Kill Game last edited by aphillips17 on 04/24/19 11:25PM View full history

Batman invades The Penguin's floating casino as Bruce Wayne to uncover a brutal string of slayings – but he finds the chips stacked against him! With the Iceberg's maiden voyage out of Gotham Harbor under way, the evening's festivities threaten to throw Batman off the killer's trail. And lurking among the rich and famous is a very ambitious outsider who'd like nothing more than to see Bruce Wayne lose everything, including his life. Murder, lies and betrayal are the name of this high-stakes game!

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RegRegular CoverTony S. Daniel1
RI1:25 Retailer Incentive CoverTony S. Daniel2
RIDigital Edition of the Retailer Incentive CoverTony S. Daniel3
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This issue continues the ongoing tale of both Batman and Charlotte coming together to investigate the criminal activity of the Penguin.  It is still hard to get behind this series as much as one should as this is absolutely one series will not let fail, and while there are signs of improvement here, the track record of the series thus far does not exactly bode well for the progress of this story arc.  Nonetheless what we get to see here is the series actually somewhat living up to its name as in...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Still Just Average 0

I kinda like this cover. The energy is really nice despite the lackluster design sense. The slightly off perspective adds a nice little touch to it as well. But it's far too inaccurate. The Penguin isn't at all the villain for this arc thus far, he simply facilitates gang money that the villain is trying to steal. If anything, Batman and Penguin should be allies in this story, but we don't even get THAT far yet.Most of this issue is a ton of detective work, and while that works for the title of ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

not enough 0

The letters "DC" stood for Detective Comics, The name of Batman's Flagship tittle. This tittle should be the one dc comics first priority it should be interesting and the one comic you can recommend anyone to read. they should focus more in the detective part of it issue #5 really didn't do much I guess Tony Daniel was trying to create a bridge from his story arc with the doll maker and an introduction to the penguin. but on Kill Game he tries to cover every loss angle but at the end I fell like...

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