This series has a lot of potential given the creative team, but has struggled from the getgo. In this issue, though, Paul Dini seems to be getting back to his style of characterfirst storytelling and it certainly helps, as does the fact that Guillem March is moving away from the stiff, cheesecake style art that he first displayed when working with DC and beginning to find a style that is much more suited to his talents. Read Full Review
I really think this is one of the more fun comics out there, and it's especially nice to have a break from the downtrodden "Bruce is dead" story lines running in almost every other Batman comic right now. And come on, the Sirens could totally take on Marvel's Divas any day of the week, day or night, all hands tied behind their backs. It seems the comic is finally settling into a comfortable groove. Let's hope Dini can keep the groove going! Read Full Review
A lack of laughs in a story played for them, and a revelation that doesn't work unless you happen to have a steel-trap memory of the last forty-plus years of Bat-history makes this issue worth skipping. Hopefully, the usually solid team of Dini and March can come though next month. Read Full Review
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