Motorcycle Murder on Lovers Lane in this EXCLUSIVE Deathstroke #47 Preview

Deathstroke #47 is in stores next week from DC Comics, by the creative team of Christopher Priest, Fernando Pasarin, and Cam Smith.

Each week, DC Comics distributes so-called EX-X-XCLUSIVE previews to their compliant media partner websites, feeding content to those websites to fuel the click-driven 24-hour comics news cycle. But at what cost?! At what cost?!

In these darkest of times, when the line between corporate comics publicity department and comic book news outlet is nigh invisible, a hero has arisen from the smoke and ashes, a Mysterious Benefactor, who has been providing Bleeding Cool with a few pages from each of DC’s new releases each week before media partners can get their EX-X-XCLUSIVE versions up.

How long will it last? Will our Mysterious Benefactor ever be thwarted? All we can say, dear reader, is enjoy it while it lasts.

Here’s two pages from next Wednesday’s Deathstroke #47, as we see the brutal murder of two young lovers in small town Arkansas. What does this have to do with the recently not so dead Deathstroke? We’ll find out when the issue hits stores. Check out the preview below.

 

DEATHSTROKE #47 YOTV
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(W) Christopher Priest (A) Fernando Pasarin, Cam Smith (CA) Jason Paz, Carlo Pagulayan
After being pronounced dead, Slade Wilson awakens in his daughter’s apartment with no memory of how he got there. Meanwhile, Jericho’s newly discovered powers continue to escalate, severing the now-godlike Joseph from his own humanity. Will absolute power corrupt Deathstroke’s good son?
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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