injustice League? Who will live and who will die and why is The Hooded Man the most feared being from the Syndicate's world?

Every issue of this series has been better than the last with this one being no different. The previous issue lefts readers wondering how Batman was going to be avenging Nightwing at the hands of Lex Luthor, but not everything is as it seems as this issue proves pretty quickly. While there is plenty of story here to bring it all together as well as set things up for the future of the DC Universe this is a full on war that will has a clear winner when it is all said and done. David Finch continues to bring his awesome dark style that fits this particular story arc perfectly like only he can. There is some clever storytelling in the direction they have taken this story and allowing this issue to effectively wrap it up while still opening up the door for both changes to the future and a possible new story arc. The idea of bringing the story that is changing everything full circle to the one that started it all is pure genius and will no doubt have fans on the edge of their seats to see what is coming next.

Forever Evil has been one of the best crossover events in comics for the past few years. Its use of the much hated yet loved villains to the point that will be sending some of them down a new path and others on a collision course with fate is nothing short of brilliance. Don’t miss out on the epic conclusion of Forever Evil available now.

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