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Discover what the villains of the DC Universe did during the events of DCeased! From the hit series DCeased comes a villain's story about survival during the zombie apocalypse! Vandal Savage hasn't lived for thousands of years without being prepared. Seconds after the virus breaks out, he has already made contact and begun to assemble a team of people to help him ride out th Discover what the villains of the DC Universe did during the events of DCeased! From the hit series DCeased comes a villain's story about survival during the zombie apocalypse! Vandal Savage hasn't lived for thousands of years without being prepared. Seconds after the virus breaks out, he has already made contact and begun to assemble a team of people to help him ride out the end of the world. Some of the world's greatest mercenaries and fighters are brought to his side, all tasked to protect Savage. All Vandal can offer them is survival. Collects DCeased: The Unkillables #1-6.


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Discover what the villains of the DC Universe did during the events of DCeased! From the hit series DCeased comes a villain's story about survival during the zombie apocalypse! Vandal Savage hasn't lived for thousands of years without being prepared. Seconds after the virus breaks out, he has already made contact and begun to assemble a team of people to help him ride out th Discover what the villains of the DC Universe did during the events of DCeased! From the hit series DCeased comes a villain's story about survival during the zombie apocalypse! Vandal Savage hasn't lived for thousands of years without being prepared. Seconds after the virus breaks out, he has already made contact and begun to assemble a team of people to help him ride out the end of the world. Some of the world's greatest mercenaries and fighters are brought to his side, all tasked to protect Savage. All Vandal can offer them is survival. Collects DCeased: The Unkillables #1-6.

30 review for DCeased: The Unkillables

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    This is a fun end of the world scenario from DC! I'm loving DCeased, and Taylor's take on this group of unkillable villains was incredibly entertaining. The only thing I wasn't in love with was Karl Mostert's art. Something about the proportions of the faces are just off. Red Hood's cheekbones look like he's been assaulted with a knife. And while some panels are better than others, this was never something that I would call a feast for your eyes. But the story was good enough to make me overlook This is a fun end of the world scenario from DC! I'm loving DCeased, and Taylor's take on this group of unkillable villains was incredibly entertaining. The only thing I wasn't in love with was Karl Mostert's art. Something about the proportions of the faces are just off. Red Hood's cheekbones look like he's been assaulted with a knife. And while some panels are better than others, this was never something that I would call a feast for your eyes. But the story was good enough to make me overlook characters who appeared to have been hit in the face with a shovel. PS - The covers were amazing! Anyway, the main DCeased storyline has the heroes doing spoilery stuff elsewhere, so this focus on a small group of orphans who are currently being protected by Jason Todd, Cassandra Cain, Jim Gordon. Plot things happen, and you end up with a group of villains who have been gathered together by Vandal Savage because of their unique resistance to the virus getting thrown together with our heroes and these kids. Is there anyone who can resist a scrappy little orphan? I highly doubt it. Good stuff! Highly Recomended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gianfranco Mancini

    The end of the world brings strange alliances and a band of villains and anti-heroes finds out still having an heart. Probably better than the original DCeased mini-series and artist Karl Mostert was born to draw great action scenes, sadly its style of drawing faces was not much my cup of tea. Luckly storyline was so good that you can just forgive that and enjoy the ride. ☆☆☆☆1/2 rounded up to ☆☆☆☆☆ by  that unexpected badass ending. It's hard to write a good and original tale in the zombie genre bu The end of the world brings strange alliances and a band of villains and anti-heroes finds out still having an heart. Probably better than the original DCeased mini-series and artist Karl Mostert was born to draw great action scenes, sadly its style of drawing faces was not much my cup of tea. Luckly storyline was so good that you can just forgive that and enjoy the ride. ☆☆☆☆1/2 rounded up to ☆☆☆☆☆ by  that unexpected badass ending. It's hard to write a good and original tale in the zombie genre but Tom Taylor, at ease with apocalyptic elseworlds after working on Injustice: Gods Among Us, totally made another bullseye here. Nota: ho comprato e letto l'edizione italiana del volume ma, essendo ormai abituato a leggere e recensire fumetti inglesi/americani in lingua originale, mi ci è scappata la solita in english maccheronico e non mi andava di rifarla. Già che ci sono aggiungo che il mio voto per il volume edito da Panini è di ☆☆☆☆ stelle invece di ☆☆☆☆☆ a causa di un errore di traduzione che mi ha fatto veramente inorridire, altro che gli zombi: "Stamina of Atlas" (ATLANTE) è diventato "La resistenza di ATLANTIDE". Oh, santo cielo...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    This companion piece to DCeased may even be better. It's about the people left behind when the heroes leave Earth. A group of villains along with some Batman sidekicks and orphans. Taylor really knows how to bring the heart out in a zombie apocalypse comic. It even survives some terrible art by Karl Mostert. He really tries hard to ape early Frank Quitely but with some very fugly faces and overly skinny bodies. This companion piece to DCeased may even be better. It's about the people left behind when the heroes leave Earth. A group of villains along with some Batman sidekicks and orphans. Taylor really knows how to bring the heart out in a zombie apocalypse comic. It even survives some terrible art by Karl Mostert. He really tries hard to ape early Frank Quitely but with some very fugly faces and overly skinny bodies.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Adah Udechukwu

    DCeased Unkillables is lit. It's got a great plot, great artwork, great everything.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kadi P

    This was nearly almost perfect. So close to perfect. I'd give it 4.8 stars. Although this was on the relatively short side I'm very impressed with how much they managed to fit into it. There was perhaps more character growth in this than in DCeased which had twice as many issues. The character growth really was this limited series' strong suit. We get to see Jason dealing with (view spoiler)[the loss of most of the batfamily, having to shoot Billy Batson, seeing Joker dead but never having the ch This was nearly almost perfect. So close to perfect. I'd give it 4.8 stars. Although this was on the relatively short side I'm very impressed with how much they managed to fit into it. There was perhaps more character growth in this than in DCeased which had twice as many issues. The character growth really was this limited series' strong suit. We get to see Jason dealing with (view spoiler)[the loss of most of the batfamily, having to shoot Billy Batson, seeing Joker dead but never having the chance to kill him himself (hide spoiler)] and so much more. We also get, and this is really my favourite part, hardcore villains showing their softer side. It's that villains becoming heroes trope that really made this whole comic for me. Creeper in particular is weird (I noticed that he's green like Beast Boy and has a similar humour too, so he's like the villain version of Beast Boy) but he shone in this. There were some horrifying moments, some heartfelt moments and quite a bit of gory fighting, as is required of DC's zombie equivalent comic. In my opinion anti-virus Wonder Woman was overused. One thing I didn't really understand was why (view spoiler)[Mary Marvel said she'd explain why she never told everyone who she really was but then she never did explain. (hide spoiler)] I guess I'll forever wonder about that! The ending was really cute but in a sad way. It was like a very dim light at the end of a very dark tunnel and hats off to Tom Taylor for managing to make me attached to these characters after only 3 issues. There's a lot more awesome moments I haven't written about here but they're all in my status updates for this comic so you should check those out too (beware there are some spoilers there). One thing I haven't mentioned but a lot of others have is the art. It was really bad. Like the artist CANNOT draw faces, which is pretty bad for a comic artist where that kind of thing is required more than in any other medium. That's why I'm not saying this comic was perfect. Luckily, the story was solid enough to overcome the terrible art.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Wakizashi

    It's not just about the zombies! This was a gory, bloody, breath of fresh air with some great character writing by Taylor. Who would've thought we'd get an exciting yet touching story in the middle of the bloodbath?! I also enjoyed the art which suited the story very well. I'm looking forward to seeing where Taylor takes the DCeased universe next.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    A spin-off from DCeased that is happening at the same time but doesn't so much cross over as suffer from the aftershocks of the events there. As the world is overrun with Anti-Life zombies, a group of villains led by Vandal Savage takes refuge on a small Pacific Island to wait out the disaster. Meanwhile, James Gordon has retreated to Bludhaven with a couple Bat-family antiheroes -- Jason Todd and Cassandra Cain -- and finds himself protecting the survivors of an orphanage. As is wont to happen A spin-off from DCeased that is happening at the same time but doesn't so much cross over as suffer from the aftershocks of the events there. As the world is overrun with Anti-Life zombies, a group of villains led by Vandal Savage takes refuge on a small Pacific Island to wait out the disaster. Meanwhile, James Gordon has retreated to Bludhaven with a couple Bat-family antiheroes -- Jason Todd and Cassandra Cain -- and finds himself protecting the survivors of an orphanage. As is wont to happen in zombie fiction, the situation deteriorates and the two storylines collide. More muted than the mothership, events pick up at the end while still almost succeeding at getting -- huh? -- heartwarming?? It's a satisfying read, but the script is a bit clumsy at times as it tries to balance humor and drama, and the plot certainly has a lot of dangling strings that will not hold up to any sort of tugging. Good popcorn fare though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ronald

    OK, maybe just 4.5 stars. But this was a rally well done story. It takes place around the main DCeased story and really is much better. I like the villains teaming up to survive. The villains getting the chance to do good and they do more than be good they saved people. My only real dislike for the story is how they get chased out of their safe place - it was dumb. Then having Zombie Wonder Woman show up batting clean up for evil but then unable to ruin the day. It would have been a better story OK, maybe just 4.5 stars. But this was a rally well done story. It takes place around the main DCeased story and really is much better. I like the villains teaming up to survive. The villains getting the chance to do good and they do more than be good they saved people. My only real dislike for the story is how they get chased out of their safe place - it was dumb. Then having Zombie Wonder Woman show up batting clean up for evil but then unable to ruin the day. It would have been a better story without Wonder Woman when there are so many other infected god level supers still on that Earth. Besides we know they can't kill WW she is in other DCeased stories. Anyway, good stuff.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Tom Taylor does it again. Revisiting the DCeased universe, this three issue mini-series puts the focus on a small group of ragtag characters that have no business being friends and yet after these three issues you'll wish you had more time with them together. Across such a short space of time, Taylor creates bonds that you'd never expect to see forged, and then rips them apart with zombie versions of your favourite characters so it hurts twice as much as usual. Whereas the original DCeased was a Tom Taylor does it again. Revisiting the DCeased universe, this three issue mini-series puts the focus on a small group of ragtag characters that have no business being friends and yet after these three issues you'll wish you had more time with them together. Across such a short space of time, Taylor creates bonds that you'd never expect to see forged, and then rips them apart with zombie versions of your favourite characters so it hurts twice as much as usual. Whereas the original DCeased was a broad, wide-ranging story, this is a much more personal affair, and that almost makes the stakes feel higher. The art is by DC newcomer Karl Mostert; it's much more grounded and solid than DCeased's Trevor Hairsine, and he sells the emotions in these characters without even trying. He's definitely going to be one to watch in the near future, I can guarantee it. Unkillables is the second entry in the DCeased universe, but after these three issues you'll think you've been there for years and years, and I hope that long continues.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Christian Zamora-Dahmen

    I really love how Taylor can blend great characterization with a high-packed action story. And zombies! Taylor is a one-class writer, I really hope he keeps going on because his writing is amazing. Spin-offs are rarely as good as the original runs, yet he achieved, once again, to deliver a touching, dramatic and fast-paced story, this time focused on a rag-tag team of villains. I need to look up his Injustice run. I hope it is this good!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Yursa Tahir

    Blown away literally. Tree lobsters for life. Loved Lady Shiva, Uncle Grundy, Creeper, Floyd Lawton, Slade Wilson, Kitty Cheetah and everyone

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shaun Stanley

    DCeased: Unkillables collects 1-3 of the comic of the same name by Tom Taylor with art by Trevor Scott and Karl Mostert. Unkillables is mini story that takes between DCeased and DCeased Dead Planet. Deathstroke has survived the Anti-Life equation due to his healing ability. He saves his daughter Ravager where they are left to fight for their lives against the undead. Vandal Savage saves the two and invites them to his hidden base to survive the apocalypse. Savage has put together a group of vill DCeased: Unkillables collects 1-3 of the comic of the same name by Tom Taylor with art by Trevor Scott and Karl Mostert. Unkillables is mini story that takes between DCeased and DCeased Dead Planet. Deathstroke has survived the Anti-Life equation due to his healing ability. He saves his daughter Ravager where they are left to fight for their lives against the undead. Vandal Savage saves the two and invites them to his hidden base to survive the apocalypse. Savage has put together a group of villains with unique abilities including Mirror Master, Captain Cold, Deadshot, Solomon Grundy, Creeper, Lady Shiva, Bane, and Cheetah. Meanwhile, Red Hood finds Commisioner Gordon and Cassandra Cain in Gotham. On the run from the undead, they find themselves at an orphanage and decide to protect the abandoned children. This series was so much fun. The action in nonstop and it has a kind of twisted humor to it. It also ends up being a surprisingly touching story. I really loved the focus on Cassandra Cain as Batgirl (The BEST Batgirl. Fight me.). Creeper and Solomon Grundy are other characters I really enjoy who usually don't get much time to shine. I have been really impressed with the DCeased series so far and am eagerly awaiting the next installment!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bookwraiths

    I didn’t like this as much as DCeased. Not sure why I’m, sort of, in the minority with that opinion, but I guess everyone just likes different things. I really enjoyed the opening issue, but once the book turned into a standard protect the orphans from undead horde story it just lost steam for me. Guess all the touching moments of villains melting under the kindness of children didn’t ring true for me. Probably the fact I don’t really have any emotional attachment to any of the main characters a I didn’t like this as much as DCeased. Not sure why I’m, sort of, in the minority with that opinion, but I guess everyone just likes different things. I really enjoyed the opening issue, but once the book turned into a standard protect the orphans from undead horde story it just lost steam for me. Guess all the touching moments of villains melting under the kindness of children didn’t ring true for me. Probably the fact I don’t really have any emotional attachment to any of the main characters also hurt. Not saying I don’t like Red Hood, Commissioner Gordon and all the rest, but their ultimate fate didn’t touch me the way that watching Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest did. Still well worth a read though.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    Well, there seems to be some online confusion as to the number of issues in this volume of DC's popular AU. The best I can figure out is that the series ended with digital floppy #3 which came out last week. The ordering information for the TPB indicates six issues, so either I'm confused or the solicitation is. This morning that qualifies as a whatever. The really odd thing is that I like Taylor's work on this series and its various spinoffs. I probably shouldn't. I burned out the whole zombie/z Well, there seems to be some online confusion as to the number of issues in this volume of DC's popular AU. The best I can figure out is that the series ended with digital floppy #3 which came out last week. The ordering information for the TPB indicates six issues, so either I'm confused or the solicitation is. This morning that qualifies as a whatever. The really odd thing is that I like Taylor's work on this series and its various spinoffs. I probably shouldn't. I burned out the whole zombie/zombie variant bit years ago (I still consider World War Z excellent though, and Tobias Bucknell's work had some good points). Cyborg is a character I like, and well he's kind of screwed over here. So how does Taylor make this series work, for me at least? Taylor take supporting characters from the main DCU and makes them interesting. Giving readers an interesting take on Jim Gordon, and Slade Wilson aka Deathstroke? really not that unusual. Other writers have done that before Taylor. No, it is Taylor actually make me care, vest in, what happens to Lady Shiva and Solomon Grundy in the last issue. I didn't think anyone could get me to vest in those characters, and no spoilers, Taylor finds the small things that make it work (especially for Shiva). Unlike Marvels Earth X, or Cherie Priest's steampunk alt US/Civil War world I care enough about what has happened to the characters to keep coming back for more of Taylor's work. And, yes I expect some of Priest's fans to get on me about what I've just said about her Clockwork Century books, but especially after the first book I really didn't care about what happened to whom.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Another fun Dceased book I really enjoy these. The art reminds me alot of Frank Quietly’s

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    4 Dceased has been an interesting design by Tom Taylor and the first volume was a nice shock. This spin-off is a nice change of pace from the craziness of the central storyline. The book lacks the length of the first and that dropped it slightly with my overall rating. I read the early Injustice many moons ago and it's something I should go back and revisit, as that was also by Tom Taylor. Why the 4? It's still a solid storyline and this covers story beats that will continue in volume 2. Tom Taylo 4 Dceased has been an interesting design by Tom Taylor and the first volume was a nice shock. This spin-off is a nice change of pace from the craziness of the central storyline. The book lacks the length of the first and that dropped it slightly with my overall rating. I read the early Injustice many moons ago and it's something I should go back and revisit, as that was also by Tom Taylor. Why the 4? It's still a solid storyline and this covers story beats that will continue in volume 2. Tom Taylor tends to lead characters into unpredictable moments and allowing him to go at his own style, we're thrown into one crazy series. DCeased doesn't slow down for a heartbeat and that's why it has become so popular. Tom Taylor playing with the DC universe much like he did with Injustice. This book is only marginally lower than the first.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Trike

    As with all of Taylor’s writing, this went down easy and just sped by. I really like these stories that are not connected to main continuity. No need to worry about stuff you missed, and people can die. Which, in a story about zombies, is going to happen. A lot. Bonus: Ace the Bat-hound doesn’t die. The art is... not great. I mean, it’s better than I can do, but then I’m not drawing a comic book for a major publisher. Still, it doesn’t get in the way and his layouts are fine with clear action shot As with all of Taylor’s writing, this went down easy and just sped by. I really like these stories that are not connected to main continuity. No need to worry about stuff you missed, and people can die. Which, in a story about zombies, is going to happen. A lot. Bonus: Ace the Bat-hound doesn’t die. The art is... not great. I mean, it’s better than I can do, but then I’m not drawing a comic book for a major publisher. Still, it doesn’t get in the way and his layouts are fine with clear action shots and solid storytelling. It’s just the details that are off.

  18. 4 out of 5

    ♥ victoria

    This was PHENOMENAL 👏

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Taylor does great character work and this one is no exception. I do wonder if he needs the impending specter of death to bring out the heightened emotions, but this is good.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Abdelhak

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Beelzefuzz

    I had more fun with this than the main DCeased book. The characters were used well and the jokes landed most of the time for me. It is hard not to draw comparisons to Walking Dead and Mad Max copy pasting of plotlines, but the fun outweighed those criticisms.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bill Riggs

    Great story! A group of villains band together to survive the apocalypse, but instead find their own humanity and heroic spirit.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sasha Zatz

    DCeased: Unkillables is perhaps even better than the original DCeased. After the anti-life virus infected earth, turning its inhabitants into zombie killing machines, the Justice League did everything it could to save the world, but now they’re gone, and the villains are left behind to inherit this corrupted world. Deathstroke and his team of villains must team up with the last heroes - Jason Todd, Cassandra Cain and Jim Gordon - to save a group of orphans and, of course, themselves. DCeased: Unk DCeased: Unkillables is perhaps even better than the original DCeased. After the anti-life virus infected earth, turning its inhabitants into zombie killing machines, the Justice League did everything it could to save the world, but now they’re gone, and the villains are left behind to inherit this corrupted world. Deathstroke and his team of villains must team up with the last heroes - Jason Todd, Cassandra Cain and Jim Gordon - to save a group of orphans and, of course, themselves. DCeased: Unkillables is similar to the original DCeased in that it focuses on humanity and what it takes to survive, but in an almost opposite way. While DCeased showed it’s heroes descending into madness and having to abandon their morals to save the world, Unkillables shows the humanity villains can have and how compassionate they can be. This was one of my first introductions to Slade Wilson and his daughter Rose, AKA Deathstroke and Ravager, and I really liked them, this book made me want to read more about these two. For a book with so many characters, it was impressive how Unkillables made me become attached to most of them and showed character development for most! I would say Deathstroke was the main character, and though he may be a deadly assassin, here we also see he is kind, incredibly resilient, brave and even loving. Unkillables shows us more about who DCs villains feel attached to, and the heart they have left. I loved that Deathstroke and Gordon basically became the dads of the ragtag group that stars in Unkillables! Their dynamic was actually great and it’s a shame they don’t team up unless faced with death because I’d like to see more of them together! Another character I loved meeting was Lady Shiva, Cassandra Cain’s assassin mother. She’s badass and brilliant and I’d love to see more of her! Past all the zombies and the themes of this book, Unkillables was basically about villains being soft and adopting orphans. It’s kind of adorable! Even Cheetah warms to the children, going so far as to let one of the kids she becomes attached to call her Kitty! DC comics are often full with humour despite the odds and Unkillables was no exception, with scenes that made me laugh out loud! The only thing I disliked about this comic was the art. Overall, the art was pretty great and I loved the colours, but the artist simply cannot draw faces, which isn’t the greatest weekend. The faces he draws are far too symmetrical, it’s kind of odd. I can definitely look past that to enjoy the story and characters but it did affect my overall enjoyment, which is a shame. With a thrilling and emotional plot, this follow up to DCeased, one of my favourite comic series, did not disappoint. So many of the things I loved about the original DCeased are also present here - the incredibly high-stakes, with no holds barred on who dies. The themes of morality, humanity and sacrifice. Unexpected alliances, twists and turns. I loved DCeased: Unkillables a lot, and seriously recommend it! - I LOVED this so much! villains being soft and adopting children, deathstroke and gordon basically being dads together, villains having to save the world instead of heroes,,, so beautiful! a wonderful follow up to DCeased, I think I even enjoyed it more, the only thing was I knew less of the characters!! I love deathstroke now tho and will be requiring to read some of his comics haha, and definitely rose Wilson tooooo :)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    DCeased: Unkillables is a three-issue limited series published by DC Comics. The story takes place in an alternate Earth, where a corrupted version of the Anti-Life Equation has infected most of Earth's inhabitants with a zombie-like virus. DCeased: Unkillables collects all three issues of the 2020 limited series. Not everyone on Earth escaped the planet as there are small pockets of humanity still alive and surviving the zombie apocalypse. It centers on Jason Todd as Red Hood and Slade Wilson as DCeased: Unkillables is a three-issue limited series published by DC Comics. The story takes place in an alternate Earth, where a corrupted version of the Anti-Life Equation has infected most of Earth's inhabitants with a zombie-like virus. DCeased: Unkillables collects all three issues of the 2020 limited series. Not everyone on Earth escaped the planet as there are small pockets of humanity still alive and surviving the zombie apocalypse. It centers on Jason Todd as Red Hood and Slade Wilson as Deathstroke as the form a team called the Unkillables. Included are: Cassandra Cain as Batgirl, Jim Gordon, Rose Wilson as the Ravager and Mary Marvel. Together, the save group of orphans in Blüdhaven and managed to get them to Poison Ivy's sanctuary. Tom Taylor penned the entire trade paperback. For the most part, it was written rather well. Taylor has created a wonderful alternative world, which has been corrupted by a corrupt Anti-Life Equation accidentally set off by Cyborg. It tells the tale of those who were left on Earth as most of humanity escaped into space, which stars Jason Todd as Red Hood, which was wonderfully depicted. Karl Mostert penciled the entire trade paperback. Since he was the main penciler, the artistic flow of the trade paperback flowed exceptionally well. However, his penciling style is much to be desired as his sketchy depiction isn't my favorite – in my uneducated opinion. All in all, DCeased: Unkillables is a wonderfully written and constructed miniseries that tells the story about those who were left behind on Earth as it is ravaged by a corrupted version of the Anti-Life Equation that transformed it into a zombie wasteland.

  25. 4 out of 5

    JM S

    DCeased: Unkillables Review: Dceased: Unkillables is a 3 issue limited series and it's also a spin-off of DCeased. Which is a really great story and I'am very excited for its sequel. In this story, it focuses more on the other characters of DC that didn't appeared on the first one, primarily the villains. It also show what happened to the people who were left behind. The characters here also focuses more on Jason Todd and Deathstroke, especially with Slade's ability to heal. The first DCeased is DCeased: Unkillables Review: Dceased: Unkillables is a 3 issue limited series and it's also a spin-off of DCeased. Which is a really great story and I'am very excited for its sequel. In this story, it focuses more on the other characters of DC that didn't appeared on the first one, primarily the villains. It also show what happened to the people who were left behind. The characters here also focuses more on Jason Todd and Deathstroke, especially with Slade's ability to heal. The first DCeased is a huge hit for readers and of course many more would be made and it makes sense. Considering that the world that was built here is very interesting. But possibly this one is even better than the first one. The story is once again good and very interesting, especially they don't need to set up anything anymore. The pacing was good, considering it's only 3 issues. The art and the writing is really good as well and again it has a surprising drama to it. The characters though are definitely the standouts here, even more than the heroes. It was really interesting to see them just survive and there interactions with the other survivors was great. You ended up caring for them as the book did a good job handling its characters. There were also some really shocking and awesome scenes throughout the book. I also really liked the ending, it has a good balance of dark, humor, and drama. So overall, DCeased: Unkillables is probably better than the first one, even though DCeased is already a good book. I enjoyed the characters a lot more here and once again the story and the writing is great. The same goes for its pacing as well. It has a lot of good scenes and so I'am really excited on its sequel and a lot more from this world. 8.5/10

  26. 5 out of 5

    Billy Jepma

    Tom Taylor continues to be one of the most enjoyable writers in comics, as he once-again gets me to invest into a zombie-survival story that shouldn’t work and yet somehow absolutely does. There’s more character development here than there was in the mainline DCeased story, less jaw-droppingly effective shock value, and an equal amount of viscerally drawn violence and surprisingly heartfelt character moments. This is a quick read, but it’s a very satisfying one. Taylor makes great use of the pla Tom Taylor continues to be one of the most enjoyable writers in comics, as he once-again gets me to invest into a zombie-survival story that shouldn’t work and yet somehow absolutely does. There’s more character development here than there was in the mainline DCeased story, less jaw-droppingly effective shock value, and an equal amount of viscerally drawn violence and surprisingly heartfelt character moments. This is a quick read, but it’s a very satisfying one. Taylor makes great use of the playground he’s in, and is borderline showing off with how easily he writes the ragtag team B and C-listers that headline his story. And the artwork from Mostert, Scott, Edwards, and Lokus is (mostly) excellent, as each moment of blood-soaked action is thrillingly choreographed and executed. I don’t think I need more stories in the DCeased universe, but since we’re getting them (and plenty of them, if they continue to be as successful as they have been), then I’m going to continue to be all-in on them.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    Not just a poor spin off as I was expecting. In some ways I genuinely preferred this to DCeased. There’s a lot of heart to the villains,just a shame that it was only 3 issues, felt like Tom Taylor could have got even more character progression in there. In some ways this felt like a Suicide Squad story, especially given how it ended. It was fun, and that’s what you want from an elseworld story. It tied I nicely to the main story without needing to lean heavily into it, it just focussed on its cha Not just a poor spin off as I was expecting. In some ways I genuinely preferred this to DCeased. There’s a lot of heart to the villains,just a shame that it was only 3 issues, felt like Tom Taylor could have got even more character progression in there. In some ways this felt like a Suicide Squad story, especially given how it ended. It was fun, and that’s what you want from an elseworld story. It tied I nicely to the main story without needing to lean heavily into it, it just focussed on its characters and told their beginning and end together. I can certainly say I’m more interested for what comes next for this group, that those who took the trip into space in DCeased!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shadow

    Great characters and plot make this a winner. Each of the characters' personalities are on full display and it was interesting to see villains become orphan-tending heroes. In a short amount of space, we see the characters grow and change to develop their softer side. They become like a family. Apart from a few great shots of zombie Wonder Woman, the art was bland for the most part - boring and uninspired backgrounds, for example. The faces were fairly ugly. There's a bit of humor which some mig Great characters and plot make this a winner. Each of the characters' personalities are on full display and it was interesting to see villains become orphan-tending heroes. In a short amount of space, we see the characters grow and change to develop their softer side. They become like a family. Apart from a few great shots of zombie Wonder Woman, the art was bland for the most part - boring and uninspired backgrounds, for example. The faces were fairly ugly. There's a bit of humor which some might find awkward or inappropriate given how dark everything is. For these minor issues, I deduct one star. If you liked the first one, you will likely love this one.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Armand

    Note: I would've easily given this five out of five stars if there was more content in the collection. Tom Taylor's DCeased event continues to leave me chomping at the bit for more. The main book as well as the Unkillables Tie-In is an absolutely fantastic read that utilizes so many characters that never get much room to shine. This story has left me emotional, shocked and overwhelmed with passion for a group of murderers, psychopaths, and monsters...some are all three in one convenient package!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Buckley

    I tend to approach a lot of DC comics with a certain amount of skepticism these days. Ever since the DC52 relaunch, while it did reset a lot of story making it easier for new readers to digest, I've found it difficult to get into DC comics. However, this mini-story from Tom Taylor was excellent. It even had a character I've never encountered before. It was fairly bloody and tragic, but a great villain turns hero story that's well worth a read.

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