Detective Comics #4

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #4 - The Main Event released by DC Comics on February 2012.

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    As Batman uncovers a deranged plot with far-reaching tentacles that touch some of the city's most elite citizens, he finds himself facing off against his newest and most fearsome foes: Dollmaker and his twisted family of killers!



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    The messenger has shown up 0

    This issue offers a satisfactory conclusion to the story arc involving the Dollmaker, but really only satisfactory.  The issues starts out with Batman caught on some high tensile wires which are being used to make him into a life sized marionette.  He fights back a little against those playing with him but when the chips are down, he is wrapped up in them beyond his control.  The outcome was just a little bit too convenient for me, not only this part but the part with Gordon as well.  The getawa...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Batman Beats All 0

    Tony Daniel is writing and draw the series DC was named after. He has been throwing out surprises. However, does he have an interesting story for this series?  THE GOOD: Tony Daniel's art is okay. I don't think it's the best but it's not the worst. I like the feeling of the book he adds to the book with his style. He also gives the book something because that he writes it and he can draw it the way he wanted it to look. I really like seeing Batman fighting all of the fake Jokers and I think the ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Average Comics 0

    The Good: This is around the worst I've ever seen Tony Daniel's art, personaly. This is in The Good because Tony Daniel's art is absolutely incredible. I'm just not a huge fan of the new direction he's taking with it. While the interrogation scene is really pointless, it's extremely well done. Batman is downright terrifying, even knowing he won't kill doesn't change that moment.The fight scenes in this issue are excellent as usual. I especially loved the bizarre movement quality the Joker puppet...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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