Detective Comics #936

    Detective Comics » Detective Comics #936 - Rise of the Batmen Part Three: Army of Shadows released by DC Comics on September 2016.

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    Rise of the Batmen Part Three: Army of Shadows last edited by thebeegle88 on 08/22/22 08:16AM View full history

    “RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Three: In issue #936, Batman is M.I.A., and it’s time for Batwoman to take the reins! But can she control a strike force that’s barely worked together…including unstable wildcard Clayface?

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    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverAlvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez & Tomeu Morey1
    VarVariant CoverRafael Albuquerque2


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    Three-for-three! 0

    James Tynion IV continues to knock it out of the park with his run on Detective Comics.As a team-based book, the absolute most important thing is getting the characters right, and here they continue to be written in a way that proves Tynion understands them all very well. From Kate's reconnection with Renee Montoya, to Kate and Tim slowly building a professional rapport with each other, to the amusing reactions Spoiler and Clayface have to seeing Batman getting beaten up, to Cass's quiet moments...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Batman Is All 0

    Rise of the Batmen Chapter Three “Army of Shadows” – Written by James Tynion IV, Pencils and Letters by Alvaro Martinez, Inks by Raul Fernandez, Colors by Marilyn PatrizioChange in the art department can be jarring for readers. You get used to one style and suddenly It’s different, it’s one of my main anxieties regarding next week’s Green Arrow. That isn’t the case in Detective Comics now with the art team of Alvaro Martinez on pencils/letters, Raul Fer...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Battle of Batmen 0

    When I first heard about Rebirth I was hesitant; worried it would be just like the new 52 but luckily it seems there hasn't been any drastic changes and DC has returned a lot of its greatest characters to normal. With that in mind, seeing Batman Detective Comics featuring Batwoman, one of my favorite vigilantes of Gotham caught my eye and soon the comic drew me in. This comic brings a brand new experience to Batman, Batwoman or just DC fans in general and I would recommend it for anyone. The st...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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