Batwing #0

    Batwing » Batwing #0 - "They Will Pay for What They've Given Birth To" released by DC Comics on November 2012.

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    "They Will Pay for What They've Given Birth To" last edited by SaveMeAndy on 03/02/23 06:07PM View full history

    Batwing has been chosen as one of Batman’s main allies…but is he worthy?

    Guest-starring Batman!



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    We'll all miss you Judd 0

    You know, its been quite a while since I've written a review, but that's just the way things turned I guess.Judd ends his run on Batwing with a beginning, as corny as it sounds, and to his credit he does it well. This issue, while business as usual for Batwing, really just serves to show why Judd Winick's leaving the book is a huge loss on DC's part and I really do dread what will happen to Batwing with Judd no longer writing this book.But more on that later.In keeping with the theme of the 0 is...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Batwing: Year One 0

    Marcus To gives us one of those very standard Zero Issue covers that makes most of them blend into the woodwork. It takes the concept and really doesn't do anything with it. It's a cover that would be a little better if it wasn't competing with the rest of the Zero issues.This issue fills in the last major gaps we had in Batwing's origin story. Previously we saw where his raw talent and thirst for justice began, but we never got to see that transitional period. How did he go from 'angry former c...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    What Makes a Bat 0

    This has been a brilliant series and this is probably my favourite new character series in the New 52. I really like Marcus To's art although I have mentioned I liked Ben Oliver's art more. Judd Winick has also handled this character which was probably the best thing out of the original Batman Inc series whilst also making the character his own.This issue we see how Matu Ba and Rene Diallo came too raising David into the man he becomes.One year beforethe New 52 we see David as a police officer w...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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