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DCeased #3 Review - The Batfamily Get's Clipped

Updated: May 12, 2020

Tom Taylor (Writer) • Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudino (Pencils - Inks)

Rain Beredo (Colorist) • Movie Variant (Yasmine Putri) • DC Comics (Publisher)

Dceased was one of the top-selling series of 2019. It's easy to see why. Zombies have been a fan favorite of the horror genre for years now and Superheroes are the king of American comics. The combination of genres is a no-brainer.

I won't pretend that Marvel Zombies doesn't exist or that it didn't come first but DCeased has been a better series so far.

This installment of DCeased feels like a filler issue. There's a couple of major deaths and Zombies revealed in the comic but nothing that caught me off guard. You're basically here for the atmosphere and story progression. It's an excellent single issue but I don't really have much to say without giving away reveals about deaths and potential spoilers.

The story is engaging and the pacing is great. The art is solid and this is another pretty installment from Trevor Hairsine. If you haven't read DCeased yet the situation is pretty bleak but its worth a read especially while we're on lockdown.

Rating 9/10

#DCeased #TomTaylor #TrevorHairsine #DCComics #RainBeredo #Horror

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