DC Comics Bombshells #1

    DC Comics Bombshells » DC Comics Bombshells #1 - Enlisted Part 1 of 3 released by DC Comics on July 25, 2015.

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    Enlisted Part 1 of 3 last edited by victor25 on 12/15/22 02:15PM View full history

    It's World War II and Batwoman's battling crime on the home front. But events in her life are about to quickly change, and she may be leaving Gotham behind for a bigger cause.



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    You cant go wrong with mixing DC Comics and the 1940s 0

    This seems like a great start to a series with a great premise. DC Comics Bombshells is set during World War 2 and will focus on the female characters. The first issue begins fantastically with Batwoman saving the Waynes from their future death and it only continues to be great. The comic focuses on the life of Batwoman as she is a baseball player, a crime fighter, and in a relationship with Maggie Sawyer. The art is sleek and helps create an ethereal feal to it. The World War 2 setting also see...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Batwoman 0

    DC Comics: Bombshells #1 “Enlisted” Part 1 of 3 Written by Marguerite Bennett Pencils Marguerite Sauvage Cover by Ant Lucia Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: a comic book based on a toy line! But not transforming toys; these are collectable statues by Ant Lucia reimagining DC heroines as pinups. As odd and perhaps throwback the origins of DC Comics: Bombshells is, writer Marguerite Bennett and Marguerite Sauvage have jumped in head first in giving the titular Bombshells ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A great issue 0

    The Black and white contrasted with batwoman's red is an amazing start to the issue. Panel after panel is great with modern art with and old fashioned feel. I wasn't expecting a lot from this issues/ series but the story is a wonderful start showing a tender relationship. I hope this series continues in this fashion. ...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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