Batwoman #6

    Batwoman » Batwoman #6 - To Drown the World, Part One released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    Artist Amy Reeder and inker Richard Friend join the Batwoman team with this new arc, as the epic "To Drown the World" begins!

    Six lives, inextricably linked in the past and present, each on a collision course with the others: Batwoman, fighting for duty and vengeance against a threat of arcane power. Detective Maggie Sawyer, investigating a case that could end her career. DEO Agent Cameron Chase, commanding a vigilante she despises. Colonel Jacob Kane, clutching at a life that's slipping away. Maro, a new villain corrupting Gotham City. And Kate Kane, wrestling with decisions that will test her loyalties.



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    What Happened To The Story? 0

    I was curious to see how this months issue of Batwoman would fair without J.H. Williams III handling the artwork as well as the direction the series would be heading. Surprisingly my issues with this issue were pertaining to the story and not the art. I'm really not sure what the writers were hoping to achieve with this issue because by the time you're finished with it, you feel like you've gone nowhere. The issue opens up with Batwoman fighting a man with a hook arm that lasts for three pages. ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Amy Reeder Is J.H. Williams' Equal 0

    It had to happen eventually, but I'm still sad to see it finally happen; Batwoman has had an issue that wasn't utter perfection. Now I know there are people who were worried about the transition from the god J.H. Williams III to.... anyone else, but that is not the weak point in this issue by any means at all. Amy Reeder's artwork is just as much a visual delight as Williams' is. Maybe it's Williams writing, but the panel layouts manage to capture the same quality of artistic genius to the point...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Kate's New World. 0

    Synopsis: A recap of what's been going on in Kate's life.I don't exactly consider this issue a start of a new story arc per se. It serves more of a mix of both a catch up for new readers and a new direction for Batwoman, something not exactly seen in a Batman title. With Kate working with Chase and the D.E.O, her life gets turned upside down a bit. There's her cousin in the hospital in serious condition, her relationship with Maggie starting to become rocky, and now she's on a mission to get to ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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