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Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman Summary
A very good opening collection that is welcoming to new readers and engaging enough for regular ones. Great character development, a decent enough plot line and a few scenes from other characters from Gotham should keep most readers entertained from start to finish. Although the artwork is lacking in this volume it is still serviceable and doesnâ more

Nightwing Vol. 1: Better Than Batman

By: Tim Seeley, Yanick Paquette

Dick Grayson is back in Gotham City, fighting to reclaim the life that was taken from him! But when a new evil threatens those closest to him, he must once again tear himself away from his home in order to combat this dark force as Nightwing! Collects NIGHTWING: REBIRTH #1 and NIGHTWING #1-4, 7 and 8.

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Gotham Archives reviewed Detective Comics #850 Aug 27, 2017

An excellent issue and a great end to Heart of Hush. Hush Returns 850

Detective Comics #850

By: Paul Dini, Dustin Nguyen
Released: Nov 12, 2008

The finale of "Heart of Hush" by writer Paul Dini and artist Dustin Nguyen! Catwoman lies dying, and Batman must face his enemy as well as his emotions to save her life! But can the Dark Knight truly admit his feelings before it's too late?

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Gotham Archives reviewed Batman #609 Aug 26, 2017

The start of something brilliant Read it all here

Batman #609

By: Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee
Released: Nov 27, 2002

Hush Chapter Two: The Friend
Lying near death, Batman must turn to the least likely person from the Bat family for help: the Huntress! Meanwhile, Catwoman continues to hunt down the mysterious individual responsible for wreaking havoc in their lives -- a path that leads her back to Poison Ivy.

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I thought it was absolutely fantastic. Find out why here in my review

Batman and Robin Vol. 2: Batman vs. Robin

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Clarke

The new Dynamic Duo uncovers clues involving the mysterious death of Bruce Wayne before facing off against each other in a heated battle that both heroes will regret if they live through it!Collecting issues #7-12 of this hit series, this volume includes the story "Blackest Knight," which ties into THE BLACKEST NIGHT, as well as tales that lead di...

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I liked volume one and scored it a 3 and I hope they can stop with the plot holes but continue with Barbara’s charming monologue. Gail Simone does a wonderful job of making her seem real in an unrealistic world. I was not disappointed with this book and it was a huge improvement to the first volume. Batgirl Volume 2 (New 52): Knightfall Descends collects Batgirl #7-#14.">Read my full Knightfall Descends review here more

Batgirl Vol. 2: Knightfall Descends

By: Gail Simone, Ardian Syaf

Back in her role as Batgirl, Barbara Gordon faces the deadly new gentleman killer Grotesque, who stalks the streets of Gotham City. Plus: The Court of Owls sets its sights on Commissioner Gordon; and an innocent woman sentenced to Arkham Asylum emerges more dangerous than the inmates she was locked up with! Collects BATGIRL #7-13 and 0.

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OK, so Gods of War and God Killer weren’t the best but Deathstroke is still a character I want to get into more so decided to keep going as I saw the Suicide Squad or at least some of Suicide Squad appear. There have been a few cameos so far in Deathstroke which have been hit and miss. Superman and Wonder Woman seemed out of place working with such a killer. Suicide Squad on the other hand may m more

Deathstroke Vol. 3: Suicide Run

By: Tony Daniel, Paolo Pantalena

Deathstroke has battled gods, slain his enemies, and even sacrificed parts of himself he never thought he could live without! But his biggest challenge still lays ahead, and if he wants to succeed he'll need to defeat the assembled might of the Suicide Squad! Will this be his chance to get back at Harley Quinn after their previous battle? Find out ...

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