Obscurity of DC Presents: Obscure Book Club, Week 37 (November 6-November 12) --- LORD DEATH MAN!

Why hello there, @ObscurityofDCClub and other members of the DC Community! Welcome to Week 37 of Obscurity of DC’s Obscure Book Club! This week, we’ll be focusing on…


What We’ll Be Reading: Harley Quinn (2016) — Issues 48, 49, 57, and 58

Number of Issues: 4

Very brief description from dc.fandom.com: Lord Death Man began as a crook with a “temporary-death” gimmick; and became capable of resurrection when he took on the qualities of the Lazarus Pit - qualities which Ra’s al Ghul coveted him for.

Now that that’s over with, here are some discussion questions:

  1. Why do you think Lord Death Man was so obsessed with the arcade game?
  2. Do you think there is anything that can kill Lord Death Man?
  3. Why do you think Lord Death Man chose to be a villain, and not a hero?
  4. Why do you think Lord Death Man put a bounty on himself?
  5. Considering Lord Death Man has a crush on Harley Quinn, why do you think he keeps putting her in dangerous situations?

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Lord Deathman can yoga himself back to life.

Lord Deathman has an unexplained hatred of Manga.

Lord Deathman, when about to be executed, killed himself.

Lord Deathman knows how to pose.

Lord Deathman is an infinitely more entertaining and interesting villain than the Penguin despite having significantly less appearances.

Lord Deathman is the greatest villain that 99.999999999% of the human population has never heard of.

Lord Deathman is awesome.


I’m glad you like Lord Death Man!