Updated on 16 October, 2021
What could be more fun than reading a Deathstroke Comic book? It's easy to become immersed in the world of this super hero, and like any fan you want to know as much as possible about your favorite hero. In this article we will cover the early years of Deathstroke's life, all the crazy escapades he gets into, and who else would it be besides super villains that he fights? The Deathstroke universe is a place that is filled with great characters such as Batman, Batgirl, Robin, Wonder Woman, and more. In fact, we could say that any comic book fan can jump into this world and have a ton of fun.
The Deathstroke Comic book begins with the events of "The Judas Contract." The first issue begins with a bang, as we see a brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja assassin known as Deathstroke appear and take out some bad guys. We see that he has received a special assignment from the United States government, and takes on this new super villain.
In this latest miniseries, we get to meet some new Teen Titans such as Beast Boy and Summer Green. We also get to see some classic Teen titans such as Deathstroke, Kid Eternity, and Slade. We even get to learn about the beginnings of the Justice League. Finally, we learn that Deathstroke has taken up the mantle of the Joker, and is hunting down those that oppose him. In this new series, we get to see what happens when he takes on the Justice League again. It's sure to be a lot of fun.
The early years of Deathstroke's life in the new comic book series are set up in the early New 52. There is a brief mention that he went to college, and was an accomplished sniper before he became the new Deathstroke. The reference is made to the fact that both of them had a personal traumatic experience involving a bullet. In the end, it is revealed that the former sniper and the new teen spy, Deathstroke has discovered a new super hero, a man with telekinesis and almost unlimited power called the Joker. The Joker is a chemical man that uses his powers to brainwash other people, and he makes Deathstroke into his own personal killer.
In the Deathstroke Graphic Novel, it is made clear that Deathstroke was born under aces by his father, which makes the obvious connection between his current circumstances and the origins of his super hero identity. Of course, his experience in the field of hunting and killing were far different than any one could have been. In the Deathstroke Graphic Novel, we also learn that during the early times that he was called the " Jester," he was mentored by a man named Sidearm. It is here where we see some of the connections between the character and the DC Universe.
After taking over as the new Deathstroke, he quickly discovers that the island callediddler is under attack by a mysterious criminal known as the Hood. He tortures and kills several of the island's citizens, until a group of brave men dressed in garlands lead him to deathstroke. While there, he learns the truth about his real identity, and why he has been chosen by the Joker. Although there are some unbelievable twists and turns throughout the story, the final shocking reveal makes Deathstroke the most compelling of all of the DC comics' characters.
Deathstroke is an interesting and well written character. Although there are a lot of complex characters and situations in the DC Universe, there is really nothing that can compare to what Deathstroke goes through. He is an orphan, which he only discovered after he had been tortured and killed during a mission for the Joker. Although he knows that he is not human, he is also not completely evil, as he only does what is necessary and always puts himself first. In this modern day, he has to be a little more ruthless to get what he wants, but that is the appeal of this type of anti-hero.
The Deathstroke comic is one of the best written and drawn comic book series that DC has put out. This version of the character is one of the most iconic and one of the most ruthless villains that the DC Universe has ever created. If you are a fan of this character or even if you simply like to read great stories about men and women gone bad, I highly recommend that you take a look at the Deathstroke comic. It is a great start to the Deathstroke story or a fantastic final installment to an already excellent series.