Anyone pick these up or check them out? I picked up Deathstroke and Grifter and enjoyed them. I don't think they will be best-seller books, but Deathstroke definitely improved. I'm interested in the Lobo storyline, and Liefield's art is not too bad. He fills the pages here rather than have a few panels per page and a lot of negative space. Grifter I have been enjoying, and really didn't understand Liefield's comments on Wordballoon that the Daemonites looked like fetuses. The new warrior elite, don't look that much different. What did they look like in Wildstorm's heyday? Anyway, Grifter still read the same as it did before, didn't feel like a new direction other than the introduction of Deathblow and Cheshire. I guess all in all it's not a bad thing that the book feels good from issue 8 to 9 with a new writer and scripter. I'm looking forward to Hawkman and Joe Bennett on Hawkman again. I loved his stuff on the old series.
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