Batwoman #7

    Batwoman » Batwoman #7 - To Drown the World, Part Two released by DC Comics on May 2012.

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    Six lives on converging courses that will change them forever...

    Batwoman, in a hidden lair beneath Gotham Harbor, faces a horde of monsters inspired by urban legends led by Falchion, an evil mastermind.

    Jacob Kane waits in agony for some sign of life.

    Kate Kane tries to enjoy new romance as the werebeast Abbot begs for her help.

    Maro, an enigmatic wizard, evokes an evil that all children fear: their own reflections in a darkened mirror.

    Detective Maggie Sawyer is caught in a turf war between The Werebeast Cult and The Medusa Syndicate.

    DEO Agent Cameron Chase struggles with a new operative who refuses to be controlled.

    It’s all coming in “To Drown the World,” part 2.



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    The Ephemeral Magic of Children's Dreams, and of Their Nightmares 0

    Sigh. Look, it's better than the Green Lantern banner because I get the point of this one. It's not hyping a movie that didn't need extra hype, and its for a good cause. But it doesn't change the fact that the "We Can Be Heroes" banner is a huge detriment to the covers its on. But, if it had to be on a Batwoman cover, this is the best one. The blue blends in well with the blue on the cover, rendering it almost invisible. I just... thank GOD it wasn't on the next cover, that would've been infuria...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    "I love all of my monsters." 0

    Synopsis: More and more of Medusa is revealed.Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams continue to play catch-up with both new and old readers, by going back and forth in time with a different character's perspective. I don't mind this format, but unlike the previous issue, the story picks up more. An old character from Kate's Elegy story returns, proving that a bigger and badder supernatural ring (Medusa) is taking over Gotham.What I like about this run in Batwoman is her take on the supernatural. It's...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    weeks go by... 0

    I wrote a review for Batgirl a few days ago explaining how it wasn't your average Bat family title, Batwoman is the same but written a lot better.There is some damn good character development and a lot of great action too. More happens within an issue than most story arcs.At the same time, there are glaring issues that might prevent Batwoman from getting the same attention as Scott Snyder's Batman. The first is the storytelling. While its very interesting and intricately woven together, it will ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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