DC’s smash hit mini-series DCeased, written by fan-favorite Tom Taylor , returns in 2020 with three oversized issues to keep us all on our toes : What did the villains do when the heroes failed and the world ended? Spinning out of the dramatic events of 2019’s techno-organic-fueled bestselling thriller, writer Tom Taylor returns to this dark world, along with new artist Karl Mostert, with a street-level tale of death , heroism and redemption .
Onstart of miniseries :
At the onstart of Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine’s Dceased miniseries, the Bat-family suffered a catastrophic loss when Dick Grayson, Tim Drake and Bruce Wayne all fell to the anti-life virus . Alongside them, some of DC’s biggest heroes were killed as the devastating outbreak took over the world. From there, things only got aggravated as heroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash and Green Lantern all fell to the fatal virus.
Rampant attacks with no time
The worst part of it all is that since the virus was spreading at a rapid rate, there wasn’t time for anyone to mourn the fallen heroes. It was always just on to the next attack, and on to the next desperate plan to save people. Now, in DCeased: Unkillables #1, we are pushed back to the first few days of the Anti-Live virus infection, and the new series begins by offering a bit of closure for Batman, Nightwing and Robin.
The healing factor
While part of Unkillables #1 is focused on Slade Wilson as he discovers that his healing factor allows him to survive the Anti-Life virus, the rest of the issue follows Jason Todd, the ex-Robin and current Red Hood who walks into the Batcave only to discover that most of the members of the Bat-Family are dead. Jason walks in to find the bodies of Batman, Nightwing and Robin, who were all put down by Alfred Pennyworth before he would leave to go find Damian Wayne.
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