Batwoman #8

    Batwoman » Batwoman #8 - To Drown the World, Part Three released by DC Comics on June 2012.

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    Six lives moving through different points in time, all heading toward a crossroads. Batwoman faces gnashing teeth, claws and otherworldly powers. But can she defeat the villains of Gotham Harbor? Maro, an arcane wizard, harnesses violent magics to create the vile creature known as The Hook. Kate Kane struggles with living multiple lives and how that affects her relationship with Maggie. Detective Maggie Sawyer transports a double agent named Sune.Jacob Kane still holds onto hope for a life that he so desperately needs in his.DEO Agent Cameron Chase covertly aids Batwoman in abducting one of the villain Falchion's inner circle.The creative team's unique take on spy stories continues!



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    Drowning in a Sea of Despair, and the Torrent Still Falls 0

    I'm so glad this cover didn't get hampered by the banner last month. This is just.... so damn incredible. I mean, sure, J.H. Williams III has done some AMAZING covers. They're filled with some incredible depth of complexity; rich with layers of imagery. Reeder's covers take the opposite path, but with equally incredible results. Technically, from a cold analytical approach, this is far less impressive; but it's equally potent. The damp colors form such a moody atmosphere that's twisted into a gr...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    What Method Is Best To Drown The World? 0

    Synopsis: Kate's actions may strain her relationship with her girlfriend.So far, To Drown the World has been showing us background on characters involved with The Mother, and the events that led to Kate's position currently. It hasn't been easy on her or on the people involved. What makes Kate different from Bruce is that she attempts to find love in her life while being Batwoman. Even if Kate is a strong, independent woman, she's still a woman. I like how she gets defensive on Agent Chase claim...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    I love flashbacks! 0

    I love the way "To Drown the World" is being told; the shocking twist could come from anywhere at any point in time. Too bad Amy Reeder is leaving, that was quite a short stint. I am eager to see what happens to Bette, and how all the pieces come together.Please check my mini-review of Batwoman #8 here: and feedback are always welcome!...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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