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Greg Rucka returns to write the adventures of Renee Montoya – the character he helped transform into The Question – as a gun-running scheme threatens Gotham City in stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #854-863. Features the art of Cully Hamner (RED)!

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Pipeline Of Crime 0

From the pages of Detective Comics, this trade is comprised of the back-up stories told in that series involving Renee Montoya; The Question. Greg Rucka was known for his work with the character of Renee Montoya during not only the DC event 52, but The Question: The Five Books Of Blood as well as Final Crisis: Revelations. Even with those prominent appearances, I sort of feel as if Rucka's work on the transformation of Renee Montoya to The Question has sort of went under-appreciated. Her storyli...

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Whenever you need help, call on The Question 0

 Since the death of Vic Sage, the original Question in 52, Renee Montoya has taken up the mantle of The Question. While Renee received some recognition as a support character while she was a cop for Gotham, it felt like her efforts as the Question didn't really receive a lot of attention. Sure, she showed up in Final Crisis, got herself her own Blackest Night issue, but that's not what I mean. Greg Rucka is an amazing writer who took on the role of writing some interesting stories that were gr...

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