Batman Eternal #5

    Batman Eternal » Batman Eternal #5 - Disinfect released by DC Comics on July 2014.

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    As the Dark Knight’s weekly series continues, Red Robin takes center stage in a major Gotham City mystery that has Harper and Cullen Row caught in the crosshairs!



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    Batman Eternal continues to forge ahead. The Jim Gordon story gets put on the back burner this issue in favor of some scenes with Tim investigating the children that were attacked by Professor Pyg in the first issue of the series. It's great to see Tim Drake integrated back into the Batman universe again. Since the start of The New 52, it's really felt like he's been segregated from the rest of the Bat family with only an occasional cross over. It was also cool to see some of the emotional fallo...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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    Potential Spoilers Ahead in Problems section.The BookThis may be the best Tim Drake has been written since The New 52 began. If it isn't, then it's the most memorable. This issue not only focuses on Tim Drake being a detective, but it also sheds light on how Batman is coping with the loss of "The Family" in the wake of Batman Inc, Forever Evil, and Death of the Family.The art is fantastic. While last issue seemed rushed, this issue felt the opposite. Like I said in my last review though this is ...

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    Yesterday's review: TMNT (may 13). The Eternal series continues! Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes, John Layman, Tim Seeley, and Andy Clarke join the dark knight on this adventure.The GoodIn this issue, strange things are happening to some of the children of Gotham City. With the recent events of Gordon being held for manslaughter and the Gang War between the Penguin and Carmine Falcone; another problem is rising in Gotham City. Showing us that Batman is losing slowly losing his grip on ...

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