Batman and Robin #23.2

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #23.2 - Exquisite Dread released by DC Comics on November 2013.

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    The Court of Owls takes stock of the new world order created in the wake of Forever Evil! What horrors will they unleash in order to maintain control!

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    Survival 0

    This was an issue that I wasn't sure whether I was going to get or not, as I've never really been a fan of the Court of Owls. I have however been interested in the Talon series and plan on getting the first volume so thought I'd get into the mood with this.PlotAs Gotham City falls apart without the presence of Batman the Court of Owls make their preparations for surviving this predicament, and how to rebuild if necessary, as they have always done in the past.ReviewThis was overall a decent issu...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    The Owls aren't finished yet 0

    This review will contain spoiler so if you plan on reading this one then don't read the review first. I'm checking out all the villain month issues to give the new reader perspective. I didn't read the original Court of Owls story or any of Talon so I'm going in pretty blind. The Good:I really like the art on this one, it's very dark and grainy looking but in a good way. I think it helps the issue stick out and creates a nice sense of style. The issue does a good job of showing off just how the...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    History of the Court 0

    The Court of Owls get the 'Villain's Month' treatment this week, and basically this issue, written by present Talon writer, James Tynion IV, is an overview of the history of Scott Snyder's and Greg Capullo's creation, The Court of Owls.Establishing HistoryIn recent years, several comic book publishers have introduced characters without going too much into their history and origins, apart from the odd filler issue or editorial note. One thing I have really come to appreciate from DC is the effort...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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