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    Batman: Night of the Owls #1

    Batman: Night of the Owls » Batman: Night of the Owls #1 - Night of the Owls released by DC Comics on February 2013.

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    Night of the Owls last edited by SlamAdams on 11/06/22 10:25AM View full history

    In this new hardcover, evil spreads across Gotham City as Batman's allies, including Red Robin, Batwing, Robin, Batgirl, the Birds of Prey, Nightwing and even Catwoman find themselves in a battle coming from all sides. The Court of Owls makes its move against justice in this sprawling tale of corruption and violence. Collects BATMAN #8-9, BATMAN ANNUAL #1, DETECTIVE COMICS #9, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #9, BATWING #9, BATMAN AND ROBIN #9, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #9, BIRDS OF PREY #9, BATGIRL #9, NIGHTWING #8-9 and ALL-STAR WESTERN #9.

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    How to Lose Gotham (And Get it Back Again in a Couple of Hours) 0

    As the whole "Owls ruling Gotham" thing starts to wear thin, we are presented with one slam-bang night of bloody action as the almighty Owls let loose their centuries'-old Talons against all the powerful people of Gotham ... only to fall to the inevitable, more or less. Apparently, the Owls want to secretly rule a city that is populated mostly by the world's craziest psychopaths, corrupt politicians and police officers, and eliminating all the decent, hardworking policy and decision makers who b...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Night the owls prowl Gotham. 0

    Batman had been on the trail of an organization called the Court of Owls, whom claim to be the true underworld rulers of Gotham City. Originally he brushed them off as an old Gotham legend, part of a nursery rhyme he grew up hearing. Things somewhat changed when the Court sent one of their assassins called a Talon to kill Bruce Wayne. Batman wasn't totally convinced of their existence though, until they forced a full confrontation with him that almost cost him his life. Batman recovers from the ...

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    The Fall of Gotham City (and of the series too) 0

    This sequel of the first volume, The Court of Owls, shows us the One-Night-War" between the Court and the Bat-Family for Gotham City. Despite the previous good storyline, this decays in a dissapointing way. The Batman Issues are good, but all the other Bat-Family Issues are literally redundant (except Nightwing, maybe). Plus, the storyline is not complete in this collection, since the battle with the Court continues until the #11 issue.Personally, I prefer Reading the City of Owls volume, sinc...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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