Gotham Central #7

Gotham Central #7

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Michael Lark Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 14, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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With her personal and professional life spiraling out of control, detective Renee Montoya teeters on the edge as she deals with a surprise visit from her brother and confronts her stalker. "Half a Life" Part 2!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 21, 2003

    I'm sure there will be fans who walk away from this issue far more engrossed in the material than myself, as Detective Renee Montoya is a relatively new character to me, and while the story has done a fantastic job of making the character into a real, flesh & blood creation, if the story ended with her locked away for murder, I don't suspect I'd be overly upset. Now I will say that this issue has done a wonderful job of examining the struggle that Renee's life has become now that her personal life has been put on display, and the book also does some nice work conveying a sense of realism, with the conversation she has with her brother being the highlight of the issue. The book also manages to step up the tension in the final pages, as Renee finally breaks under the pressure and lashes out at her primary tormentor, and the book ends with a murder where Renee is likely to be the primary & potentially only suspect. It certainly keeps one guessing, and I can't wait for the reveal issue, wh Read Full Review

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