Detective Comics #1011 (Review)
Written by: Peter J Tomasi
Art by: Christian Duce
Colors by: Luis Guerrero
Letters by: Rob Leigh
Deadshot is on the move and Bruce will need help from his new allies if he is going to stop the assassin and save the trapped hostages.
The current inhabitants of the island are helping Bruce prepare a series of traps designed to slow down Deadshot as he hunts them through the jungle. Bruce will have to get creative as the assassin gets closer and he doubles back to the plane crash in order to free the hostages. It’s a dangerous gamble as Deadshot is heavily armed and ready to kill anyone who stands in the way of his payday.
With the hostages safe and Deadshot in his sights, Batman will spring into action to take down the villain, but Deadshot is not without resources.
Tomasi effectively ends this mini arc with great action and story. Bruce’s interactions with the island veterans are fun and interesting. His strategy against Deadshot is well developed and I really enjoyed the end of the issue and what Bruce does for his new friends. The dialogue is fun and the pace of the plot are well executed.
Christian Duce has some incredible art in this issue. The characters look amazing. The action sequences are awesome.