Updated on 16 October, 2021
The V For Vendetta Comic is a fan favorite amongst fans of the DC comic Universe. It tells the story of an alternate version of Batman who was killed during the Death of Superman. While not the most exciting of comic book stories, it's still a very entertaining one. With artist Tim Swan stepping in to pencil the book, I have to say that this second Death of Superman book just gets better.
In the first issue, we got introduced to the character of V for Vendetta. Once we learned his secret, he went on a crazy killing spree killing anyone and everyone close to him including his girlfriend Rachel Dawes. We also saw what happened to the previous Batman, John Blake. He was left for dead but has somehow been resuscitated and given super-human powers. These are only the start of our story however. In this second installment, we'll learn about the villains behind the whole situation.
This V For Vendetta Comic is more than just your run-of-the-mill superhero comic. I'm not sure why, but it is more of a psychological thriller at times. With a mind-boggling plot, excellent artwork and fantastic story, V for Vendetta just has everything you would expect out of a comic book. And it's written by DC Entertainment's resident genius, Tomasi. I can't say enough about his contribution to this project.
Let's get back to V for Vendetta. Well, firstly, his appearance is a rather ambiguous as some people think he was suppose to be the villain. However, he isn't. In fact, he's the most sane and sensible of all the characters. I mean, he had been a paraplegic following a plane crash, but he comes to life when he touches a girl. He might be nuts, but he's not without hope.
The story in this second Death of Superman comic is fantastic. Swan has kept us in suspense with his odd, rambling speech that's both hilarious and ominous. The way he talks, which is mostly metaphors for emotions, is enough to make you laugh and cry at the same time. I especially loved his line where he said "I don't have any more complaints." It sums up everything perfectly.
Tomasi does an excellent job building up the tension between Superman and General Lane, even going so far as to create a supporting character for them. In the end, it was Lane who went up the big waterfall and became the new Superman, taking over the duties from Superman. While I'm on the subject of responsibilities, it should be noted that this series of comics didn't have much of a plot all throughout. If you're tired of the same old, just stick with this one.
There were times, however, when this comic did try to do something different. There was the main story which revolved around the relationship between Superman and Wonder Woman. There was also some interesting character relationships, such as the relationship between Lane and Perry. There was a nice portrayal of Superman's relationships with other super heroes. There really wasn't that many twists or turns, which I enjoyed.
Overall, this is one of those comics you either love or hate. You'll definitely have your favorite moment when reading V for Vendetta Comic. The writing is fast paced, and the artwork is great. If you enjoy getting into super hero fights, then this is the comic for you.
This one of the more graphic superhero stories you can read. If you enjoy that sort of thing, this is one of the better ones out there. I personally don't read that many comic books. Most of my time I watch TV or play video games. If you are one of those people, then V for Vendetta is a good place to start.
One of the most important things to remember about this comic is that it was written as a reaction to the darker elements in the world. It contains profanity, and sometimes questionable topics. However, it's still worth reading, regardless if you are a fan or not.
This is a good comic to read. It contains a good storyline and a fast pace. For anyone who enjoys action and fighting, this is a great choice. If you haven't picked up a V for Vendetta comic, I would recommend giving it a try.