Underworld Unleashed

Underworld Unleashed

Mark Waid Scott Peterson Howard Porter Dennis Janke Phil Jimenez J.H. Williams III John Stokes Mick Gray / May 25, 2020

Underworld Unleashed In a classic tale of temptation and duplicity Neron a demon from Hell assembles the villains of the universe and offers them their heart s desire in exchange for their souls As each criminal indivi

  • Title: Underworld Unleashed
  • Author: Mark Waid Scott Peterson Howard Porter Dennis Janke Phil Jimenez J.H. Williams III John Stokes Mick Gray
  • ISBN: 9781563894473
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a classic tale of temptation and duplicity, Neron, a demon from Hell, assembles the villains of the universe and offers them their heart s desire in exchange for their souls As each criminal individually accepts the damned bargain, the heroes of Earth are suddenly overpowered and easily defeated by their evil adversaries But the augmented villains soon learn the horIn a classic tale of temptation and duplicity, Neron, a demon from Hell, assembles the villains of the universe and offers them their heart s desire in exchange for their souls As each criminal individually accepts the damned bargain, the heroes of Earth are suddenly overpowered and easily defeated by their evil adversaries But the augmented villains soon learn the horrible price they must pay as Neron uses his unwitting pawns in an attempt to take over the entire universe Now with Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, the Flash and the rest of the heroes of the world helpless, the fate of all existence rests on the shoulders of the Trickster, the one man who might outdeal the devil.

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      • Mark Waid Scott Peterson Howard Porter Dennis Janke Phil Jimenez J.H. Williams III John Stokes Mick Gray

        Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.


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    1. I really liked this story. I might be slightly biased, I'm a big fan of Mark Waid's writing. Some of the tie-ins are a bit hit-or-miss; but Waid's core story is pretty awesome! (Bonus at how much of it's from Trickster's point of view.)


    2. As I continue my read of TPBs collecting DCU's event series I found myself liking the concept of Underworld Unleashed more than I remembered. While it still depends too much on the tie-in issues (all but one left out of this trade) the core concept of upgrading villains by having them make a deal with a devil works. True, it is not a wholly original idea but a good one. Mark Waid adds two small twists. One is that some heroes make a deal with the devil, and we all know how those turn out. The ot [...]


    3. I love Mark Waid's writing, and the art here is mostly lovely, but the package just doesn't quite work. Besides the long middle piece, not written by Waid, which completely disrupts the flow of the rest of the story, this doesn't read like a mega crossover. Instead, it's a very personal story between the Trickster and Neron and everything else is simply breezed right past. Not bad, but a good example of why these crossovers don't usually work very well.


    4. It was nice to see that not only the villains had taken Neron up on his deal. I have always enjoyed Mark Waid's stories, and of course my love of comics doesn't hurt. It was nice to see our heros be offered there dreams by the (for a better word) devil, and then have to defeat him. I'm going to have to find this and read it again, does it come in kindle form? Comic hunting has begun.


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