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Deathstroke #18

DC Comics: May 3, 2017   Writer: Christopher Priest   Art: Joe Bennett   Cover: Bill Sienkiewicz  

Cover Price: $2.99   UPC: 76194134286301811   Diamond ID: MAR170282   GCIN: 969337

'Twilight' finale! In the wake of his fianc?'s death, Jericho seeks revenge against the suspected murderer-his own father! But was Deathstroke truly responsible for Etienne's demise? And if not, who could have committed such a nefarious crime? It's a Wilson family affair as Slade, Joseph and Rose clash in the blood-soaked finale to 'Twilight!' RATED T+

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