Detective Comics #874

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #874 - Skeleton Cases, Part 3 released by DC Comics on April 1, 2011.

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    Gordon faces James Jr. in the conclusion of the 3-part SKELETON CASES arc. Meanwhile Batman - and guest star Red Robin - gets a little taste of a new menace for Gotham City while still dealing with the after effects of the Black Mirror arc!



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    What is the Skeleton in Commissioner Gordon's Closet? 0

    Commissioner Gordon's kid is back in town. Why is this bad news for Gordon?  The Good This issue literally had me on the edge of my seat. The return of James Gordon Jr. brings new light to Commissioner Gordon. We all know he's one of the best men in Gotham but what is this skeleton he's had in his closet all these years? What is the story about his son. The two have a simple conversation in a diner but the question keeps coming up, "What did you do?" I kept trying to look ahead to catch a glimps...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Detective Comics #874 0

    Jim and James have a long overdue talk and Dick and Tim team up to take down some smugglers.   The Good Love this Cover, it has that vintage Batman feel, very much reminds me of Morrison's Gothic run.   I'm overjoyed that Francesco Francavilla is doing art duties this issue. This guy's a one man art team and his pencils perfectly compliment Snyder's writing. The synergy between these two is electric. The chemistry between Snyder and JOCK was crazy enough, but to have that kind of dynamic with tw...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A Solid Issue 0

    Finally the Skeleton Cases arc is picking up the pace. The previous issues featured small parts of this story, but even if you did dot read them, you are good to go with this one. Well, it starts (or continues) with James Gordon Junior explaining his homecoming to his obvious irritated father while sitting at the diner. And this talk just feels awesome with James Junior joking about killing the waitress back in the men's room. Feels just like American Psycho since you are wondering about this be...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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