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When Bruce Wayne’s life is saved by The Penguin, what surprises are in store for The Dark Knight?

And in the backup story, an intimate look at Gotham City’s most dangerous foes provides a hint of the maelstrom to come.

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Really really good artwork. 0

I'm not buying this series ongoing it was recommended to me and I decided to get issue 13-15 and the rest of the Death of the Family tie-ins. I haven't got issue 13 yet should do soon but I have issues 14 and 15. The real draw of this series is Fabok's art I've only seen it in previews but it is really good and I love it.PlotBruce Wayne is under attack from a member of the Ghost Dragons he nearly gets his head cut off but is saved by the Penguin. Bruce then has a conversation with Damian and tal...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Poisonous 0

Since Layman and Fabok took over as creative team for this title last issue it has been very good and the quality has stepped up dramatically. Nothing against Tony Daniel as he is a great artist and can be a great writer (Batman: Battle for the Cowl for instance), but he was doing a very poor job on this series which wasn't doing it any favours. Layman and Fabok have however been able to breath new life to this series and it's shaping up to be one of the best Batman series out the now (like it s...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Detective Comics #14 Review 0

While we've only had two issues of Layman's and Fabok's run, we're getting a really good grasp of what we can expect from this run: a really well drawn, fun comic book that takes a strong look at some classic members of Batman's rogues gallery.Issue #14 begins by resolving the cliffhanger of Issue #13 in an unexpected but delightful way. We get a pretty solid transition from Penguin and Ogilvy to Poison Ivy, whom is targeting ecological damaging businesses in Gotham. While Penguin and Poison Ivy...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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