Detective Comics #36

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #36 - Terminal 2 released by DC Comics on January 2015.

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    In “Terminal” part 2, Batman’s efforts to stop a contagion at the Gotham Airport come crashing down!



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    Not a Batman Comic. 0

    I had such High hopes for this comic, I even gave the first issue of this arc a 4/5 , but this was completely different from that first issue.The first issue we had a big mystery, lots of batman and a fair amount of detective work, all with a pace that made the comic last a little while, this issue seemed to be over in a flash, as everything seemed to be rushed to get to the ending, with the lack of Batman and zero detective work whatsoever, this was a huge disappointment.The artwork remains the...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The Strain: Batman Edition 0

    I went into Terminal with extremely mixed opinions. Right off the bat, from the solicit I thought to myself "Wow. This sounds word for word the basic opening premise of The Strain." And that's 90% how it played out minus the vampires (obviously) and the longevity (again, obviously). On the other hand, coming off their highly overrated Flash run, I was really not feeling the Manapul/Buccellato 'Tec Comics opening arc, and I was looking forward to art from Milestone alum John Paul Leon. I want to ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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