DC Comics: Bombshells #17

DC Comics: Bombshells #17

Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Ming Doyle Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 11, 2015 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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8.0User Rating

The Batwoman joins the war effort with her high tech bats and baseball explosives, and gets a little help from a swing band and its lead guitarist-The Huntress!

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 16, 2015

    The good with this book continues to be the premise overall and Bennett's very fun and well nuanced writing that captures each of these characters with a distinct tone. This issue does some good stuff with bringing Helena into the picture and hopefully she's not just a one-off here. Similarly, I just love the whole vibe going on between Kate, Selina and Lex as it's just something kind of surreal. The downside with this issue, and I really hate to say it, is Doyle's art. I've enjoyed his work elsewhere but it feels very ill suited here. Particularly when you get certain shots of Helena that makes her look like a woman forty years or more older than she is. It just lacks the softer tones that has made it engaging before and the style of his characters faces simply doesn't work for me here. The overall layouts are good and I like the pacing of it all, but the character artwork just doesn't scream Bombshells to me. Read Full Review

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