Detective Comics #875

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #875 - Lost Boys released by DC Comics on May 1, 2011.

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    "There are some cases that come screaming back at phone calls in the night..."

    For years, Jim Gordon has been haunted by the unsolved case of Gotham's notorious

    "Peter Pan Killer." Now, armed with new evidence, Gordon is determined to put the case to rest.

    But as he digs deeper, he'll unearth a shocking discovery about his own past – a revelation that will shake him to the core. Skeletons will be exposed and secrets revealed in this special issue featuring art by Francesco Francavilla!



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    Sooooo Good! 0

    I've said it before and I will continue to say it.Detective Comics has become my favoriteBatman title. Sure I enjoy the humorous interaction between Batman (Dick) and Robin (Damian) in their joint title. Grant Morrisoncontinues to wow us with his Silver Age updates in Batman, Incorporated. It's been Scott Snyder's take on Dick as Batman (along with Francesco Francavilla and Jock on art) that has had me full of suspense each issue.  If you've been reading Detective Comics, you know that James Gor...

    13 out of 14 found this review helpful.

    Commissioner Gordon Can Definitely Be A Star 0

    Lost Days is another issue of Detective Comics where Scott Snyder proves he is the best Batman writer around, and he does it this time with Batman barely appearing. This is Commissioner Gordon's story, and it is every bit as compelling as any caped crusader's.  Grant Morrison gets a lot of the attention for bring bringing back characters and stories that have been lost to limbo, but Snyder really steals that show with his reintroduction of the long lost James Gordon Jr. This issue does an excell...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Gordon takes on the Peter Pan Killer 0

    Commissioner Gordon finds himself trailing an old lead when his son James Jr. comes to town claiming to have been rehabilitated. Flashbacks to the night when everyone lost faith in James Jr.'s innocence seem to have something to do with a man who runs a cleaning company in Gotham. As the snow falls down on the city, Gordon follows the footprints of the company's owner, and learns shocking things about his own past and judgements.Written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Francesco Francavilla, this is...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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