Gotham Central #25

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Michael Lark Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 10, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
8.0Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

In the wake of the "War Games" crossover, members of the Gotham City police department look at Batman in a new light. When Commissioner Akins decides to remove the Bat Signal, he sets in motion events that severely alter Batman's relationship with Gotham Central!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 23, 2004

    I will say that Michael Lark's departure from this book, and his signing of a two-year exclusive contract with Marvel stands up as one of the most abrupt exits I've ever seen, as normally when an artist announces their departure they have a couple issues in the can, but the news that this was his last issue was only released a few days back. In any event I guess if there is one good thing about the abrupt departure of Michael Lark it's that at least the Band-Aid was ripped off quickly, so readers won't have his impending departure hanging over the book for the next few issues. Still, this doesn't make his departure any easier to accept, as his art is a huge part of this book's success. Under his art the cast of this book have always felt like ordinary people who were struggling to operate in an extraordinary world, and my fingers are crossed that whoever they bring in to replace him is able to bring this same feeling. If I had my say I'd push for Lee Weeks, but I suspect this decision Read Full Review

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