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Blood drenches the back alleys of Gotham City in Part four of "Hydrology" – and Batwoman's life begins to burn!

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Poetry in Art 0

The Good: That cover.... my god. So surreal, so abstract, yet so accurate to the events. This is everything a cover should be and more. And the interior artwork! What can I say about J.H. Williams III that hasn't been said over and over and over? He puts such AMAZING detail into his work, and yet has an incredibly varied art style, and he uses this style to his advantage. And he manages to be better than just that! J.H. Williams III is the indisputable GOD of panel layouts. It's amazing how each...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Still Perfect 0

J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman have been doing a great job on Batwoman. So far the whole series is perfect. Does this creative team keep up in issue #4?  THE GOOD: Not surprisingly, the art is amazing. I really like the paneling in this series and the coloring. It gives the series something different and is the nicest looking book in the New 52. The story is amazing. I really like seeing Flamebird trying to fight that man and I really loved the character in a few seconds. I also really ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The flames of passion die and burns at the same time. 0

Synopsis: Flamebird returns to get a rude awaking. Meanwhile, Kate renews herself and ready herself to solve the Weeping Woman case.What's Good?I'm going to try something new and just talk about how J.H Williams tells Haden Blackman's story with this issue artistically.Like I wrote before, If you haven't noticed by now, besides Blackman's brilliant storytelling, it's Williams' artwork that steals the show, and with this issue, it's just breathtaking. Each page, each panel is just creative. There...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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