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Batman #24 REVIEW

Batman #24 REVIEW

Batman #24 DC Comics Script by: Tom King Pencils by: David Finch Inks by: Danny Miki Pgs 1, 4, 8, 10, 12, 16-20 Pencils and Inks by: Clay Mann with Seth Mann Pgs 2, 3, 5-7, 9, 11, 13-15 Colors by: Jordie Bellaire Letters by: Deron Bennett Batman #24 puts the main plot...

Batman #24 EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW

Batman #24 EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW

After defeating Bane and following the trail of the mysterious Button, Batman gets back to the task at hand, which is curing Clair. But now that she is seeing clearly again, what path will Gotham Girl choose and can Batman ensure she stays pointed in right...

Batman #20 Review

Batman #20 Review

Batman #20 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch, Danny Miki, and Trevor Scott Approaching the first anniversary of Tom King’s Batman, issue #20 arrives right on time to reflect along with the reader as to what sort of ride it’s been thus far. After a...

Batman #19 REVIEW

Batman #19 REVIEW

Batman #19 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch and Danny Miki The last issue of Batman felt like it was worth a TV or movie adaptation. The art and pacing of it all had the makings of a great episode if we were ever lucky enough to get a weekly Batman...

Fork in the Road a Batman #18 REVIEW

Fork in the Road a Batman #18 REVIEW

Batman #18 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch and Danny Miki Batman #18 arrives on the heels of a great preceding issue as part of the continuing and exciting 'I Am Bane' arc that sees Tom King dealing with his first A-list villain. It feels good to...

Four Days a Batman #17 REVIEW

Four Days a Batman #17 REVIEW

Batman #17 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch Before joining GWW, I read all my comics in trade paperback form. A full arc in one sitting was always preferable to me. When I got here, it took some time to adjust to, both as a fan and a writer. Some...

The Calm Before in Batman #16 REVIEW

The Calm Before in Batman #16 REVIEW

Batman #16 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch Tom King’s Batman #16 is as sweet as ever for the writer. His first arc’s lackluster run now seems like a distant memory when put up against the perfectly paced latest issue. Finch returns to draw this one,...

Home For The Holidays in “Batman” Annual #1 (Review)

Home For The Holidays in “Batman” Annual #1 (Review)

Batman Annual #1 DC Comics Written by: Tom King, Scott Snyder, Ray Fawkes, Paul Dini, Steve Orlando, and Scott Wilson Art by: David Finch, Declan Shalvey, Neal Adams, Riley Rossmo, and Bilquis Evely Color by: Jordie Bellaire, Ivan Plascencia, Matheus Lopes, and Gabe...

Run – “Batman” #5 (Review)

Run – “Batman” #5 (Review)

Batman #5 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch, Matt Banning, Sandra Hope, Scott Hanna In Batman #5, Tom King reaches the conclusion of his debut arc as Batman scribe. It’s been an up-and-down first few issues, with some really promising moments...

I Can Fix This – “Batman” #4 (Review)

I Can Fix This – “Batman” #4 (Review)

Batman #4 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch and Matt Banning My first time through with Batman #4 left me feeling disheartened. It felt like another step backwards for the series. After re-reading it, I’m more optimistic about it now, though it’s...

The Dying of it All – “Batman” #3 (Review)

The Dying of it All – “Batman” #3 (Review)

Batman #3 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch & Matt Banning In this third issue since Batman has been “reborn”, writer Tom King pumps the brakes to develop the mysterious duo of Gotham and Gotham Girl. Undoubtedly, a series can’t be expected to...

Do You Trust Them? “Batman” #2 (Review)

Do You Trust Them? “Batman” #2 (Review)

Batman #2 DC Comics Written by: Tom King Art by: David Finch & Matt Banning King and company are already back with Batman thanks to Rebirth’s commitment to semi-monthly schedules for DC’s biggest brands. It doesn’t get much bigger than Batman, and it doesn’t get...

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