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The Ravagers, Vol. 2: Heavenly Destruction (Ravagers Vol. I #2)

3.25  ·  Rating Details ·  64 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Someone claiming to be Terra's brother comes to the team. Unfortunately, Deathstroke the Terminator isn't far behind him. The Ravagers are having serious trust issues already, so a visit from the world's deadliest assassin certainly won't help. As Caitlin and Rose deal with the shocking revelation about their origins, Deathstroke takes down the remaining Ravagers one by ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 11th 2014 by DC Comics (first published February 1st 2014)
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Mar 05, 2016 Cale rated it it was ok
While the action and story here was a bit better than expected (a bottle episode in an infected small town), I can't help thinking that whoever thought writing all the teen-hero focused books should be more violent than the 'adult' focused titles. The body count is higher, the behavior is worse, and the characters are to a one unlikable (even previous favorites like Beast Boy). While they do manage to make Rose somewhat sympathetic (ironically), this was really an unpleasant book to read. But ...more
Chris Lemmerman
D'you know, I didn't actually hate this. In fact, compared to most of the New 52 teen hero books like Superboy and Teen Titans, this is downright good stuff. Michael Alan Nelson and Tony Bedard introduce some interesting new twists, and the story actually starts moving in some good directions. And then it gets cancelled and all the characters bar Beast Boy are shelved. Yep, nicely going DC. The art's fairly solid all the way through too, which is a nice change, and especially considering there ...more
Richard Rosenthal
May 19, 2016 Richard Rosenthal rated it it was ok
Shelves: comic
I can see why this series ended. It is a Michael Bay comic. Explosions! Disaster! Fight! Fight! Fight!
The characters are angsty teenagers with super powers. I didn't care for the Culling and crossover mess and while this at least tells the whole story without jumping to another comic it comes out of that mess of a story and doesn't improve on it very much.
Aug 06, 2013 Stuart rated it really liked it
Way better then the first half of the series. Only problem is that the series ended where it did with a lot of lose ends still there. Hopeful one day they can be solved. I actually enjoyed the dynamic between the characters.
Aug 19, 2014 Trent rated it liked it
I wish they would have continued this series instead of cancelling it, as it was obviously getting better. This second volume would have gotten 4 stars if it weren't for there being no ending. In fact, the last story in this volume is an issue #0 story. One that was superfluous. Oh well.
Timothy Villa
Jul 26, 2016 Timothy Villa rated it it was ok
It actually got better as it went along. It wasn't perfect, far from it, but it was better than the Mackie issues.
Daniel Butcher
Mar 12, 2014 Daniel Butcher rated it liked it
Shelves: new-52
The description says Terra's brother shows up...I don't see that.

Interesting stuff going on with Fairchild and Ridge. But not sure id those threads will ever be tied up.
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Michael Alan Nelson grew up in a small Indiana farming community before moving to Los Angeles in 2002. He is the winner of the 2004 New Times 55 Fiction contest for his short-short "The Conspirators" and was awarded the 2011 Glyph Comics Award for Best Female Character for the character Selena from his series "28 Days Later." Michael is the author of the critically acclaimed comic series "Hexed," ...more
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Ravagers Vol. I (3 books)
  • The Ravagers, Vol. 1: The Kids from N.O.W.H.E.R.E.
  • The Culling: Rise of the Ravagers

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