With Batwing #33 comes the realization that this is the second to last issue of the series. Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti have done some awesome things, even with this issue of Batwing that makes you wish there was a little more time to show what else Batwing has to offer like the rest in the Bat Family. Not to mention what more there is to explore with the lives of Luke's family now that their picking up the pieces of a nightmarish tragedy. Obviously things are fragile between them and you want to go along with the ride as they come to terms with how things are now with Tammy and their bonds with each other. Read Full Review
Palmiotti and Gray's Batwing is a great book I'd urge everyone to read. Just not this issue. It seems like a tacked on story to fill the space until next months cancellation. Eduardo Pansica's art is really good as usual, but unless you are a huge Batwing fan, you can skip this issue. Read Full Review
The direction that the story went was not as strong as its beginning. Maybe after reading the next issue my opinion of it will be improved but as it stands I found it underwhelming and confusing. While strong, the opening seems like an origin for a different villain than the one we are presented with. Read Full Review
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