Event Leviathan #5

Event Leviathan 5

The end is drawing near, or a new beginning is Leviathan has their way in Event Leviathan #5. The two master detective teams are closing in Leviathan’s identity. But it is Superman and Plastic Man who have been taken and will soon know who they are dealing with. Lois follows a lead from her other team while Batman and the rest follow Superman.

I have really enjoyed this series. I’m a sucker for a good mystery. I do have the feeling that once the mystery is revealed, I’m going to be lost. There have been many characters in this mini-series. Some I’m familiar with and some I’m not. So it may just be that the leader of Leviathan is someone I don’t even know. But it has been a fun ride.

Lois meets with her team


Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Alex Maleev
Colors: Alex Maleev Letters: Josh Reed

Event Leviathan #5

Lois’ second team has some bad news for her. They think her father is Leviathan. After some convincing, she agrees to go see him. They find that he is not the one, but that he does know that Leviathan is right about the world. And as a device sends them to another place, it appears as if Lois’ father dies.

Batman and the other team go after where Superman and Plastic Man were last know to be. Robin gets an idea that Leviathan is tied to Manhunter somehow. But before they arrive at their destination, Talia Al Ghul appears and attacks their car.

Superman is face to face with Leviathan, but they are not interested in fighting. They claim to want to fix the world and then co-exist in it with the heroes. The leader finally reveals their identity to Superman, but we don’t get to see it quite yet.

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