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DC Stuff reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 28, 2019
1.0

Just awful! I know some will say I’m missing the point but you can’t just have people hug at the end and claim it’s about healing. Wally was forced into this book then King had him do horrible things and ruined Rebirth once and for all. A hack job that made me look back at all of kings work and realize he isn’t as good as I once thought. My eyes are now opened!

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #70 May 1, 2019
4.0

Man, was that... underwhelming.

The purpose of a villain in a superhero story is to challenge the hero, make them embrace their best self, grow and learn. None of that can happen when a random sleection of baddies is being taken down one by one by a hero so overpowered he puts Arya Stark to shame.
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Batman #70

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: May 1, 2019

n chapter one of "The Fall and the Fallen," Batman escapes his Knightmares only to wind up in a whole other bad dream. He's locked in Arkham Asylum with his worst enemies, and the only way to get out is to fight them all. It's a gladiatorial game of madness and mayhem, all for the amusement of Bane!

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Darkseid24 - May 4, 2019

Haha I would be totally fine with Bane killing Thomas, since I hate that guy. I rather hope we don’t get some dramatic reunion between son& father. Overall it makes no sense to me, that Thomas is even there. There is zero explanation.

myconius - May 14, 2019

exactly! we've been wondering how Thomas is there or why he'd be helping Bane against his own son. King probably just threw that in there as a mystery box, and now has no idea what to do with it. the whole scenario is just dumb beyond dumb.

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RBL reviewed Batman #70 May 1, 2019
5.5

Considerable improvement after months of pointless filler. That said, I do not find this was worth all those wasted issues even if it is much better than the entirety of the past arc.

I believe the “gauntlet” Batman goes through while it does fill the issue with action it just seems like a compressed version of the lead-up to Knightfall, wherein Batman faces multiple villains non-st more

Batman #70

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: May 1, 2019

n chapter one of "The Fall and the Fallen," Batman escapes his Knightmares only to wind up in a whole other bad dream. He's locked in Arkham Asylum with his worst enemies, and the only way to get out is to fight them all. It's a gladiatorial game of madness and mayhem, all for the amusement of Bane!

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egon244 - May 1, 2019

“I owe you for all the fun”, it was an odd comment, I agree. But other than that I think the whole scene was pretty good.

DC Stuff - May 2, 2019

i didn't like it since there is no evidence that links anything going on to any of the characters...his evidence and "detective work" was all in his nightmares. It's like dreaming your buddy stole your wallet and waking up and punching him for it. When will we see Batman do some actual detective work????

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Quinn reviewed Batman #70 May 1, 2019
3.5

More King tropes in play.

Bats wakes up, meanwhile the text box quotes Rintrah Roars, a poem by William Blake representing the just wrath of the prophet.

Bats beats up everyone in his path to escape Arkham. This is a callback to when Bane beat everyone up to get into Arkham.

Bats does things like punch out Solomon Grundy off panel. He talks to Freeze about how Bats more

Batman #70

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: May 1, 2019

n chapter one of "The Fall and the Fallen," Batman escapes his Knightmares only to wind up in a whole other bad dream. He's locked in Arkham Asylum with his worst enemies, and the only way to get out is to fight them all. It's a gladiatorial game of madness and mayhem, all for the amusement of Bane!

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Æther - May 5, 2019

I just gotta say first that Batman never punched Solomon Grundy in this issue, that's why Bats was laughing. You can tell me he punched Grundy... but can you show me? Hahahahahaha

Æther - May 5, 2019

Hint, it involves ducking.

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NoName97 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
8.5

Very good story. But it is to hard to understand for most comics readers, that's why it has so bad raiting.

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Andrea D’Alò - Apr 30, 2019

Ok.

Darkseid24 - Apr 30, 2019

Batman 68 was a waste, HIC 8 was ok, but nothing groundbreaking or deep character exploration. I mean how? The way the fear gas reacted made zero sense& so did Bruce’s „nightmares“. They didn’t fit his character at all. Writing characters out of character isn’t groundbreaking, it’s just bad writing.

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Dispatchdcu reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
4.0

This is issue as well as the series was so disappointing. What readers will find is an issue that explains the entire story. Sounds great right? Wrong! A comic that felt like a mystery with clues sprinkled in along the way turned into a writer withholding information for 7 issues, giving absolutely no clues, so he can drag readers along to make them THINK it’s a mystery when in all actuality K more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Batmanchuria reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

Now, while there is one issue left for King to fix this mess of a story up, it doesn't change the fact that this event was a tremendous failure, from start to finish. The peak of this mess (unless King REALLY outdoes himself with issue #9) comes from this issue's complete bastardization of Wally West. I really don't know what to say in regards to this character arc, aside from it being completely more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Nihilist reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
3.5

Heroes in Crisis continues to be long and painful read, bastardizing everything its characters stand for, all in the name of barely coherent, incompetent deconstructionism.

King tries, and fails time and time again, to do what giants like Alan Moore (Watchmen, Miracle Man) did before him, taking the concept of a good superhero fighting bad super villains, and twisting it around, giving more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

DC Stuff rated Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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waltgator93 reviewed Batman #69 Apr 17, 2019
5.5

We finally learned what Batman's greatest fear was and boy I am so glad this is last issue of the story arc. More interested in the Bane and Thomas Wayne stuff which still feels out of characteristic for Thomas to be doing this. It looks more like they are either equal partners or in Thomas's mind he's actually in control.

Batman #69

By: Tom King, Yanick Paquette
Released: Apr 17, 2019

The Dark Knight is breaking through the bad dreams and coming out the other side. But is he ready for the culprit waiting through the veil of terror? And what lasting effects might this whole ordeal have on Bruce Wayne's psyche? With artist Yanick Paquette (WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE) jumping on board to tackle the art, "Knightmares" comes to a shocki...

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RBL - Apr 19, 2019

They share writing credits, and I’d imagine he would have to be familiar with the characters involved in the crossover, or at least know what the other author was doing, if he planned to use them in his story.

Darkseid24 - Apr 19, 2019

If he didn’t write Thomas, he should have done his research about his character.

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Andrea D’Alò reviewed Batman #68 Apr 12, 2019
9.0

Another thrilling episode of Knightmares where we explore another nightmare of Bruce Wayne.
And if Bruce Wayne is not enough?
For his city
For Superman
For Selina
King’s take on Batman is HUMAN and he humanises all these characters, people have “stupid” nightmares and so Batman, people do the wrong thing when they know what’s correct to do and so Batman, people ar more

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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DC Stuff - Apr 13, 2019

No, Tom King has said multiple times that bane is forcing these nightmares with fear toxin and Batman is trying to fight his way out of them. He said bane is making Batman have these specific nightmares to “break him”.

Andrea D’Alò - Apr 14, 2019

Uh, ok. I don’t know how someone can control nightmares but ok, we’ll see in the 69.

DC Stuff rated Batman #68 Apr 11, 2019
1.0

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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DC Stuff reviewed Heroes In Crisis #7 Mar 28, 2019
1.0

What about the Puddlers?

Heroes In Crisis #7

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 27, 2019

The Trinity may have uncovered the true killer responsible for the deaths at Sanctuary, but the artificial intelligence that ran the institution is the one thing standing between them and the culprit. Now Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman must face off with their own creation-and face the consequences for what they created. Also, as the truth is un...

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DC Stuff rated Batman #62 Jan 10, 2019
1.0

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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Talon1load reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
2.0

I feel like I'm living through Office Space but instead of every day being the worst day of my life, ever new issue of Batman is the worst issue I've ever read. This was a lot of, just stupid dialogue. Batman was tied up and in order to get free, used a batarang, that's taped to his chest for some reason, and cut himself until it's embedded in the bone so that he can pull it off of his chest and more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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myconius - Jan 11, 2019

ohhaimark - yeah! i was JUST thinking the same thing!

Darkseid24 - Jan 11, 2019

They really were terrible.

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Branden Murray reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
2.0

Terrible issue with no forward progress and art some may find enjoyable but hurts the hell out of my eyes personally. King continues to keep the Batman book at a very below average clip.

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
3.0

I get it. Bruce feels bad about himself. We know that. Telling us the same point over and over again, doesn't make the story more intersting. And the twist ending really doesn't have the impact that King probably meant it to have.

The whole issue until the last couple of panels is him trying to escape from Mr. Pyg, a villain that I truly hate, not love to hate, but just hate.
>In his attempts - Bats is slung upside down in a slaughter house like a slab of beef - Bats cuts himself to the bone with a hidden batarang to escape. He fights Pyg and only really does damage when he throws Pyg's knife at him. He notes that he really only hurt Pyg by using Pyg's weapon. Pyg easily catches the thrown batarang.

There's almost no dialogue. It's all Bats in text boxes talking in present tense.

While Bruce wonders how he got into his current troubles (again King is all tell, not show) he thinks the the tale of Pygmalion - a sculptor who fell in love with his own creation, but when that creation gained life, she rejected him.

Then when Pyg is unmasked, it's Damian reciting a line from the three pigs - hair of chinny, chin chin.

IT WAS ALL A DREAM. PSYCH. More like Yawn. The art is incredibly bloody. So while well-done, I found it off-putting. But that's me. If you like a comic literally dripping in blood in every panel and full of self-mutilation and horrific violence, then this is the book for you. Psycho.

I hate dream language. No doubt things like only using the enemy's weapon works and falling too much in love with your own creation are supposed to tell us about Bruce's mental health. But that's all King has been doing - driving home the same point over and over again.

It's boring.

I am so tired of psycho Batman. I miss the days when he was smart, self-aware and a true force for good. Now it's all just "you make things worse" and "you're a driven psycho that damages everything you touch" and blood, blood, blood, bodies, bodies and more bodies.

Enough. But that's me. I am a bit of delicate flower.

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Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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Hi! I'm TP reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
1.0

Sexualization of trauma, objectification of women's body in contrast with the treatment of male characters, decompression with literally empty, copy pasted panels and heroes worrying more about their egos rather than a slaughter in their own safe space.

I know that there is a fetish thing with the Killing Joke but Heroes in Crisis goes a step further with this idea. Good art is not enou more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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Æther - Jan 3, 2019

It's a short mystery Crisis story... in league with something like Identity Crisis, but much better so far. This story has far more personality, while balancing its dramatic themes well and clearly with imposing force. But, if you hate the characterizations I guess there would be no saving this one for you. I just think writers should have a chance to work with characters that are more malleable, and not bound by other interpretations in such a rigid way.

Darkseid24 - Jan 3, 2019

In my opinion Identity Crisis is a far better story than HiC. Identity Crisis qquestioned the heroes methods, but there is no real plot in HiC yet apart from deaths for shock value.

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ohhaimark reviewed Batman #61 Dec 19, 2018
6.5

THE GOOD:

-The art was good. Travis Moore isn't the best artist on this series, however. That would have to go to Mitch for me personally, although Lee Weeks makes a strong case for himself.

-Matthew, or Bruce, or whatever his name is, makes a good villain. We've seen similar villains before, but he's still creepy as hell at least.

-This issue had some good effec more

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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Batman Jones - Dec 21, 2018

:)

DC Stuff - Dec 22, 2018

Batman Jones...a very similar villain is Tommy elliot/Hush

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Batman #61 Dec 20, 2018
4.0

This issue was pretty pointless. "Master Bruce" is going to Arkham, and that's probably going to factor into Bane's Super Mega Mega Plan, but we didn't need a whole issue for that. And if we had to have one, it could've way more interesting than this. This is filler. I don't know why Tom King is so hellbent on having a 104 issue run. The run should only be as long as the story allows, but Batman s more

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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DC Stuff - Dec 21, 2018

The analysis is just what happened in the comic. In the end, it was just to get Mathew back in people minds and off to Arkham to team up with bane and really, Thomas Wayne. Problems though are why is this kid not already in Arkham and it's not because he's a kid since he looks to be in a general jail...blackgate?

DC Stuff - Dec 21, 2018

black gate? Is he allowed to be near other inmates after killing 6 before this? More forces story details from king

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bucswin611 reviewed Batman #61 Dec 19, 2018
7.0

This was honestly a very odd issue. The boy is certainly memorable but I often felt disoriented when the setting shifted...yet it felt like a stretched out plot? I don't know what to make of it. Reserving judgment until the arc is complete...

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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DC Stuff - Dec 21, 2018

This is a one-shot story. We will see the kid a bunch of issues from now but only to show he is with bane and Thomas wayne

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bcgocubs reviewed Batman #61 Dec 20, 2018
5.5

I really enjoy this new character a lot. I think he has an excellent backstory and unique attributes that would make him a villain that really stands out. I give King credit for creating this excellent twist on the Batman mythos.

But it's hard to enjoy take seriously when you have a whole issue that basically rehashes what has already been told. Essentially, all this issue does is gi more

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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DC Stuff - Dec 21, 2018

It's not so original, the story is pretty much a RIP off of hush

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman #61 Dec 19, 2018
6.5

I surprisingly don’t think this issue was that bad. However it’s annoying that King just ignores everything, that happened last issue ( Thomas Wayne breaking in the batcave) and starts a totally new story ( unless Thomas Wayne is or has anything to do with that boy, could be a fake Thomas Wayne after all). However we once again get to see Bruce’s trauma as a child& for new readers the story more

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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waltgator93 - Dec 23, 2018

Aren’t we all! Unfortunately I believe they are going with the route of “he escaped flashpoint universe at the end of the button and followed flash and Batman home”

Darkseid24 - Dec 25, 2018

I don’t hope so.

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Nihilist reviewed Harley Quinn #55 Dec 5, 2018
5.0

Christmas specials have one thing in common - they are sweet. Kitsch and gimmicky, maybe, but sweet nonetheless. That's why holidays were invented by pagans in the first place - to lighten the frosty, dark winter mood, and offer people some comfort, something positive to wait for and cherish.
This issue, to nobody's surprise, is hardly sweet, albeit it tries to add some drama and heart to its more

Harley Quinn #55

By: Sam Humphries, John Timms
Released: Dec 5, 2018

It's a Harley ho-ho-holiday special! Nothing's worse than spending the holidays with your uninvited, unannounced family-just ask Harley. Her brothers won't stop fighting, her dad wants peace and quiet, and her mom just wants everyone to get along. But the dysfunctional family dynamic masks a major secret that the whole Quinn family is keeping from ...

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DC Stuff - Dec 5, 2018

odd thing is no mention of Hanuka since Harley and her family are Jewish

myconius - Dec 5, 2018

good point.

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waltgator93 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #3 Nov 27, 2018
7.0

I will admit I did like part of the issue. Enjoyed the Lagoon Boy and Wally part but the Booster stuff felt weird. Would have preferred to know why he was there. The issue was definitely a quick one. There’s more to the deaths besides seeing Harley kill Wally. I will give King this, he did make me feel for Lagoon Boy and Wally.

Heroes In Crisis #3

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Nov 28, 2018

Tragedies deepen as more secrets behind the "superhero hospital" called Sanctuary are revealed! What compelled Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman to create it in the first place? How was it built? And if the hospital truly is alive via A.I., who - or what - is the brain of "Sanctuary?" Another layer peeled back in the biggest mystery woven through t...

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Synthozoid - Dec 3, 2018

I am AI created by Ultron.

Comic Princess - Dec 3, 2018

Ok, have fun with that. SMH

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Linkush reviewed Heroes In Crisis #3 Nov 28, 2018
9.0

"WELL... EVERYONE'S DEAD."

This time around we get to see the moments before the murder in the sanctuary. It's touching (especially wally's part), well drawn and I think this might be my favorite issue so far.

Only problem is that harley quinn is pretty op since the start of the event.

RECOMMENDED.

Heroes In Crisis #3

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Nov 28, 2018

Tragedies deepen as more secrets behind the "superhero hospital" called Sanctuary are revealed! What compelled Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman to create it in the first place? How was it built? And if the hospital truly is alive via A.I., who - or what - is the brain of "Sanctuary?" Another layer peeled back in the biggest mystery woven through t...

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myconius - Dec 3, 2018

I wanna fly like a chicken To the sea Fly like a chicken Let my spirit carry me

Synthozoid - Dec 3, 2018

Why would you want to do that?

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MKW69 reviewed Batman #59 Nov 21, 2018
6.5

The Hell just Happened? First saying that Bane was in Catatonic State doesn't make Sense! There were at least 3 other instances with Bane active after I'am Bane. I don't buy it! I get that is supposed BS, but there should be data and other things, and Bruce should know this! This i can understand, in this issue, but before?

Batman #59

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 21, 2018

Caught between Batman and his unseen enemy, the Penguin has to think on his feet to avoid being taken down by either side. If he chooses one way, he goes to jail; if he chooses the other, he ends up dead. Then again, the choice seems obvious. Is Batman ready for a new kind of avian sidekick?

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Dorival - Nov 21, 2018

Where he appear acting like Bane after "I Am Bane"?... I just remember the final of Batman #50 and the last issue, which makes sense with what shown here. Cause he's acting behind the curtains.

DC Stuff - Nov 21, 2018

he is messing with Batman

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Talon1load reviewed Mister Miracle #12 Nov 14, 2018
1.0

You gotta be shitting me with all these 10’s. This was a complete nonending and a complete waste of an issue. King fails to say anything of substance and leaves the entire story to remain up to the readers. DC, FIRE this writer!!!!!

Mister Miracle #12

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Nov 14, 2018

It'll be a miracle if you can get through this mind-bending conclusion with your sanity intact! After his epic battle with Darkseid, Scott Free sees life a whole new way: he's the new Highfather of New Genesis, and he's madly in love with his wife and child. But what if it's all a lie? Did Mister Miracle really escape death way back in issue #1? No...

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Darkseid24 - Nov 29, 2018

Ok let’s agree to disagree.

myconius - Dec 1, 2018

🙂

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Darkseid24 reviewed Mister Miracle #12 Nov 14, 2018
3.0

Don’t understand the praises here. This run started good, but became dull pretty fast.

SPOILER I am glad it’s just a dream/ alternative reality of Scott in the end, but nothing really was explained in the last issue. So Scott just keeps living in the fantasy world he created? Well doesn’t really fit his character.

SPOILER END

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Mister Miracle #12

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Nov 14, 2018

It'll be a miracle if you can get through this mind-bending conclusion with your sanity intact! After his epic battle with Darkseid, Scott Free sees life a whole new way: he's the new Highfather of New Genesis, and he's madly in love with his wife and child. But what if it's all a lie? Did Mister Miracle really escape death way back in issue #1? No...

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Comix4fever - Nov 28, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fjbI5C80a0

Darkseid24 - Nov 29, 2018

Thank you for the link, I’ll check it out.

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egon244 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #2 Oct 31, 2018
7.5

"I'm going to boop you again"

Easily my favorite parts of this issue are the two patient interviews that are opening and closing it. I really enjoyed seeing Harley being silly (not dumb or stupid) around Ivy and Superman's interview touched on a subject I never really thought about. Does "playing" two vastly different people on a daily basis can mess a person up? Even Super Clark-El of more

Heroes In Crisis #2

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Oct 31, 2018

Suspected of murder, [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] find themselves on the run from the super-hospital called Sanctuary -with each thinking the other one is the real killer! It's up to Batman to solve this heinous crime, but suspicion falls on him when Superman and Wonder Woman ponder just how much Sanctuary's A.I. is telling them. Meanwhile, [REDACTED]...

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egon244 - Oct 31, 2018

I think it's a small inconsistency. In today's Drowned Earth we can see one panel where Titans with Garth are helping in Japan, where in last week's Titans, that takes place at the same time, they get separated. Garth stays behind and Titans boom room to somewhere. Things like that just happen. If Penguin would die, I would have a problem with this, but as long as his head was still attached to his shoulder and no one declared him dead, I can live with inconsistencies like that.

DC Stuff - Nov 1, 2018

He was in a coma right after Roy died though. And the Titans there is off (though it must be happening during the Titans issue since Ms. Martian has just teleported to Batman), but that is bad too! Both are bad examples of not knowing what is going on.

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