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Horror! Batwoman faces the terrifying villain stalking Gotham City's children. Can she defeat the gruesome monster in time to save the city's most innocent victims? Intrigue! Kate Kane unearths a ghost she has tried hard to bury, even as the D.E.O. closes in on Batwoman. Can Kate outrun her past and Cameron Chase? Romance! Kate's relationship with Detective Maggie Sawyer continues to evolve. But will Kate's nocturnal activities cause a rift between the two?

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Alone In Sorrow 0

The Story: Batwoman survives a confrontation with the Weeping Woman and then Cameron Chase. My Thoughts:This issue is entitled Gaining Stream which I find very fitting on a couple of levels. Obviously it applies to the actual story but it also can be applied to this series in general. This series has been like a gaining stream that continues to flow naturally and gain momentum with each issue. The drama and excitement continue as Batwoman narrowly escapes the Weeping Woman only to be instantly m...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Batwoman Still Breathtaking 0

Batwoman has been perfect for two issues now, eventually it's got to end this stream. How does it do in the third issue?  THE GOOD: The art is still amazing. I didn't think it was going to change because J.H. Williams III is just an amazing artist. The story is also still as great as it has been in the past two issues. Batwoman is looking for the weeping woman while she is being looked for by the D.E.O. I really love Kate Kane and her struggle with being Batwoman and keeping her promises to her ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

"If you're going through hell, keep going..." 0

Synopsis: The encounter with The Weeping Woman takes a toll on Kate. What's Good? You know, despite reading Batwoman Elegy a while back, I don't think I've ever seen Kate disturbed since it revealed what happened to her as a kid. If there's one thing this issue of Batwoman has proved to me that overall, Kate is still human. Haden Blackman finally has the time to let Kate let her emotions come out showing a side of Kate that feels the weight of being Batwoman. Seeing her emotions go wild after he...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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