Batman #9

    Batman » Batman #9 - The Night of the Owls; The Fall of the House of Wayne, Part 1 of 3 released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    The Night of the Owls; The Fall of the House of Wayne, Part 1 of 3 last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/11/19 01:48AM View full history

    "NIGHT OF THE OWLS" continues here!

    Batman must stop the TALONS that have breached the Batcave in order to save an innocent life...and Gotham City!

    In the backup story, learn more about the PENNYWORTH family and the secrets they've kept from the Wayne family!


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    Vengeful Bats 0

    The Talons have breached the Batcave and The Dark Knight must find a way to stop them to save Gotham City.PlusBrilliant. This latest issue of Batman packs quite a punch and this will be something that you will be rereading multiple times. The artwork was nothing short of perfect. The layout was clean and was properly utilized to go hand in hand with the pace and mood of the story. Emotions are running high in this story and Snyder and Capulo were successful in putting it into their issue for rea...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Batman #9 0

    Batman #9The Talons have broken into Wayne Manor, and Batman isn’t playing nicely anymore.The Good:This issue has intense action right from the start! We pick up right where we left off with issue #8 and in full force. Bruce talks about the armored suit that was in the last issue, and we see some of the coolest gadgets and tricks of the Batcave. I won’t give anything away, but Batman goes to help with one of the assassination attempts and finds out some useful information that sets up a great, a...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Playing Rough 0

    THE GOOD: Greg Capullo continues to do an amazing job on art duties. I hope that he stays on the book for as long as possible. I really like the way the characters and how dark the background and city looks. The backup features art work is also stunning. Rafael Albuquerque is an amazing artist that has a different style but the same darkness to his work. The story is still the best there is. We get to see Bruce Wayne fight back the Court of Owls who have invaded his home. We also get to see him ...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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