Batwoman #12

    Batwoman » Batwoman #12 - World's Finest Part I: Blood Tides released by DC Comics on October 2012.

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    J.H. WILLIAMS III returns as artist on this new story!

    An adventure of epic proportions begins here, with BATWOMAN and the werebeast zealot, ABBOTT, hot on the trail of the urban legend BLOODY MARY. The trail leads to a twisted carnival and an abandoned HALL OF MIRRORS, where they face nightmarish versions of themselves…

    Batwoman seeks an unexpected ally: WONDER WOMAN!



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    THE GOODFinally, we exit that horrible, bloated first arc, and onto something new. While we are still dealing with the problems from the first arc, I'm glad that its leading up to something interesting.The story starts off on a good note, and persists throughout the issue. From the retelling of the Bloody Mary legend to Wonder Woman's epic battle, the story keeps a good brisk pace with something interesting to keep you hooked till the issue ends.While there was a slight overuse of full page spre...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Williams III is Back 0

    This series has been one of the big surprises for me in the New 52, when I started it having not read the Batwoman issues of Detective Comics (which I have since) I wasn't to sure what to expect. The only thing I did expect was great art from J.H. Williams III and I am glad he is back on pencils once more after his break to just write.We see Batwoman continue searching for the missing children, this issue taking her in a house of mirrors with Abbott (a werebeast) accompanying her. Here she finds...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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    THE GOOD: Finally, J.H. Williams III returns to Batwoman. Fans have been missing his work and we're all glad that he is back on Batwoman. The return of his splash pages are nothing short of amazing. The fact that he has a different feeling to him art when Wonder Woman is the main is a good thing. The details are endless as well. The story picks up where the last few issue left off, but that old format is gone and therefore, the series can be enjoyable again. The whole fight with Bloody Mary was ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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