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    Reviews - Deathlok Special - #4

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Nice wrap-up... - Decanus
Deathlok throws in with Stryker, reluctantly, to win back his body. Stryker has his own agenda, to doublecross Roxxon, and goes to Japan where he plans to sell illegal arms to nationalists there, including a misled Sunfire. Fighting and double-dealing ensues, until S.H.I.E.L.D arrive to help, Sunfire realises the error of his ways, and Deathlok destroys a nuclear missile in mid-air! Deathlok hands Stryker over to Fury, and resolves to track doen Cybertek and his body himself.
Excellent conclusion to a mini that grew in quality as it went on. McDuffie's scripting was as strong as ever, tying all the plot elements together neatly to conclude the story, but leaving events such that Deathlok has a continuing heroic quest. Cowan's art was a little scrappy in places, and he definitely benefits from tighter inking such as that of Magyar or Decarlo, but there was some nice splashes etc. Solid mini-series all round.




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