Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1

Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1

Illustrated by: Caitlin Yarsky

Cover art by: Stephen Platt

Written by: Leah Williams

Release date: July 10th, 2024

DC Comics

*Minor Spoilers Ahead

THE TRINITY OF EVIL’S FORCES TARGET THE MARVEL FAMILY! LAST SON STRIKES! SUPER NO MORE! With the assault on Metropolis’s heroes complete, Amanda Waller’s latest living weapon, the Last Son, sets his sights on the other most powerful supers in the DCU… the Marvel Family! Will their combined powers be enough to survive this terrifying threat? In this biweekly series we’ll see the ABSOLUTE POWER event through the eyes of evil — as told from the point of view of the TRINITY OF EVIL!

Continuing the thrilling “Absolute Power” saga, “Task Force VII #1” offers a captivating glimpse into the dark side of the DC Universe. Leah Williams masterfully weaves a narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats, while Caitlin Yarsky’s illustrations bring the story to life with stunning detail and emotion.

The plot thickens as the Trinity of Evil sets their sights on the Marvel Family. With the Last Son emerging as Amanda Waller’s formidable weapon, the stakes are higher than ever. The Marvel Family’s combined powers are put to the ultimate test against this relentless threat. Williams’ writing captures the intensity of the conflict, making the reader feel the urgency and danger at every turn.

Caitlin Yarsky’s artwork is nothing short of spectacular. Her ability to convey the raw power and emotions of the characters enhances the storytelling, making each panel a visual treat. From the explosive action sequences to the quieter, more introspective moments, Yarsky’s illustrations draw readers into the heart of the conflict.

Stephen Platt’s variant cover is a standout, capturing the essence of the series with his signature style. As a fan of Platt’s work from his “Marc Spector: Moon Knight” and “Spider-Man” days, it’s exciting to see him bring his unique touch to the “Absolute Power” series. His cover alone is worth adding this issue to your collection.

“Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1” is a must-read for DC fans and anyone following the “Absolute Power” event. The biweekly release schedule keeps the momentum going, making it hard to wait for the next installment. For those wary of spoilers, it might be best to wait and read this issue alongside the next for the full impact. Nonetheless, this issue is a testament to the creative team’s talent and dedication, delivering a powerful and engaging addition to the “Absolute Power” storyline. Highly recommended!

“Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1” will be available on our new comic book wall this Wednesday, and can be placed on your weekly pull list.


Evil Unleashed: Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1

Colors - 9.7
Design - 9.8
Illustration - 9.8
Narrative - 9.8
Subplot - 9.8


In this gripping continuation of the "Absolute Power" event, "Absolute Power: Task Force VII #1" focuses on the Marvel Family's desperate struggle against Amanda Waller's deadly new weapon, the Last Son.

Genre: Superhero
Series: Absolute Power | Illustrated by Caitlin Yarsky, Stephen Platt
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