Detective Comics #859

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #859 - Seven Years Ago / Pipeline Chapter Two Part One released by DC Comics on January 1, 2010.

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    Seven Years Ago / Pipeline Chapter Two Part One last edited by lordhater1 on 04/14/23 08:28PM View full history

    Batwoman's origin continues! In "Go!" part 2, Kate Kane is outed and forced to leave West Point. When she lands in Gotham City, she meets officer Renee Montoya and has a fateful encounter with The Dark Knight that will forever change her life!

    The case may be closed closed, but questions remain in The Question's co-feature. And Renee won't stop until she has the answers! When a new lead points to the Sicilian mafia, The Question turns to an expert for assistance. But can she trust the Huntress to be professional when family rears its ugly head?


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    Review of Detective Comics #859 0

    I like Greg Rucka. He's got a knack for stories that feel grounded and real and seems to do his best work when dealing with military and espionage stories. There are even some great relationship scenes that give Kate Kane some serious depth but don't feel contrive. These military and character parts of the story are my favorite. It's when the Turner Classic Movies horror movie rejects show up that I become less and less interested. Why create such a real world only to destroy it with silly chara...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Detective Comics #859: Don't ask don't tell 0

    Homosexuality is a hot topic in the United States. I would be careful to place discrimination against homosexuals in the same context as segregation against African Americans (or those who would allegedly qualify under "Black" race in a check list for Driver's License). After all, I don't remember guards sending dogs to tear apart gay children for shopping in straight grocery markets. No, hatred against homosexuality is a little more covert. Since its harder to distinguish the homosexuals from t...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A harsh critique...? 0

    Okay, here's some honesty: I only started reading this series because of a lesbian Batwoman. I feel better having admitted that. So… No tangents this time around about my personal life, let's just jump into the review.  This is part two of Batwoman's origin story and I was much more satisfied with this issue than lasts; unfortunately that's not saying much because this issue has some severe flaws. My chief complaint (which is the most important) is that I'm just not buying this o...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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