Detective Comics #951 is another great entry into this series that no Batman fan should be missing out on
There’s a lot of potential on display here for this book to turn into one of DC’s best very quickly
Detective Comics #950 has a lot to recommend about it, feeling like an issue worthy of a milestone like this. If you’re a fan of Cassandra Cain, Azrael and Batwing or want to know where Detective Comics is headed in the future then this issue should make a great addition to your weekly comics haul
Art by: Various, Marcio Takara Cover by: Eber Ferreira, Eddy Barrows Variant cover by: Rafael Albuquerque Written by: James Tynion IV U.S. Price: 3.99 On Sale Date: Feb 8 2017 Page Count: 48 “League of Shadows” prologue! Celebrate 950 issues of the original Batman series with this extra-sized extravaganza! Cassandra Cain has stayed out of ..
As if this first volume wasn’t sensational enough, it all leads up to a fascinating ending that will have you clamoring for the next issues as soon as you can get your hands on it. This book is a remarkable achievement and an all-new level for Batman and his sub-universe under DC’s Rebirth banner
Success continues. And with style
This series has honestly been one of the biggest surprises of Rebirth. It has twists and turns and, above all that, great writing and exceptional art
By James Tynion IV, Alvaro Martinez, Brad Anderson, Al Barrionuevo, Adriano Lucas and Raul Fernandez DC Rebirth has featured a heavy diet of Batman books for their newest re-launch. This shouldn’t surprise anyone since he’s one of their cornerstone characters and one of their biggest cash cows. The difference this time around is that every book ..
Detective Comics is off to a great start. Tynion IV has always had a knack for writing secondary Gotham characters, so this is obviously where he should be. With the current art team, this series has a lot going for it
This issue would have served better as an addition to an oversized Batman #50, but alone it feels and reads desperate