Batman #77

Writer: Tom King Artist: Tony Daniel Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 21, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 26 User Reviews: 80
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"City of Bane" continues! The last of the independent villains are on the run, leaving Gotham City entirely to Bane and his cronies-including Flashpoint Batman and Gotham Girl! Though this means a semblance of peace on the streets, the iron grip of tyranny is squeezing all life out of Gotham. And with Bane's machinations keeping other heroes out, the city really needs the Batman to return. Is Bruce Wayne ready to face his toughest foes yet...his father and the man who broke his back?

  • 10
    AIPT - Vishal Gullapalli Aug 21, 2019

    As usual, King has written an issue that tells its own complete story within the larger narrative of the arc. The issue is an excellent character piece on Damian, Bruce, and Selina as King is putting out some of the best work of his career on this title. Daniel and Janin along with their inkers and colorists are stellar artists on this issue, bringing King's story to life in an incredible way. It's a satisfying complete product, and a meaningful step forward for the story as it heads towards its climax. Read Full Review

  • 9.8
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Aug 21, 2019

    Mikel Janin and Tony S Daniel's art perfectly complement this story and both styles merge perfectly with the parts of the story they are telling visually. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Forces Of Geek - Lenny Schwartz Aug 21, 2019

    By the end of the issue, it seems like Bruce is finally ready to fight back. It's about time and it's a pretty intense moment. He looks to have Catwoman on his side. This ended up being another strong chapter in the “City of Bane” storyline. The story is good and the art is tops. Let's see where it goes from here, but I'm loving it thus far. Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Aug 21, 2019

    While the Bat's away, the villains will play. Being plunged deep into a Gotham City that's governed by Bane, and his enforcer, Flashpoint Batman, leaves readers eager for the Dark Knight's inevitable rise. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Sequential Planet - Steven Martinez Aug 24, 2019

    Batman (2016-) #77 tells two tales, with fantastic art, before culminating in a tense ending that will have people talking. A must read for fans of the series, and Batman in general. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - Nicola Austin Aug 20, 2019

    Batman #77 is a completely gripping entry into the ‘City of Bane' narrative which fans have long been waiting for, and it definitely pays off! I honestly can't wait to see the return of the Bat and the Cat and the long-awaited showdown between Bane and Flashpoint Batman – this is now personal… Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Aug 21, 2019

    It's going to be another big controversy for DC and the Bat books, but at least it will generate all kinds of buzz and likely sell a slew of copies. As for grading this one? It's hard because so much will depend on the next issue and possibly the one after that to see how King follows it up. That's going to be key here. Based solely on this issue, King demands readers pick up issue #78 to see how The City of Bane's next chapter plays out. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bookcase - Alex Batts Aug 21, 2019

    Batman #77 puts the spotlight on Damian in a stellar issue that pushes ahead with the high stakes promises made from the start of City of Bane. The art team continues to triumph, and King continues to deliver on both action and emotion. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Multiversity Comics - Gustavo S Lodi Aug 22, 2019

    Expertly crafted, beautifully drawn, and constructed with a clear pacing in mind, "Batman" #77 is a highlight of King's run. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Keith Reid-Cleveland Aug 21, 2019

    If any of these King stories get adapted, I'm going to be bracing myself to see if they stick to this path. Because a mainstream audience won't be anymore ready than the comic book one is now. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Aug 21, 2019

    Tom King is one of the biggest puzzles in comics, as his comics are often equal parts the most impressive and the most frustrating on the stands. That's the case with Batman #77, which begins with some of the best writing of King's run and ends with a gut-punch of a twist that has the potential to destroy the character's status quo if not reversed. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - David DeCorte Aug 21, 2019

    Writer Tom King promised the climax of his monumental story would change Batman "for a generation," or more. The last few pages of BATMAN #77 might just achieve that on its own. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Aug 21, 2019

    "City of Bane" finally builds steam in Batman #77, thanks to the assistance of Batman's bratty son Damian. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Paul Shanly Aug 21, 2019

    This issue is either a landmark moment in the Batman mythos or a dramatic fake-out. I think Im good with either way the story wants to go, providing that the story makes meaningful use of Alfred's situation. Im looking forward to the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Aug 22, 2019

    Batman #77 is an issue that will be remembered by fans for a long time. Tom King delivered one impactful moment after another. By the time you get to the big game changer of the issue it truly felt like nothing in the Batman franchise will ever be the same again. This is definitely an issue that all Batman fans should experience reading along with the rest of the "City of Bane" storyline. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Charlie Ashby Aug 21, 2019

    Batman #77 is a shot of Venom to the arm for the main Bat-Title, providing us with a fast-paced and engaging story that delivers one of the best Damian Wayne moments in DC Canon. The only major let-down is a story development towards the end of the book which doesn't quite land the way it should. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Nicole Drum Aug 21, 2019

    Everything changes in this issue and, even with a shocking semi-cliffhanger, it feels like the story is truly coming together"even if it's in the darkest possible way. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Impulse Gamer - Matt Fischer Aug 25, 2019

    8 issues (kind of) left to go in Tom Kings run and we are ramping up. These two week breaks are killing me like never before. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Aug 28, 2019

    During the series of events the comic offers us glimpses of Bruce and Selina who appear finally ready to return to Gotham and take on Bane. They still have time to save Damian, but not poor Alfred (whose tasteless death is celebrated a bit too much in full-page glory). Despite its questionable elements, still worth a look. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Aug 24, 2019

    The stakes get more serious and the tension builds as Robin takes on the City of Bane, with disastrous results! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Aug 21, 2019

    With that bit of narrative flashiness out of the way, Batman #77 is a solid but flawed installment of the "City of Bane" arc " three issues in, one can feel the decompression dragging a bit, but there's still enough sparks from both the writer and his dual art teams that we may still want to see this storyline through to the bitter end. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    On Comics Ground - Timothy Quail Aug 22, 2019

    The City of Bane continues to be an intriguing arc for Batman. The actual "City of Bane" part of the book is cool and fun. However, the other half of the book about Bruce Wayne sitting around hoping to get back to Gotham doesn't match the excitement the arc needs. Hopefully the momentum in the second plot will eventually build up enough steam to make it all come together. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Dark Knight News - Eric Lee Aug 23, 2019

    Batman #77's main storyline is a welcome breath of fresh air to "City of Bane"s slow plotting. However, the issue's enjoyment is dragged down by a laborious secondary plot. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Dan Mayhoff Aug 21, 2019

    The latest issue of Batman gives us some amazing art and a fairly entertaining story that progressed our storyline. However, it also gives us yet another major even that I'm sure comic fans will be arguing about for a while. I don't think this will change anybody's mind about this run though. I think that fans of Tom King will praise this issue and I think his critics will denounce it. The reality falls somewhere in the middle. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Pierce Lydon Aug 23, 2019

    This is strange issue because it feels technically proficient but tonally transient " an odd mix for a writer as intentional as King. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Batman-News - Joshua McDonald Aug 21, 2019

    What can I say? If you've been a fan of King's run, then you'll probably love this issue. If you're like me and haven't enjoyed his run because of his inability to properly write characters, his insistence of inserting himself into characters, and the walking depression that is his "Bruce Wayne/ Batman," then you'll dislike this issue. Yes, it has its moments and the art, as well as Damian, is great here, but that's about all I can say to support Batman #77. The "twist" at the end will definitely divide readers, and I'm willing to bet that many people will not be happy. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Another Nerd Aug 21, 2019

    Holy frick.....

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    Batman Jones Aug 20, 2019

    Holy ****.

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  • 9.5
    Ken b Aug 25, 2019

    After reading this maybe they should have waited to give him the boot...

  • 9.0

    Well, I didn't expect that... one of my favourite characters :[

    City of Bane raises the stakes a lot with each issue.

  • 9.0
    Linkush Aug 21, 2019

    Well, this is going to be divisive.

    Let me start by saying that the art is just brilliant, seriously, it's so damn good!
    Anyways, this issue is divided into two parts. Most of the issue is Damian fighting his way to Thomas so he could take him down and the rest is Bruce and Selina talking to each other, trying to figure out what to do next. The issue ends with one of the most important, if not the most important thing that happened in the series so far, the death of Alfred (or maybe it's Clayface?) which raises the stakes of the story to a new height. Now I just want more, can't wait for the next issue.

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  • 8.5
    Super-Adaptoid Aug 21, 2019

    Full disclosure: I quit reading this current volume of Batman around issue 58 or so. I’m not a Tom King lover or hater. The only reason I dropped the book was because it wasn’t grabbing my attention anymore and because I ain’t rich, I have to be choosy about where my comic budget goes.

    Bought this issue because of, you know...the spoiler. Not for resale value but because I was curious. My thoughts:

    It was pretty good! Even though I haven’t been reading the storyline, I have been reading reviews on the past I did have an idea about what was going on. The art was great...loved that. Loved the battle between the little twerp and grandpa. Liked the story enough that I might have to go back and buy the e more

  • 8.5
    LunaMoody Aug 21, 2019

    It's probably all a trick. Bane or Thomas probably had Psycho Pirate make Damien think he saw that. I don't think Bane has the balls to challenge Batman in that way. He had the chance to kill his sons and didn't do it. One thing I've loved about this story line of the City of Bane is the fact the Bane barely stars in it. Not that I'm complaining about that. I find the character weak and pathetic , so a story based around him that he ends up barely in makes for the best Bane story ever in my book. lol

    I'm confused about one thing. Didn't King say that Batman had already hit his lowest point and that starting with issue 75 he was supposed to start he's climb out of that? So killing off Alfred ( if he is in fact dead ) is wha more

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  • 8.5
    Anotherfan Aug 21, 2019

    So how is Tom " Worst writer of the year" King's book doing today ?

    As for me, pretty good. We get great issue, focused on my favourite Robin, little Damian Wayne. We see how he tries to free Alfred from Bane by deafeting Gotham Girl and Batman. That was intense and cool, the dialogues between Thomas and Damian were fun and the resolution of the first battle was on point.
    We also get a focus on Bruce and Selina and it was a little weak. I get that Bruce think that it is suicide to face Bane but he seems a little too down.
    The issue end on a big twist but I don't buy it for the moment even if that was fucking brutal.
    As always haters gonna hate and fans gonna love. And it is not interesting for one of the two grou more

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  • 8.5
    Tony Aug 21, 2019

    The art as always is simply amazing 10/10 Janín and Daniel at their best.
    Colors are pretty good especially those used in the story of Damian and BatThomas.
    I expected a little more from the Bat - Cat meeting but in general I think it's fine and well ... you know ... nobody saw that coming.

  • 7.5
    BirdmanG07 Aug 21, 2019

    People giving this a 1 are those who are in the “I hate this run camp.” It’s ok not to like the book but to rate it a 1 is just petty. Your saying that it is literally the worst thing ever written, it’s not.

    It’s also not a 10 because OMG shocking event happened!!!

    Everything that happened with Damien made sense. No one ever helps other cities when dire things are going on and King, whether you like his reasoning or not, did give us a reason as to why there isn’t any outside help coming in. It did seem a little rushed to me, the last page was kind of forced/random. Dialogue between Damien and “grandpa” was entertaining.

    Possibly a must buy for collectors because of the potential event in t more

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  • 7.0
    allenquanobi Aug 21, 2019

    Actually wanted to test to see if I rated a 1 would I get an automatic like from Darkseid24 and the other ppl who auto rate Tom king Batman 3 or lower. Jokes aside, the reality is the run is fine, it's nothing special or amazing, but since Batman is so huge and ppl have put some of their personality in it, ppl tend to act irrationally. This issue is better than the last since something actually happened, however, the spoiler twist that I won't talk about feels a little sudden considering Thomas had no animosity towards this character, earlier they were talking cordially. If it's permanent then it'll definitely be divisive, but a 1? No, it's like a review above states, just somewhere in the middle, which is what this whole run feels like. more

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  • 6.5
    M1sf1r3 Aug 23, 2019

    Well.... this is going be a divisive issue and whilst my points and score may not match up, it is what I believe the issue deserves.

    No more delaying let's get into it

    The Good:

    The art. God, this is both Tony Daniel and Mikel Janin at their A-game. If only they were given a better story.

    Interactions between Damian and most other people. Lacks a bit with Gotham Girl but otherwise good showing of Damian and his thoughts on Thomas, Bane and Alfred.

    The Bad:

    Your typical King-isms we've learnt to expect from this run. Gotham Girl is still questionable and repeats to herself. Where did Damian learn magic? Not important apparently. Gotham in danger? Time for some shopping! more

  • 5.5
    Soul Assassin Sep 3, 2019

    King continuing to nosedive. Daniel’s art being the saving grace even tho they cut most of it for M.J.’s vastly lesser pencils

  • 5.5
    Superheroes for Hire Aug 22, 2019

    Double the artists, minus a point on art. Minus another point for Bruce and Selina sitting in a cafe in Paris like the end of Dark Knight Rises. Minus a half point for Bruce looking up in that scene and saying sincerely "It will be... A good death." Minus another point for this stupid, contrived story where timing irrelevant. Catwoman takes Batman to Paris all while the U.S. government watches Gotham fall and Batman sleeps??? And just as Batman wakes and has coffee, Damian dares enter Gotham??? And then Tom King writes a scene where Bruce's alternate timeline father (still never explained why he's a villain now) watches bane "murder" Alfred Pennyworth??? Actually minus two points for that garbage. Plus 4 points for good quality art. Plus on more

  • 5.0
    egonnn244 Aug 25, 2019

    "Put your hands above your head... and die"

    Damian really is his father's son. Just like his dad he loves to sucker punch people in the face. Mikel Janin became a master in drawing those punch-panels. But let's get down to business.

    The issue has some redeeming qualities, but overall it gets a resounding "MEH".

    The art is great. Both Janin and Daniel are at the height of their powers. Ok, Janin might be a step or two higher.
    The idea of villains being reeducated and serving as "peacekeepers" in Gotham still seems to me as an awesome idea. The scene with the dog leash was just so dark and twisted.
    And I liked the portrayal of Damian. His apparent disregard for Alfred's wellbeing aside, I think he w more

  • 4.5
    Amazing Psycamorean Aug 21, 2019

    Meh. It probably says a lot about this run that when something as big as this happens, I don't care. I don't get excited at the possibilities. I don't get sad because something bad happened. I don't even give it more than the half a second it took to read. I just move on, unchanged. The dialogue in this issue is the worst when it's Bruce and Selina. They don't talk like people do. And that wouldn't necessarily be a problem in certain stories, but in this one where we're supposed to connect with this *very human* relationship, it's bad. I thought this issue had a nice set up, at least. I can buy the idea that Damian would go into Gotham against better judgment. I mean, Damian's always been a shithead. It's just not well executed. It doesn't more

  • 4.0
    Spacey Medicine Sep 3, 2019

    I wish I felt worse.

  • 4.0
    RBL Aug 21, 2019

    I love Tony Daniel’s art and Damian’s greatly portrayed, that said, City of Bane is just “Knightfall 2.0”. A lesser “Knightfall” at that, doubt the “twist” will stick but for a climactic arc this is underwhelming so far.

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  • 3.5
    Talon1load Aug 24, 2019

    The art is fantastic. I don't deny that. King has always had really good writers. I'm convinced that half the reason he's been as successful as he has been. It certainly can't be for his writing skills because the man has none. Let's see, some quick "highlights" Gotham Girl has become an overpowered Harley because that's exactly how she sounds. Annoying as shit. How has she not died from her powers yet? Or is that another plot point that King has forgotten. When are she and Duke supposed to fall in love? Does King remember who Duke is? Damian suddenly knows how to use magic because...reasons that will never be explained. The 13 year old Robin also easily took out the one person who was supposed to be preventing every other hero i more

  • 3.5
    Nihilist Aug 21, 2019

    King continues to overexpose filler, while forgetting to give important scenes enough attention. I can't ditch the impression if feels like an elseworld story, which is not restricted by stiff continuity rules. What other explanation for absence of, let's say, Superman taking over, or Suicide Squad infiltrating the city, is there? And I get it - story doesn't always have to follow and consider everything, but I would at least expect some semi comptent explenations of what, how and why.

    And speaking of elseworld tales, that's not the first time Alfred died - remember The Dark Knight Returns or Batman White Knight? In the first, he dies with the Wayne manor. In the latter, he sacrifices himself to save Bruce's life, also setting hi more

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  • 3.0
    SONOFBATMANN Aug 21, 2019

    Just more of the same shit.

    Everyone sounds like a robot. Batman and Catwoman's dialogue is absolutely laughable to the point that I question whether Tom King knows what he's doing. But then I remember that if you go back to all his other books; the dialogue is exactly the same! Tom King is a legit hack who tries to be profound but just comes across as the storytelling equivalent of something I could have written in elementary school.

    Damian sucks. Thomas Wayne sucks. The Alfred scene is just a gotcha moment that will be explained in the coming issues. There's no way that DC is going to let King kill Alfred after the one-two punch that was HIC + The Wedding.

    The art is the only redeeming quality about this b more

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  • 2.5
    Quinn Aug 21, 2019

    Let me catch you up. Damian ignores dire warnings and gets his ass handed to him by Old Batman. Bane Kills Alfred as a warning to all other Bat family members. They have Damian and they'll do the same to him if they come to Gotham. I really hope they storm Gotham and Damian gets his head crushed.

    Meanwhile, in Paris, Selina is with Bruce. Bruce says he's going back to Gotham to die a good death like Mom and Dad. Selina says not without me. Gotham's my city too. She says "You don't see me".

    Now you're caught up.

    What I liked. The art was good. Kudos. What I didn't like. The decompression. It took me two paragraphs to describe this story. I guess we're supposed to get a sense of like father, like son. The Wayn more

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  • 2.0
    MKW69 Aug 21, 2019

    Alfred is frigged. Also Waynes are pathology.

  • 1.5
    SnakeWilson Aug 21, 2019

    So like, i guess that damian can just use magic now? i think there should be a rule like "do not ever make one of the bat family members use magic", but whatever. establishing the massive treat gotham girl is was a big waste of time, cool.
    all the dialogue between Bruce and Selina was trash, like, really forced really unnatural. It almost felt like King is just coping Dark knight rises in a way(also, if bruce is going to accept help why he can't just call the justice league or something?)
    I know damian is arrogant but c'mon. Also, ah, spoilers i guess, alfred dies? who cares? Or this is going to be a dream or the rumors are true and DC is going to reboot next year
    And, when we're going to get a explanation about how city of b more

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  • 1.0
    LILIANREVO Sep 22, 2019

    I like Alfred, I mean it.
    But this issue made me laugh and I just cannot believe this is not a pirate batman issue.
    RIP Alfred.

  • 1.0
    Death's Head Aug 22, 2019

    Lowest possible grade. Just... Just terrible.

  • 1.0
    KFuqua Aug 21, 2019

    I don't think I will ever understand why DC is letting Tom King write this book.

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  • 1.0
    Darkseid24 Aug 21, 2019

    Short review: TRASH, TRASH, TRASH. A SHAME for the great art being wasted.

    Long review:

    This story gets worse& worse. King really wants to make us believe, that Bruce would go shopping with Catwoman in Paris, while his city& family are in great danger? Wounded or not, I can’t see Bruce not trying to make contact with the batfamily or with the JL& waste precious time like this.

    I would like the scene with Damien telling Thomas, that he isn’t his real grandfather, if it was logical. While it was stated, that some New52/Rebirth characters remember Pre52 I‘m asking myself from where do they know, that Martha became Joker in Flashpoint? That was stated nowhere.

    I also would like Damien more, i more

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  • 1.0
    myconius Aug 21, 2019

    just call this arc- 'Knightfall for Dummies'

    more ridiculous, random, nonsensical gibberish.

    -more Bruce acting like a pathetic boob.
    -more comical punches to the face.
    -more regurgitation lines from Frank Miller out of context.
    -more pathetic edge lord cheap shocks.

    unadulterated TRASH!

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  • 1.0
    Big Brother Aug 21, 2019

    Is the dialogue always this bad?

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  • 1.0
    Knight of the Absurd Aug 20, 2019

    Alfred - alongside Gordon & Joker - is the only essential character of every portrayal of Batman's mythos.
    Killing him in such an anti-climatic fashion, without previous "character work" or diegetic-dialogical preparation, doesn't represent a brilliant estrangement, or some sort of Freudian
    "unheimliche": it simply attempts to delegitimize the narrative foundations of this - Batman's - literary micro-cosm.

  • 1.0
    ryaleus Aug 20, 2019

    King's disasterous run continues to be disasterous.

    Bane killing Alfred throws all his set up from the window.It doesn't even make sense

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