Batman #10

    Batman » Batman #10 - Assault on the Court; The Fall of the House of Wayne, Part 2 of 3 released by DC Comics on August 2012.

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    Assault on the Court; The Fall of the House of Wayne, Part 2 of 3 last edited by Superkitty on 03/03/24 06:55PM View full history

    BATMAN takes the fight to THE COURT OF OWLS!

    Discover the evil mastermind behind THE COURT.

    Plus: The “Fall of the House of Wayne” backup by SCOTT SNYDER, JAMES TYNION IV and RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE



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    4.9 stars

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    Quintessential Batman 0

    This has been such an iconically defining story for Batman. It's a shame sometimes that I get to this series last, sometimes I'm burnt out on reviews so I haven't gotten around to reviewing the past two issues, which were so chock full of such perfect moments that just screamed out loud the very quintessence of 'Batman.' I'll get to those issues soon, but they led us perfectly into this issue which continues to be Batman at the utter peak of perfection, interestingly enough a PERFECT first arc f...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The Court Revealed 0

    THE GOOD: Greg Capullo is an amazing artist and I think that him being on Batman was an amazing choice on DC's part. I really like the facial expressions. I also really like how he finds very creative way to look at things. He never does just a straight up shot, he likes to have fun with it. The story is amazing. We get to find out a whole bunch about the Court of Owls and the Wayne Family. Now, there are probably a lot of spoilers so I'll try to avoid them. We get to see who is basically behind...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Batman #10 0

    One word: wow. Coming into this i wss so excited for a huge showdown with the heads of the court, but i didnt know how it was going to go down. I read in an interview that there would he huge revelations and twists. I had to read it twice just to get all the amazement in. Scott Snyder has easily, brilliantly, and just so fricking amazingly made this story one to remember for all times. this is an epic we are witnessing but on to the reviewGood: I can never complain with Capullo's art, and like a...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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