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Assessor Evil Part 7 And they all lived evily forever after
Assessor Evil Part 7 And they all lived evily forever after
So what have you been up to the ast three months? If you're penciller David Finch or inker Richard Friend, you were probably drawing liking a maniac, while avoiding daily, shouty phone calls from editors, as the seven-issue, "monthly" series Forever Evil finally shipped its final issue this Wednesday, a good three months after its sixth issue dropped. The delay has caused some trouble in DC's line, as it delayed the release of tie-in issues, and created some glitches in storytlines (Perhaps the most notable was that two issues of the series Justice League United, which picks up where Justice League of America ended, shipped before the final issue of JLoA).
Assessor Evil 6: For a Change of Pace, Someone Loses a Leg
Assessor Evil 6: For a Change of Pace, Someone Loses a Leg
DC Comics' event series pitting its bad guys again some even worse guys from another universe reaches its penultimate installment this week, as the home team of villains finally takes the fight to the evil invaders from Earth-3, the evil universe! Which of course means our super-close reading of this superhero epic also reaches its penultimate installments.
Assessor Evil 5: OMG They Cut **Another** Guy's Arm Off
Assessor Evil 5: OMG They Cut **Another** Guy's Arm Off
The latest issue of DC Comics' Forever Evil opens as the previous four did, with Lex Luthor sharing a little anecdote about his childhood that somehow relates to the current state of affairs. In this issue, it ends with Luthor telling readers that "48 hours ago, a group of beings called the Crime Syndicate came to our world and declared it theirs." Forty-eight hours! That's only two days
Assessor Evil, Part 4: Growing Balls Of Green Fire
Assessor Evil, Part 4: Growing Balls Of Green Fire
  In the pages of Forever Evil, the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 -- the evil opposites of Earth-New 52's greatest heroes (plus an evil opposite of Alfred Pennyworth) -- have conquered the world! The master villains have come up with a particularly brilliant plan to rid themselves of the DC Universe's heroes, trapping them all in sinister tie-in comics well beyond the pages of the main series. If you
Assessor Evil, Part 3: Bizarro; Or, The Modern Prometheus
Assessor Evil, Part 3: Bizarro; Or, The Modern Prometheus
When we last visited the DC Universe in the wake of Forever Evil, it was a dark, grim and gritty place -- well, darker, grimmer and grittier than usual, anyway. Most of the members of the Justice League of America, Justice League Dark and Justice League Vanilla mysteriously disappeared after encountering the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3, the evil doppelgangers of Earth-New 52's greatest heroes. Rall
Forever Evil Recap, Part Two: Ultraman's Indestructible Anus
Forever Evil Recap, Part Two: Ultraman's Indestructible Anus
Last month was a pretty rough one for the heroes of the DC Universe. The Justice Leagues—all three of 'em—apparently fell before the onslaught of the Earth-3's Crime Syndicate, somewhere between the end of Trinity War and the first issue of Forever Evil #1. The Syndicate then proceeded to take over the world, opening all of the super-prisons, assembling all the super-villains into an army, destroy
Comics Alliance Presents Assessor Evil, Week 1: Krypto-Cocaine
Comics Alliance Presents Assessor Evil, Week 1: Krypto-Cocaine
Remember Trinity War? The six-part,154-page, 24-dollar DC Comics crossover story that ended with a cliffhanger where the super-villains from inside Pandora's Box rushing towards all three Justice Leagues with the words "To Be Continued in Forever Evil #1" at the bottom of the last page? Remember how you were frustrated that the climactic battle of the weeks-long story was being saved for