Forever Evil Rogues Rebellion #3 Review

It's the Rogues vs. Bat Villains, could you ask for anything more?

The Good

I have always been a fan of villain vs. villain fights and this book has plenty of them. Seeing the Rogues bond rather than fall apart under the pressure of being hunted by the Crime Syndicate is something that makes this book stand out from the typical villain team up books. The Rogues may be bad people, but they are still people and can have moments of goodness or morality, things that you rarely get to see from them. The art isn't great by any means, but it never falls into the terrible territory either.

The Not So Good

Some people may see this book as pointless or nothing more than a road trip movie in comic form. While I can understand this assessment, this book does in fact have a point. Albeit a point that could have easily been made in a one shot book. The story is light on substance in this issue as the plot seems to be more about cramming in as many bat villain cameos as possible instead of a focused story.

The Bottom Line

This comic, and series in general, is not great but it is not terrible either. If you are a fan of the Rogues and want a closer look at their motivations and inner thoughts then I highly recommend this book. If you love villain vs. villain fights like I do then you will find plenty to love in this issue. However, if you want a tight story that has a great plot and plenty of intrigue, suspense, and big moments...look somewhere else. As I pointed out, some would say this is a road trip movie in comic form and if that seems interesting to you then you will love this book.

3.5 / 5
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Forever Evil Rogues Rebellion #3
Released December 18, 2013
Writer Brian Buccellato
Artist Scott Hepburn
Cover Artist Declan Shalvey

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