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Honor Guest was once the deadliest assassin employed by the shadowy Leviathan organization, and a personal friend of its leader, Talia al Ghul. In addition to her skills as a trained killer, Honor also possesses the ability to create a field around her that prevents sound from escaping it.

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Honor Guest was once the deadliest assassin employed by the shadowy Leviathan organization, and a personal friend of its leader, Talia al Ghul.ComicBook/TaliaAlGhul. In addition to her skills as a trained killer, Honor also possesses the ability to create a field around her that prevents sound from escaping it.

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* MakeSomeNoise: Honor has the ability to generate a "Zone of Silence" around herself that completely smothers any sound within, allowing her to silently take down her many targets. She can also apply it to a bullet for long-range assassinations.


The series debuted on January 31, 2018.

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The series debuted on January 31, 2018.
2018. It lasted 18 issues.


* DinerBrawl: The solicitation for issue #6, along with progress art released by Bogdanovic, indicate that the opening scene of the series will culminate in one of these; first as a shootout between Honor and a gaggle of mercenaries, and finally a brutal fist- and knife fight between Honor and Talia.

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* DinerBrawl: The solicitation for In issue #6, along with progress art released by Bogdanovic, indicate that the opening scene of the series will culminate culminates in one of these; first as a shootout between Honor and a gaggle of mercenaries, and finally a brutal fist- fist and knife fight between Honor and Talia.



* MusclesAreMeaningless: Honor looks like a typical athletic woman, but has shown impressive levels of strength that might push her over the edge into superhuman territory.

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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Honor looks like a typical athletic woman, but has shown impressive levels of strength that might push her just over the edge into superhuman territory.


''The Silencer'' is a 2018 monthly comic book from Creator/DCComics launched as part of The New Age of Heroes line, a quasi-spinoff from ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. The series is written by Dan Abnett and began with John Romita, Jr. as the penciler; JRJR was replaced by Viktor Bogdanovic starting on issue #4.

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''The Silencer'' is a 2018 monthly comic book from Creator/DCComics launched as part of The New Age of Heroes line, a quasi-spinoff from ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. The series is written by Dan Abnett and began with is mainly illustrated by Jack Herbert and Patrick Zircher (although John Romita, Romita Jr. as the penciler; JRJR was replaced by and Viktor Bogdanovic starting on issue #4.
Bogdanovik illustrated the early issues).

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* DinerBrawl: The solicitation for issue #6, along with progress art released by Bogdanovic, indicate that the opening scene of the series will culminate in one of these; first as a shootout between Honor and a gaggle of mercenaries, and finally a brutal fist- and knife fight between Honor and Talia.

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* BoringButPractical: The Silencer's one real superpower is the ability to create a "Zone of Silence" which dampens sound completely in a small area. It's not flashy nor does it give her any added physical enhancements, but it allows her to kill her targets very quietly without alerting anyone else in the general vicinity. She can even project the zone onto the path of a bullet and have it spread to whatever it hits for silent long-range assassinations.


* MusclesAreMeaningless: Honor looks like a typical athletic woman, but has shown impressive levels if strength that might push her over the edge into superhuman territory.

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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Honor looks like a typical athletic woman, but has shown impressive levels if of strength that might push her over the edge into superhuman territory.


Honor Guest was once the deadliest assassin employed by the shadowy Leviathan organization, and a personal friend of its leader, Talia al Ghul. in addition to her skills as a trained killer, Honor also possesses the ability to create a field around her that prevents sound from escaping it.

Honor eventually began to despise her job and wished for a normal life. After completing one final hit on another, traitorous Leviathan agent, Talia allowed Honor to retire. Years later, after building a family and a quiet life, Honor is thrust back into the business when another Leviathan member attempts to assassinate her on a shopping trip, since it turns out Honor's last job as pushed Leviathan into a civil war.

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Honor Guest was once the deadliest assassin employed by the shadowy Leviathan organization, and a personal friend of its leader, Talia al Ghul. in In addition to her skills as a trained killer, Honor also possesses the ability to create a field around her that prevents sound from escaping it.

Honor eventually began to despise her job and wished for a normal life. After completing one final hit on another, traitorous Leviathan agent, Talia allowed Honor to retire. retire in peace. Years later, after building a family and a quiet suburban life, Honor is thrust back into the business when another Leviathan member attempts to assassinate her on a shopping trip, since it turns out Honor's last job as pushed Leviathan into a civil war.
war, one that she is now on the wrong side of.


* PercussiveMaintainence: Honor attempts this while trying to fix her old washing machine, already on its last legs. She succeeds in actually killing it and leaving it rather dented.

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* PercussiveMaintainence: PercussiveMaintenance: Honor attempts this while trying to fix her old washing machine, already on its last legs. She succeeds in actually killing it and leaving it rather dented.

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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Honor looks like a typical athletic woman, but has shown impressive levels if strength that might push her over the edge into superhuman territory.
* PercussiveMaintainence: Honor attempts this while trying to fix her old washing machine, already on its last legs. She succeeds in actually killing it and leaving it rather dented.

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* HowWeGotHere: The series opens with Honor threatening someone at gunpoint in a diner, and the first arc tells how things got to that point.


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[[She’s one of the DC Universe’s deadliest assassins... and you’ve never heard of her.]]

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[[She’s [[caption-width-right:350:She’s one of the DC Universe’s deadliest assassins... and you’ve never heard of her.]]

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[[She’s one of the DC Universe’s deadliest assassins... and you’ve never heard of her.]]

''The Silencer'' is a 2018 monthly comic book from Creator/DCComics launched as part of The New Age of Heroes line, a quasi-spinoff from ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. The series is written by Dan Abnett and began with John Romita, Jr. as the penciler; JRJR was replaced by Viktor Bogdanovic starting on issue #4.

Honor Guest was once the deadliest assassin employed by the shadowy Leviathan organization, and a personal friend of its leader, Talia al Ghul. in addition to her skills as a trained killer, Honor also possesses the ability to create a field around her that prevents sound from escaping it.

Honor eventually began to despise her job and wished for a normal life. After completing one final hit on another, traitorous Leviathan agent, Talia allowed Honor to retire. Years later, after building a family and a quiet life, Honor is thrust back into the business when another Leviathan member attempts to assassinate her on a shopping trip, since it turns out Honor's last job as pushed Leviathan into a civil war.

The series debuted on January 31, 2018.

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!!''The Silencer' contains examples of:

* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Honor.
* ImportantHaircut: Honor buzzes her hair once she gets back into her old lifestyle, having grown her hair shoulder-length as a civilian.
* ResignationsNotAccepted: Downplayed. Honor does genuinely get to retire... but is forced back into the life years later.

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