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52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen by Keith…
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From the ashes of the devastated nation of Bialya, the unstoppable villains of the groundbreaking weekly series 52 rise again! They are the FOUR HORSEMEN -- War, Pestilence, Famine, Death -- living embodiments of the Dread Ages of the distant world of Apokolips. Freed from the mad geniuses who first summoned them, the Horsemen look to their own dark ambition, to remake the Earth in their image -- and only the combined might of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman can stop them!… (more)



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This is one of those comic books that has no narrative reason to exist. You know, someone's like, "52 was popular, let's do a book with '52' in the title. People will buy it!" And the joke's on me, because I did buy it and I even read it, too. Even at six issues, though, this is pretty substanceless; the Four Horsemen were one of the less interesting aspects of 52, and I did not really desire to see them face down against Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Nothing of what made 52 work-- the rich tapestry that is the DC universe-- is present in this banal spin-off. Which is a shame, because Keith Giffen can do so much better!

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  Stevil2001 | Jul 18, 2015 |
I think I was supposed to known what the hell was going on, but, ah, I guess I missed some memos. I did read all four volumes of the 52 series, so I did sorta remember what happened with Black Adam and the country he destroyed, but in that series it seemed to be given a half of an issue so.

Anyway, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman are in the country and have the unfortunate task of trying to stop the Four Horsemen from taking over the world, gain (tried in the 52 series).

Anyway. The art was solid and perhaps the fact that I seemed to have missed something was my fault. Although I have read the 52 series twice. ( )
  DanieXJ | Sep 27, 2014 |
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