My Brother's Keeper; The Fall of the House of Wayne, Conclusion last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/11/19 02:22AM View full history

The stunning conclusion to “THE COURT OF OWLS” epic!

All is revealed in “THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF WAYNE.”

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Not that strong a finish for a very strong story 0

WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW!As much as I hate to say this, this ending fell kind of flat in my opinion. As others have stated, the fight was corny and stupidly out of the realm of possibility. That turbine would have sucked Bruce and Lincoln into as soon as they got remotely close, and having Lincoln flying around the skyline giving Bruce a good talking to was ridiculous. Worse yet was the actual diatribe--it was way too much. Lincoln telling his story the way he did was totally cliched and, f...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Exit Wounds 0

The Story So FarIssue #11 brings us to the conclusion of this whole Court of Owls/ Thomas Wayne Jr. story arc. It picks up right where the last issue left off. Batman fighting his so called brother T Wayne Jr. We get a pretty over the top battle during which we hear T Wayne's big villain speech. Batman emerges the victor and it leaves Thomas Jr.'s fate open for future villainy. The story wraps up with Bruce giving Dick the facts that he has about his so called brother.HitThis ends the Owls arc v...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Batman #11 0

Here it is. the finale all Bat-fans were waiting for. the fight between owl and bat hits a pivotal point while questions loom around on the true identity of Lincoln March, but on to the reviewTHE GOODWe see the fight between the supposed brothers, and Lincoln or Thomas is in complete dominance. He literally throws Batman all around the city while explaining how he only saw the city's reflection and how he knew that Martha Wayne was his mother. He talks about he Court literallly whispering to him...

6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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