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Quinn reviewed Batman #113 Sep 22, 2021
3.5

This issue is sound and fury signifying nothing. Again, it's all exposition. The handicaps Batman faces are explained, but we don't actually see how they affect his fighting. We don't see how he overcomes it.

The plan by St. Simon Says is a false flag operation. But we knew that. Batman explains it to the commissioner and she says "I need proof, McGonicle." Batman says I'll get right on more

Batman #113

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

Ghost-Maker reveals a dark revelation about his past connection to Jonathan Crane while Batman puts together the pieces of Scarecrow’s master plan. Using the Unsanity Collective’s technology, the villain plans to detonate a “Fear Bomb” in Gotham City! Backup: Clownhunter has been dosed by the Scarecrow with a deadly fear toxin and is now tr...

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Quinn reviewed Green Lantern Annual: 2021 Sep 8, 2021
9.0

I LOVED this issue. It did something a comic book hasn’t done in a long time. It surprised me in a positive way. I was very skeptical about turning Jessica Yellow. (See what I did there). It seem d like a twist for the sake of a twist. Sort of “look at what we are doing, aren’t we daring.”

Well, Ryan Cady got it right. He presented a strong case for Yellow Jess. Think about it. more

Green Lantern Annual: 2021

By: Ryan Cady, Sami Basri
Released: Sep 8, 2021

Once an agoraphobic scared to even leave her room, Jessica Cruz overcame her fear to become a Green Lantern and face the darkest and deadliest threats in the universe. But now, Jessica’s gone from overcoming fear to using it as a weapon. When Yellow Lanterns attacked the Green Lantern Sector House she took refuge in when the Central Power battery...

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Merlyn - Sep 13, 2021

To me it seemed more like Sinestro was trying to trick her into crossing the line towards "the dark side". In a very Palpatine to Anakin kind of way. You don't have to straight lie, say some half-truths here and there and if the person is vulnerable (and Jessica was) it would get the job done. I like Guy Gardner. I especially liked him as a Red Lantern, it fit and he tried to reform the Corps. Unfortunately, the end results were awful, most of the members died, albeit they died being heroic.

Merlyn - Sep 13, 2021

Though Sinestro could be self-deluded enough to actually believe all he was saying there, it is in character.

Quinn reviewed Batman #112 Sep 7, 2021
4.5

More of the same from Tynion, which is just basically a rehash of previous Batman stories done in the past. In this it's Knightfall. Batman is replaced by a more violent version that kills and hears voices.

Batman has to, through shear force of will, fight off the attack that was meant to cripple him. In Knightfall, it was his back, here it's Scarecrow's mental games. You may say that's more

Batman #112

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Sep 8, 2021

A story over a year in the making and set into motion with Infinite Frontier #0, Fear State begins! Batman played into the hands of the Scarecrow, who has unleashed a coordinated attack on Gotham City through his manipulation of Simon Saint and Peacekeeper-01! But there are other forces at work with the emergence of an Anti-Oracle spreading fake ne...

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Mingthemerciless - Sep 8, 2021

No question DCseems adrift right now. All the reboots don5 help either. Snyders Death Metal was essentially the latest one and honestly it was bloated mess to me and has created more problems than it was meant to solve. Then add the abandoned 5G which was rejiggered into Futre State and even got DiDio fired. So you've got a reboot in a reboot as DC heads towards a watered down version of Future State. Itself mostly poorly received by the fans.

Mingthemerciless - Sep 8, 2021

DCs money woes are well known and guys like Bendis and Ridley haven't been delivering. Batman has been top ten with Tynion but it almost sells itself. If I was at DC I'd be scouting IDW Boom Dark Horse Dynamite..anyone that can come to the table with some vision and fun writing. Something is not right at DC agreed.

Quinn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #7 Sep 7, 2021
4.0

Arrgghhh. This miniseries is so frustrating. The three time periods is confusing. The new characters are just there. We really don't know anything about Helena or Andrea. It's all about Catwoman killing the Joker. Frankly, I don't see why anyone would care. With Bruce dead, I could absolutely believe that Helena and Dick would give Selina a pass.

This is the Joker. They'd have to be hap more

Batman/Catwoman #7

By: Tom King, Liam Sharp
Released: Sep 8, 2021

When Batman begins to doubt Catwoman’s allegiance, it leads to trouble on the streets of Gotham. Who does Selina support: Joker, Phantasm, or the Dark Knight? Well, he’ll soon find out that some questions are better left unasked. If he’s going to test her loyalty, she’s going to test his mettle. Thus, Bruce Wayne finds himself locked in a b...

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Quinn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #6 Aug 18, 2021
3.0

The 3 is for the art.

To be fair to King, all his weaknesses are on display. Letting public domanin writing do the heavy lifting? Check. (See use of Christmas carols). Pretty art surrounded by few words, check. Having characters both not talk about emotions while keeping other characters in the dark? Check. Have action be there but not actually contribute to the forward momentum of the more

Batman/Catwoman #6

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Aug 18, 2021

As mysteries deepen, so do resentments. Throughout her life, Catwoman’s actions have caused many close to her to doubt her motivations. Bruce Wayne, Phantasm, and now her daughter have all had their suspicions about her deals with The Joker. And when she killed the old clown, did it trigger this feline’s ninth life? Or maybe it was really over ...

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Merlyn reviewed Batman #111 Aug 3, 2021
3.5

Another boring issue from Tynion, I feel like fanfic would be better at this point. At least in fanfic most people use the characters from Gotham that people know and love, not the Unsanity Collective (still an idiotic name, btw) and Ghost-Maker, who is the lite and boring version of Red Hood. The whole issue is pretty bad with Molly escaping ridiculously from situations Batman would have trouble more

Batman #111

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Aug 4, 2021

Mayor Nakano announces a crackdown on masked vigilantes just as the Magistrate moves against the Unsanity Collective. Batman attempts to avert a bloodbath, while the Scarecrow makes his final move..."Fear State" is about to begin! Backup: Ghost-Maker faces his most gruesome adversary yet...the horrific Razorline!

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Lal reviewed Batman #111 Aug 3, 2021
3.5

This story has potential, but right now it's just too frustrating to read with this never-ending influx of new characters, and the fact that the current Batfamily is basically just Harley and Ghost-maker.


The art is still absolutely stunning and is one of the redeeming qualities of the book.

Batman #111

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Aug 4, 2021

Mayor Nakano announces a crackdown on masked vigilantes just as the Magistrate moves against the Unsanity Collective. Batman attempts to avert a bloodbath, while the Scarecrow makes his final move..."Fear State" is about to begin! Backup: Ghost-Maker faces his most gruesome adversary yet...the horrific Razorline!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #111 Aug 3, 2021
3.5

Again, an issue where nothing really happens. It begins with Facist Dum-Dum Dugan lookalike holding a gun on two video characters with clown colors. The evil corporation has gotten the drop on the Tynion anarhcist group. His third such group he's introduced into Batman mythos, if I am not mistaken. (If I am, forgive me). Facist Dum-Dum blathers on and we actually see him shoot one of the prisoners more

Batman #111

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Aug 4, 2021

Mayor Nakano announces a crackdown on masked vigilantes just as the Magistrate moves against the Unsanity Collective. Batman attempts to avert a bloodbath, while the Scarecrow makes his final move..."Fear State" is about to begin! Backup: Ghost-Maker faces his most gruesome adversary yet...the horrific Razorline!

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Mingthemerciless - Aug 3, 2021

I think DC actually thinks it can permanently replace Bruce Wayne with Tim Fox and expects to keep its readership on Batman. This isn't like knightfall or battle for the cowl where you knew Bruce would be back. This is a "eat it kids.. Tim's Batman now" move. If it happens I wont even but non continuity books with Bruce until DC abandons this idiocy. I have a feeling I wont be in the minority either.

Mingthemerciless - Aug 3, 2021

Bruce IS Batman.

Quinn reviewed Batman #110 Jul 6, 2021
3.0

Let's see, who did Tynion rip-off this issue? Well his new armored vigilante is John Walker replacing Captain America all over again, and that plot was done more than 30 years ago. The armor is a nice touch, but it is also just Azrael again.

The story starts in media res (that's fancy talk for in the middle of the story). Bats is trying to fight off Scarecrow fear toxin. Now correct me more

Batman #110

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jul 7, 2021

Main: Batman’s bloody, no-holds-barred fight with Magistrate enforcer Peacekeeper-01 rages on in epic fashion! Simon Saint’s master plan comes to fruition as his Magistrate program makes its move on Gotham City, and things are about to heat up! (Not in a good way!)
Backup: The Instigator versus Ghost-Maker in a kung fu showdown! Need we...

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Mingthemerciless - Jul 8, 2021

Not sure if its the same with you but with a story like knightfall (poorly aped by tom king with city of bane and Tynion with Joker war) it felt much more organic and it had a genuine resolution....that a more violent batman in Valley was not what gotham needed and only Bryce Wayne could be batman. Tynion cant seem to tap into anything deeper than fanfiction and hollow original characters. All this while looking to leas to Future state and remove Bruce Wayne for another checklist creation.

Mingthemerciless - Jul 8, 2021

Bendis basically aged Jon Kent (another checklist character) solely to accommodate future state and sideline Clark Kent. That's just basement level storytelling and DC wonders why its got problems? And advances are saying that fear state is to set up major changes in 2022. Does DC know Future state bombed?

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Batman #110 Jul 6, 2021
3.0

It's official, this series got so bad it's ready to be toilet paper. The insistence to the bad future state, to make Batman see as if he were the center of the problem (although there is part of reason when the Peacekeeper tells him about his associations with not completely reformed criminals)

I don't know if Tynion or the cartoonist has the obsession of always putting Barbara swa more

Batman #110

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jul 7, 2021

Main: Batman’s bloody, no-holds-barred fight with Magistrate enforcer Peacekeeper-01 rages on in epic fashion! Simon Saint’s master plan comes to fruition as his Magistrate program makes its move on Gotham City, and things are about to heat up! (Not in a good way!)
Backup: The Instigator versus Ghost-Maker in a kung fu showdown! Need we...

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Mingthemerciless - Jul 7, 2021

You nailed it again fenix. DC has to let Future State go but it just keeps steering towards it. The quality wont improve until DC let's FS go. Instead they're doing everything they can to make Bruce Wayne useless.

fenixalasnegras - Jul 8, 2021

I think it is too disastrous, but perhaps the directors of DC do annual programs, perhaps that is why they do not make modifications for their horrible FS that we already know what happened. From what I read they insist on bringing Tim Fox to the Batman canon, damn as if that character was the best designed for such a company or maybe they know that this whole issue of inclusivity is taking a nosedive and disappearing the substitutes will be easier when they don't like.

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Afre reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
4.0

It's not bad. Art is nice. But the story doesn't go anywhere. This is part four of this story and it feels like the plot has moved finally to part 2.

So yeah, slow pacing makes this comic hard to recommend. And this whole series currently.

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

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Merlyn reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
3.0

3 just for the art, Jimenez really knows how to draw a fight, Tynion is as boring as ever.

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

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Afre reviewed Batman/Catwoman #5 Jun 1, 2021
3.0

Clay's art is still good. The only good thing about this series.

I know it's very common to dislike King's work these days. But this? It really isn't worth it. It's too bland. Too bland to be bad, too bland to be good, too confusing to be bland.

I really hate this 3-stories-at-once -structure. It just doesn't work. It ruins the pacing, as each story moves so slow because you more

Batman/Catwoman #5

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Batman’s two loves collide, and the smash-up could be dangerous not just for the Caped Crusader, but for The Joker as well. In order to prove her mission is righteous, Phantasm takes Catwoman out on a hit against one of the men responsible for the disappearance of her son. Unfortunately for Selina Kyle, this isn’t the first time she’s gone be...

Quinn reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
4.0

You know, I used to complain that today's comics were all pictures and no words. Well, Tynion has gotten around that problem by putting in a lot of words without any action. And what action there is, is just hitting without context.

We don't see how Bats actually out-think his opponents. He just hits them. And when that doesn't work, he hits them harder -and that works. We don't see him more

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

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Mingthemerciless - Jun 4, 2021

Agreed fun conversation.

Comics Code Authorities - Jun 8, 2021

Your take on Ghost Maker is head-on. He's just a wannabe. And all he was trying to do was impress Harley out of hopes of bedding her. Truly pathetic. If Tynion is trying to sell this character to us he's doing a pretty bad job of it.

Quinn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #5 Jun 1, 2021
4.0

We are almost halfway through this story and nothing has really happened. Harley is mad that Selina killed the Joker in the future, when that was something Harley wanted to do. Andrea is torturing Joker goons while Selina watched in the past.

That's it. King goes back to his bad habit of letting other writers, through their poems or song lyrics, do the heavy lifting. Yet again, there is more

Batman/Catwoman #5

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Batman’s two loves collide, and the smash-up could be dangerous not just for the Caped Crusader, but for The Joker as well. In order to prove her mission is righteous, Phantasm takes Catwoman out on a hit against one of the men responsible for the disappearance of her son. Unfortunately for Selina Kyle, this isn’t the first time she’s gone be...

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Mingthemerciless - Jun 1, 2021

I'm sure King has some edgekord character Death planned within the next 85 issues of this drek DC let him write. Cant wait.

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Criminology. reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
4.5

I think this issue was very weirdly paced and constructed. It feels to me like there was beginning, a big interlude, some kind of middle and not much of end.

By big interlude I mean, I mean a really big one, that not really related to the story we have at hand, which is so strange considering how many subplots are already in motion. It breaks the pace and the momentum of the story IMO more

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

Quinn reviewed Batman #108 May 4, 2021
3.5

I think James Tynion got bitten by radioactive exposition when he was a youth.

Because that's what his stories boil down to. Tons of exposition where he builds and builds his world. The action is an afterthought that mostly takes place off stage.

The result are stories that go nowhere, aren't interesting to read once everything is done and depends on his characters.

Batman #108

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: May 5, 2021

Batman goes undercover to infiltrate the transhumanist gang known as the Unsanity Collective and learn more about their sudden appearance in Gotham. And what nefarious plans does Simon Saint have for Arkham Day survivor Sean Mahoney? How does it connect to the Magistrate?
And in part two of the action-packed, bone-rattling Ghost-Maker backu...

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fenixalasnegras - May 12, 2021

Yes, I agree with you @Mingthemerciless in regards to Tyrion compulsively and carelessly playing characters. I think Gosthmaker lacks a lot to be Deathpool hahaha your comment was funny. And to my liking being that Tynion is doing a lot of damage to Batman.

fenixalasnegras - May 12, 2021

Personally, I think that DC is experimenting and what they are doing is very messy and desperate. And I don't understand why Tynion is doing a decent job on the Joker and not Batman. Zdarsky may be balancing DC's books a bit, but the idea of ​​putting in bad stories to drive up prices from my perspective only ruins the book.

Quinn reviewed Batman #107 Apr 6, 2021
4.0

Let's see. Everything is a set up of the new status quo. Scarecrow is calling the shots with the guy who will make tomorrow. Harley tries to do good, but because she's nuts, she's hitting cops who surprise her with baseball bats.

The Gotham police are actually doing their job, so they don't appreciate Bats contaminating crime scenes, and Barb is setting up mini-Batsignals across Gotham. more

Batman #107

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Apr 7, 2021

Tensions are sky-high in Gotham City following the events at Arkham Asylum, and public opinion and unrest are starting to boil over. The Dark Knight has his hands full juggling the investigation of the reappearance of an old enemy and the rise of a new gang in Gotham called the Unsanity Collective...Gotham City is getting more dangerous by the minu...

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Batman Jones - Apr 6, 2021

You are wrong: it was $5. Otherwise you’re pretty much right.

Comics Code Authorities - Apr 15, 2021

$5 now, and unless we put our foot down with DC like when they pulled this 10 years ago, by the end of this year ALL their books will be $5. Extra pages or no extra pages.

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KFuqua reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Apr 1, 2021
1.0

Once again, Tom King proves that he is not a good writer and should not be working for DC. The nice art can't save this one at all.

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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Ken b reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 31, 2021
7.0

Artwork 10/10

story 5/10

Don’t know why King keeps pushing this relationship between Catwoman and joker. A lot of other issues with the story, pretty boring read. Would have gave this a much lower grade but Clay Mann has really put this mini series on his back.

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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RedKSuperman reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 31, 2021
1.0

Is this series over yet? Just end it, it goes on and on about nothing. Yeah, whatever pandering, I get it. NEXT!

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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daspidaboy - Apr 6, 2021

i have been noticing you giving 1 out of 10 to every single DC comic. Do you hate DC Comics or something?

RedKSuperman - Apr 9, 2021

If you've been paying attention which I seriously doubt, I have indeed given scores higher than 1.0. Superman up in the Sky I gave a perfect 10 to as it was a flawless book. As for hating DC Comics, yeah for the most part their entire current line of comics is complete crap. The only hope is that AT&T sells to someone who cleans house and flushes the hacks out of the DC system so they can go back to telling good stories.

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Psycamorean reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 30, 2021
3.5

I really don't care for the drama between Bruce and Selina. It shouldn't be a thing. The stuff in the future really doesn't do anything but mechanically inch the plot a little further. And the stuff with Phantasm is extremely boring. Easily the worst part of the miniseries.

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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Merlyn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 30, 2021
3.5

I rate this so high (lol) for two reasons: Clay Mann's art which is as gorgeous as ever and the fact that for all his MANY faults, King did try to pay homage to Mask of the Phantasm and I enjoyed that. Now the bad stuff...oh boy, there's a lot to unpack there. Up until the last 6-7 pages the book was bearable, not good, just bearable. And then he went full Tom King. Those last pages were sooo dumb more

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 30, 2021
1.0

I think King should read some real literature where real writers show him how to really flashback, Luis Spota, William Faulkner, Juan Rulfo or John Le Carré.

I don't know who told him that he knew how to write to this man. The only good thing was the art.

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

Quinn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 30, 2021
4.0

What can I say? King's weaknesses as a writer are out in full force in this issue.

We are now a third through this story line and we know virtually nothing. Andrea Beaumont, for all intents and purposes, is a new character and we know nothing about her, her relationship with Bruce and her relationship with Selina. There is the movie, but this is her comic's debut and it's been a long ti more

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 30, 2021

Agree 200% with not knowing Phantasm! I see the same thing starting with Red X in Teen Titans Academy. Introducing a cartoon character into the comics should be a big deal, but Tom King seems like he is too lazy to do any of the leg work and just hopes you watched the movie!

Quinn reviewed Batman #106 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

What to say? I get what the author is doing, but I reject the premise of the story. We see Batman and Clownkiller track down thieves using hovermachines to steal stuff and Bats tell Clown not to kill or maim, they're just thieves.

We see the latest villain saying Gotham is going to hell and why don't you, new mayor, buy my tech to save the city. It's the beginning of the Magistrate. The more

Batman #106

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Following the tragic events of Infinite Frontier #1, Batman and his new ally, Ghost-Maker, must reckon with a new gang operating in Gotham City-but are they connected to the reemergence of the Scarecrow? Meanwhile, shadowy billionaire Simon Saint pitches an advanced law-enforcement system to the new mayor! The creative team behind the epic “The J...

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Quinn - Mar 6, 2021

Mingthemerciless, glad someone gets my humor. And bingo. Tynion’s characters are bland, interchangeable forgettable. I too await Alfred’s return. But the way Tyrion writes the book, I keep thinking Alfred is just in the kitchen, and he is not really dead. And who are they kidding. We all know he is coming back. Why bother “killing” him at all. Or I could be wrong.

Bats20832 - Mar 7, 2021

I was just re-reading The Outsider story again the other night in Detective Comics #356 (October 1966). Alfred always comes back. I don't know how they will do it. But if they buried Alfred and had him come back as The Outsider, we know anything is possible. Heh and that was in "canon." Well, with "everything" being "canon" now, who knows what will happen?

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Afre reviewed Batman #106 Mar 3, 2021
5.0

There wasn't anything to liek or dislike. I'm starting to get bored by this run.

At least when I was reading King's run, I felt something. Anger and disappointment yes, but it was something.

This is just eh.

Batman #106

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Following the tragic events of Infinite Frontier #1, Batman and his new ally, Ghost-Maker, must reckon with a new gang operating in Gotham City-but are they connected to the reemergence of the Scarecrow? Meanwhile, shadowy billionaire Simon Saint pitches an advanced law-enforcement system to the new mayor! The creative team behind the epic “The J...

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myconius - Mar 26, 2021

myself, i prefer "eh" over the frustration of what "Ding-A-Ling" King was doing to Batman. 😂😂😂

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Psycamorean reviewed Batman #106 Mar 2, 2021
6.0

This was kinda just slow and boring.

Batman #106

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Following the tragic events of Infinite Frontier #1, Batman and his new ally, Ghost-Maker, must reckon with a new gang operating in Gotham City-but are they connected to the reemergence of the Scarecrow? Meanwhile, shadowy billionaire Simon Saint pitches an advanced law-enforcement system to the new mayor! The creative team behind the epic “The J...

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Batman #106 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

It's good that all that Future State stuff ended. I didn't like it. Tynion since he took Batman every time he feels like he is less Batman, it was not a story that really caught me, there some intrigue but it was not interesting enough.

Damian seems to be back in the game, I did not like his suit, rather he seems to have stolen it from some Aquaman character, it seems that he has gill more

Batman #106

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Following the tragic events of Infinite Frontier #1, Batman and his new ally, Ghost-Maker, must reckon with a new gang operating in Gotham City-but are they connected to the reemergence of the Scarecrow? Meanwhile, shadowy billionaire Simon Saint pitches an advanced law-enforcement system to the new mayor! The creative team behind the epic “The J...

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LunaMoody reviewed Batman #106 Mar 2, 2021
4.5

Ahh now I get it. Cat was pushed to the side ( Still PO'd about that ) so Bat and Ghost can have a bro-mance. Bat-Go

The future state concept didn't really interest me so I can't say this issue was any better with it going back to how it began. At least that is the vibe that is being put out there about where this is all heading to. I got enough of this type of story over the years with more

Batman #106

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Following the tragic events of Infinite Frontier #1, Batman and his new ally, Ghost-Maker, must reckon with a new gang operating in Gotham City-but are they connected to the reemergence of the Scarecrow? Meanwhile, shadowy billionaire Simon Saint pitches an advanced law-enforcement system to the new mayor! The creative team behind the epic “The J...

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Rohan - May 16, 2021

I agree with the Part that Damian running back to her mother was a little weak but Joshua still seems to write him amazingly in the “Robin” run. Still I disagree with that the Catwoman was pushed aside, she has her own book and the last writer - tom king run had so much Bat/Cat to the point that sometimes it was unbearable, and there is still a Batman/Catwoman book by Tom King so I am happy that Catwoman is not anywhere near batman for a while, so he can be more batman and properly interact with

fenixalasnegras - May 18, 2021

King and his abuse of songs and flashbacks that he does not know how to use them correctly. If the man being able to do something interesting only gives headaches and leaves things unfinished.

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