Batwing #1

    Batwing » Batwing #1 - The Cradle of Civilization released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Africa, a land of beauty – and of great horror. A land of creation and conflict. It is in desperate need of a defender, and from the ranks of Batman Incorporated comes a soldier to carry on the legacy of The Dark Knight in the most tumultuous region on Earth. Meet Batwing, the Batman of Africa!



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    Batwing flies high. 0

    So, there are a lot of "Bat" titles, that is a well known fact, but there is one or two titles that will most likely fly under a few people's radar, and Batwing is one of those titles.Let me tell you something, this is a title that deserves to be on everyone's radar. I had high hopes for this book, as I wanted to see something new and different succeed, but I had no idea I'd enjoy this book as much as I did.My relationship with Judd Winick has had it's ups and downs. I loved Under the Hood, but ...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Wait. Does He Have Retired Ultimate Nick Fury as His Alfred? 0

    Judd Winick and Ben Oliver get a gold star (or five) for their launch of the surprise Batwing series. DC's announcement that this new character would get his own series as part of the New 52 was met with a lot of skepticism, but Batwing wastes no time in proving that it deserves to exist.  Kind of erroneously referred to as the Batman of Africa, Batwing is actually the Batman of Tinasha, a city in the Congo. So it is more like he has a Batman in Africa, rather than trying to be one superhero rep...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Massacre will surely make a killing. 0

    Review for Batwing #1.  The Story: We learn about the Batman of a town in the Republic of Congo, we also learn about his day job and what help he has. And we meet his first member of his rogues gallery.  The Good: Before this book came out everybody was saying it was ridiculous that one dude will be protecting a whole continent and I will admit it was but here Winick doesn't do that. Instead he's protecting a made up city in the Congo and does some great world building with a murder mystery invl...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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