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Quinn reviewed Batman #126 Aug 2, 2022
4.0

It was nice to actually see the Batfamily in action. Points to the writer for actually remembering them. But nothing really happens. We get a sense that the robot is yet another Batman plan that has backfired, but that’s it.

By writing for the trades, where you read everything at one sitting, it kills the suspense for monthly reads. We don’t know the stakes because information is be more

Batman #126

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Aug 3, 2022

Batman has battled all manner of criminals, monsters, and super-villains, but nothing could have prepared him for what's coming with Failsafe, an unstoppable foe that can outfight and outthink the Dark Knight-but could a dark connection to Batman's past be the answer? In the backup, Catwoman is piecing together the lineage of one of Gotham's most n...

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Hex - Aug 4, 2022

Batman is getting his face caved in by a giant robot, the Batfamily has to come save him and then are demolished themselves. That's pretty high stakes. Then he resorts to using another unstable failsafe program. That matters. The complaint of set up issues having nothing of substance is getting ridiculous when this is normal practice in comics now. Stories are told over longer arcs that have payoff an issue or two later so they give you an action heavy issue to put the protagonist at a low point

Quinn - Aug 4, 2022 (edited)

Not high stakes, predictable cliches that show no clever plotting or characterization. Or I could be wrong.

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myconius reviewed Batman #126 Aug 3, 2022
2.5

Sorry but this writing is very pedestrian and very decompressed.
More whiney-crybaby Batman, and now Tim Drake is a cranky amateur that gets defensive when he's called out for being sloppy in the field. Zdarsky’s version of Bruce is very tiresome with all his pissing and moaning about how he couldn't marry Selina. Feels like we’re revisiting Tom King’s run all over again. This version o more

Batman #126

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Aug 3, 2022

Batman has battled all manner of criminals, monsters, and super-villains, but nothing could have prepared him for what's coming with Failsafe, an unstoppable foe that can outfight and outthink the Dark Knight-but could a dark connection to Batman's past be the answer? In the backup, Catwoman is piecing together the lineage of one of Gotham's most n...

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myconius - Aug 7, 2022

Bats20832 - Thank you. I think that unfortunately many new Batman readers that jumped on at TheNew52 (and afterward) really had gotten a poor iteration of Batman. I’d say this current version of Batman is actually worse than the paranoid and psychotic Batman from back in Tower of Babel and War Games/War Crimes. Batman became a meathead bruiser in the hands of Scott Snyder. And he only further devolved with Tom King.

myconius - Aug 7, 2022

Bats20832 - Agreed! I’m not a fan of reboots. But honestly so much damage was done to Batman after Tom King put his stink on the character. His is the most pathetic version of the character I’ve ever seen. Batman was inspired by so many great fictional characters like Zorro and Sherlock Holmes. In the Bronze age they even started taking influence from James Bond to make Batman even cooler. But now he’s just a sad, weak, emotionally unstable basket case. They really need to fix the character.

Quinn reviewed Batman #125 Jul 6, 2022
2.0

If you want to push my buttons, have a plot depend on people being stupid.

And boy, Bats was stupid in this issue. Penguin is mad at the 1 percent and will kill anyone who inherited more than $5 million. That’s a lot of people. $5 million really isn’t that much money. But there’s going to be some big billionaire ball, and Bruce might not qualify because he doesn’t have the bucks more

Batman #125

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jul 6, 2022

Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky joins legendary artist Jorge Jimenez to define a new era in Batman! Bruce Wayne is at a turning point, haunted by dreams of a dark future, while Gotham City billionaires are being gruesomely murdered. With the discovery of an archenemy's involvement and a tragedy unfolding, the Dark Knight's nightmares are just beginni...

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Quinn - Jul 7, 2022

Because he is supposed to be the world’s greatest detective. Sherlock Holmes, not Dirty Harry. I get that it is hard to write a really smart character, but that’s what Batman writers sign up for. A stupid thug Batman doesn’t interest me, but I could be wrong.

Bats20832 - Jul 8, 2022

There are lots of stupid thug characters in comics, especially in sci-fi-based Marvel Comics. Almost every problem is solved with "super-powers" and knuckles. But that is NOT the Batman nor is it Bruce Wayne. Sad how many "comics fans" (and of course post-modern writers) have no idea who the character is.

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Bats20832 reviewed Batman #125 Jul 5, 2022
2.0

The old frame-up plot is literally 100 years old in illustrated stories.
I can't even count the number of times it was done to Batman.
But Canadian writer Chip Zdarsky and some reviewers believe it is fresh, new, and innovative.
Can't wait until they discover bell-bottom pants.

And of course, The Penguin would massacre the wealthy and then take poison (huge eyeroll).

Batman #125

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jul 6, 2022

Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky joins legendary artist Jorge Jimenez to define a new era in Batman! Bruce Wayne is at a turning point, haunted by dreams of a dark future, while Gotham City billionaires are being gruesomely murdered. With the discovery of an archenemy's involvement and a tragedy unfolding, the Dark Knight's nightmares are just beginni...

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Bats20832 - Jul 10, 2022

Hex should stick to writing Hex's own reviews.

Bats20832 - Jul 18, 2022

To Hex on Batman and Daredevil: "They're VERY different characters. I can't even fathom thinking that they're close to the same. Like ... what about them is similar?" https://www.reddit.com/r/Daredevil/comments/vxeur4/comment/ifvwjs7/?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

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myconius reviewed Batman #125 Jul 6, 2022
2.0

Zdarsky continuing the tradition of a sad mopey Batman.

But this time Batman is an idiot that walks right into letting himself get framed for murder.

..... whoopsie-poo!

Batman #125

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jul 6, 2022

Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky joins legendary artist Jorge Jimenez to define a new era in Batman! Bruce Wayne is at a turning point, haunted by dreams of a dark future, while Gotham City billionaires are being gruesomely murdered. With the discovery of an archenemy's involvement and a tragedy unfolding, the Dark Knight's nightmares are just beginni...

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daspidaboy reviewed Batman / Catwoman #12 Jun 28, 2022
3.0

tom king is the most overrated comic book writer of all time. I read this series just so I can actually have hte credentials to critique it, and wow. Usually I say critics are right, but I dont know how critics can give this a positive review.

All the flashbacks to the past and flashforwards to the future dont matter at all, it all felt like a waste of time. This 12 issue series should more

Batman / Catwoman #12

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 29, 2022

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Batman and Catwoman! As our story concludes, the lovers prepare to take the next steps in their lives together by trading everlasting vows. The Bat/Cat wedding is here, and knowing Bruce and Selina, it'll be anything but conventional. You won't want to miss this final chapter of Tom King's Batman epic!

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Robin reviewed Batman / Catwoman #12 Jun 28, 2022
1.0

I wish there was an option to give it a Zero because this is absolute shit. Tom King doesn't know how to write Batman or Catwoman, DC seriously needs to stop giving him Batman book. the timelines and characters are complete shit in this. He literally has no regards for anyone of the bat family. I said before for him bat family is just Bat, Cat and Helena and you can see here he doesn't even bring more

Batman / Catwoman #12

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 29, 2022

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Batman and Catwoman! As our story concludes, the lovers prepare to take the next steps in their lives together by trading everlasting vows. The Bat/Cat wedding is here, and knowing Bruce and Selina, it'll be anything but conventional. You won't want to miss this final chapter of Tom King's Batman epic!

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JBL Reviews reviewed Batman / Catwoman #12 Jun 28, 2022
1.0

If I’m being honest, the score of 1 isn’t deserved for this issue, but it reflects my feelings on the entire series. Such a pointless and worthless series. I kept going even after I could see it was not good because I had gotten that far, but wow. When King is on, it’s good. When he seems like he is too proud of himself, it is this.

Batman / Catwoman #12

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 29, 2022

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Batman and Catwoman! As our story concludes, the lovers prepare to take the next steps in their lives together by trading everlasting vows. The Bat/Cat wedding is here, and knowing Bruce and Selina, it'll be anything but conventional. You won't want to miss this final chapter of Tom King's Batman epic!

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myconius reviewed Batman / Catwoman #12 Jun 28, 2022
1.0

UHG!!! Who let's this idiot write Batman???

Such painfully pretentious melodramatic garbage!!

Art-wise- Flat, underdeveloped, rushed. But why bother wasting time fine-tuning art for a story this bad.

This is NOT Batman or Catwoman! I absolute hate the dialogue that King writes for these two. I'm not even sure who these imposters are, but i don't like them.
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Batman / Catwoman #12

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 29, 2022

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Batman and Catwoman! As our story concludes, the lovers prepare to take the next steps in their lives together by trading everlasting vows. The Bat/Cat wedding is here, and knowing Bruce and Selina, it'll be anything but conventional. You won't want to miss this final chapter of Tom King's Batman epic!

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Quinn reviewed Batman / Catwoman #12 Jun 28, 2022
1.0

That was it? Call Seinfeld, we finally got a comic about nothing. It took a year and a half to complete. And damned if I can say what it was about. Maybe I am too stupid, but Catwoman kills the Joker in the future? So what?

Andrea raised a kid the Joker stole? What was that even about? The art was nice, but King relied on all his tricks - using public domain writing to carry his load, d more

Batman / Catwoman #12

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 29, 2022

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Batman and Catwoman! As our story concludes, the lovers prepare to take the next steps in their lives together by trading everlasting vows. The Bat/Cat wedding is here, and knowing Bruce and Selina, it'll be anything but conventional. You won't want to miss this final chapter of Tom King's Batman epic!

Quinn reviewed Batman #124 Jun 7, 2022
3.0

This issue represents all that bothers me about modern comics. Nothings happens and characters have no voice of their own. They are pawns in a plot.

Basically Bats is in fake country where he was fighting Luthor’s Batman Inc. The character Abyss, about whom we have been told nothing, is scaring villains to get info. It turns out that this Abyss is a fake and is the female cop who was more

Batman #124

By: Joshua Williamson, Howard Porter
Released: Jun 8, 2022

In the aftermath of the Shadow War, Batman has returned to Gotham! But when he hears word of strange develop-ments in Badhnisia, he's forced to question...has Abyss returned? Or has a new hero been born in the dark?
And in the backup, Poison Ivy uncovers the troubling ramifications of the Gardener and Harley Quinn's actions dur-ing Fear State ...

Quinn reviewed Batman #123 May 3, 2022
5.0

The rating is just meant to be neutral because I haven’t read the other parts of the story. I will say the art lacks flow, making the action static. They spend 4 pages getting a nook to say there is a clue in Central City.

Spade gets jumped, but that leads to nothing. I don’t know who respawn is. I thought for a second that he was a Todd Macfarlane character. He is a Damian clone an more

Batman #123

By: Joshua Williamson, Howard Porter
Released: May 4, 2022

Batman and Robin are finally reunited! Together they will hunt for the truth behind the death of Ra's al Ghul! But then who is left to defend the Secret Society against the League of Shadows? Deathstroke's fight against the Demon's Shadow ends with a shocking cliffhanger! Plus, what happens when you get Deathstroke infected with Joker toxin? Find o...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #122 Apr 5, 2022
5.0

Don’t care about this issue. Part of some huge plot that I am not following. The art was nice, but the story ends with Bats kissing Talia.

Caution old man rant coming. You kids stay off my lawn.

My. Problem is that Talia is a terrible character. Terrible in both senses evil and poorly written. At first she. Hangs around her dad and calls Bats beloved and helps Bags escape d more

Batman #122

By: Joshua Williamson, Howard Porter
Released: Apr 6, 2022

Ra's al Ghul is dead, and Talia is out for revenge! Batman is on the case to find Deathstroke before Talia's elite killers do! But Batman starts to piece together that not everything is what it seems in Ra's's death...and knows whom he must interrogate to get answers...Talia herself! Can the two former lovers ever work togeth-er again? Plus, a back...

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Comics Code Authorities - Apr 19, 2022

That's why I haven't liked her for the last 20 or so years. She no longer has that kinder side O'Neil gave her 50 years ago. The one that actually disapproved of her father's cruel ways. These days she practically embraces them. And she thinks she's as "great" as her father and has molded their son into a yet even more arrogant spoiled brat. I lost any hope for a future between Batman and her when her character went downhill a couple of decades ago.

Quinn reviewed Batman #121 Mar 1, 2022
5.0

Great art, but a story that is all this happens and then this happens. Unfortunately nothing happens organically.

Batman wins because it is his book. We don’t see him develop his plan and we don’t get any clues. We are just told, not shown that Batman and his League of Ethnic stereotypes were on the ball and saw through Luthor’s plan. apparently they didn’t work with Batman but more

Batman #121

By: Joshua Williamson, Jorge Molina
Released: Mar 2, 2022

The deadly conclusion to the “Abyss” arc as Lex Luthor’s dangerous master plan for Batman Inc. is revealed. And an old ally returns to pull the lost Batman out of Abyss’s darkness and a new member of Batman Inc. rises! In the final chapter of “They Make Great Pets,” Maps finds the missing piece to the shocking and deadly mystery...with ...

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Quinn reviewed Batman / Catwoman #10 Feb 8, 2022
3.0

Like other critics, the 3 is for the art. The story is so bad that it lowers what should be a higher art score.

The “story” has a whole issue to progress, but the whole of the issipue could be reduced to one page. It spins its wheels and is lost thanks to a confusing multi-timeline format. And King has totally forgotten about Phantasm.

To be fair, so had I, but remembered more

Batman / Catwoman #10

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 9, 2022

Don’t mess with Catwoman! As our three storylines experience a rare moment of convergence, Selina fights for her life against The Joker and her own daughter, Batwoman. What secrets from her deadly friendship with the Clown Prince of Crime will cause this row between mother and child? Find out in an action-packed issue that proves this cat can fig...

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Merlyn - Feb 8, 2022

I liked that for once you quit the uncertainty and this time you definitely admitted you're not wrong.

Quinn - Feb 8, 2022

Hey, when people ask if I agree that water is wet, I have to say yes, no doubt about it.

Quinn reviewed Batman #120 Feb 1, 2022
4.0

Again, this all setup. Batman escapes from morgue by being transported in a body bag. Police are so stupid that they don’t look for a body sized man in a body bag. That’s bad writing. Batman and the female detective talk about Bat’s weakness and we learn he is aware of some problem with his eyes. That sounds dumb to me, jumping to a conclusion without evidence. It be his brain or some sort o more

Batman #120

By: Karl Kerschl, Mikel Janin
Released: Feb 2, 2022

“Abyss” part three! The new Batman Inc.’s heinous crimes have landed them in a high-security prison. Batman believes the only way to help his old allies is to break them out…but they don’t want his help! Meanwhile, Batman Inc.’s mysterious benefactor uses the chaos to enact their plans, but finds themselves lost in the dark against Abys...

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Mingthemerciless - Feb 7, 2022

Yeah Bruce yelling rather than intimidating is not what you'd expect. Granted his vision is inhibited and he's been blindsided by Abyss (yes I said it) but Bruce tends to stay in control of his emotions.

Quinn - Feb 8, 2022

Bingo. You get me. This is a man who quiet and in control. DC has been writing him lately as basically a child who is not sma, wise or experienced and that bothers me.

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Merlyn reviewed Batman / Catwoman #10 Feb 8, 2022
2.5

I've kind of run out of metaphors to say how bad this is. Just stupid ramblings on and on, Catwoman's voice is still just awful, nothing here works. There's the beginning of a revelation here, like that's all that matters, but I just cringe at everything else.

Batman / Catwoman #10

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 9, 2022

Don’t mess with Catwoman! As our three storylines experience a rare moment of convergence, Selina fights for her life against The Joker and her own daughter, Batwoman. What secrets from her deadly friendship with the Clown Prince of Crime will cause this row between mother and child? Find out in an action-packed issue that proves this cat can fig...

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SenpaifenixJäger - Feb 8, 2022

As you know I have stopped reading DC comics with the exception of two or three books. But I read a Russian acquaintance furious at the way Selina is personified here.

Merlyn - Feb 8, 2022

Yeah, I've cut down on a lot of DC and Marvel books too, the quality is waning lately.

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Robin reviewed Batman / Catwoman #10 Feb 8, 2022
1.0

When it was first announced, I honestly thought it was going to be a romance series setting up their marriage. You know, like what Rogue and Gambit had in Marvel.
I thought that would be pretty awesome even if it still has Tom as the writer. Finally a permanent status-quo change for once and we get to see Batman as a husband and all the interesting dynamics with Catwoman within the bat-famil more

Batman / Catwoman #10

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 9, 2022

Don’t mess with Catwoman! As our three storylines experience a rare moment of convergence, Selina fights for her life against The Joker and her own daughter, Batwoman. What secrets from her deadly friendship with the Clown Prince of Crime will cause this row between mother and child? Find out in an action-packed issue that proves this cat can fig...

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KFuqua reviewed Batman / Catwoman #10 Feb 8, 2022
1.0

Tom King is just an awful writer and he continues to prove it here. Beautiful artwork by Clay Mann is just wasted on this garbage.

Batman / Catwoman #10

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 9, 2022

Don’t mess with Catwoman! As our three storylines experience a rare moment of convergence, Selina fights for her life against The Joker and her own daughter, Batwoman. What secrets from her deadly friendship with the Clown Prince of Crime will cause this row between mother and child? Find out in an action-packed issue that proves this cat can fig...

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Merlyn reviewed Batman / Catwoman: Special #1 Jan 25, 2022
3.0

Tom King seems like the type of man unable to admit his mistakes. He screwed up the wedding between Batman and Catwoman, he continues to screw it up in the Batman/Catwoman book but somehow he still seems to insist "I got this, guys, I know how to write these two characters as a couple". We should all tell him "No, dude, you absolutely don't, let it fucking go!". And the saddest thing is he really more

Batman / Catwoman: Special #1

By: Tom King, Lee Bermejo
Released: Jan 26, 2022

Some great romances are destined to be. The Batman/Catwoman series shows readers the romance between Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle as it changed over their lives, but what about their connections from before they became costumed adventurers? This special one-off issue, meticulously illustrated by John Paul Leon (Batman: Creature of the Night), traces...

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TSMack - Jan 28, 2022

FWIW, I follow Gem Mint Collectibles on YouTube to hear his take on the week's new comics. He gave this one his Pick of the Week.

Merlyn - Jan 28, 2022

I don't follow any comic reviewers on YouTube but anyone who gave this comic Pick of the Week in an otherwise pretty good comic week must be a tad out of his mind.

Quinn reviewed Batman / Catwoman: Special #1 Jan 26, 2022
1.0

All of King’s usual tropes. Public domain works doing heavy lifting? Check.
Characters talking at each other instead of to each other? Check.
Split time line that makes it hard to follow a linear story. Double check.
Weird Joker/Catwoman relationship. Check.
Quick cut scenes that fail to give a story room to breath and ruin any sense of coherence? Check.
Being told inste more

Batman / Catwoman: Special #1

By: Tom King, Lee Bermejo
Released: Jan 26, 2022

Some great romances are destined to be. The Batman/Catwoman series shows readers the romance between Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle as it changed over their lives, but what about their connections from before they became costumed adventurers? This special one-off issue, meticulously illustrated by John Paul Leon (Batman: Creature of the Night), traces...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #119 Jan 4, 2022
5.0

This isn't a bad issue, but it is an issue whose plot tropes push my buttons. I am especially tired of the villain saying "you'll see things my way and we'll be allies" cliche.

The issue starts with Batman, the female detective and Lex Luthor talking. Lex explains why he funds Batman Inc. now that Bruce Wayne is broke. Sorry, I mean living in reduced circumstances.

This is st more

Batman #119

By: Karl Kerschl, Mikel Janin
Released: Jan 5, 2022

“Abyss” part two! For years Batman used the darkness as a weapon, but now a new enemy turns that darkness against him! Batman must team with Batman Inc.’s mysterious new benefactor to bring the deadly Abyss into the light! Wait…who is Batman Inc.’s new benefactor?

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Toonstrack - Jan 7, 2022

Wayne being broke is due to the Joker war in the previous run, its explained pretty elaborately there but the cliff notes version is a group of villains manipulated things to force Bruce Wayne to transfer virtually all of his assets, and/or have them repossessed.

Quinn reviewed Batman / Catwoman #9 Dec 22, 2021
2.5

Let me sum up what happens. Selina wants to get out of town, goes to the Penguin, who then turns her in to her own daughter. The end.

An entire issue that can be summed up with one sentence. What King doesn't do is actually explain why Selina had any sort of relationship with the Joker. He certainly doesn't make a compelling argument for why anyone would actually want to bring the kille more

Batman / Catwoman #9

By: Tom King, Liam Sharp
Released: Dec 22, 2021

Batman and Catwoman may have just gotten back together, but Joker is ready to complicate things by asking Selina for a favor that could lead to Batman’s demise! That’s not the only trick he has up his sleeve…he’s also hiding a secret that will drive Phantasm mad. Plus, Batwoman hunts down her own mother!

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TSMack - Dec 26, 2021

We'll probably find out that the Joker & Selena had a kid together. It sounds like something that King would do.

Quinn - Dec 26, 2021

I am afraid you’re right.

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Merlyn reviewed Batman / Catwoman #9 Dec 21, 2021
1.5

You could tell King was losing it big time when he wrote this, this is giving Bendis a run for his money at writing incoherent bullshit. Honestly, as a parody, this works. It's like a superhero porn parody and there is a scene where if you read it, you certainly can't contradict me. Unfortunately, that's not at all what this book wants to be, this actually takes itself very seriously, so the end r more

Batman / Catwoman #9

By: Tom King, Liam Sharp
Released: Dec 22, 2021

Batman and Catwoman may have just gotten back together, but Joker is ready to complicate things by asking Selina for a favor that could lead to Batman’s demise! That’s not the only trick he has up his sleeve…he’s also hiding a secret that will drive Phantasm mad. Plus, Batwoman hunts down her own mother!

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KFuqua reviewed Batman / Catwoman #9 Dec 21, 2021
1.0

I keep trying and this book just continues to be awful. I shouldn't be surprised because everything Tom King writes is garbage, but the art by Liam Sharp is also awful, which surprises me.

Batman / Catwoman #9

By: Tom King, Liam Sharp
Released: Dec 22, 2021

Batman and Catwoman may have just gotten back together, but Joker is ready to complicate things by asking Selina for a favor that could lead to Batman’s demise! That’s not the only trick he has up his sleeve…he’s also hiding a secret that will drive Phantasm mad. Plus, Batwoman hunts down her own mother!

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Weird Science Jim - Dec 22, 2021

I think Liam Sharpe's art fits some things better than others and being a fill-in for Clay Mann was an odd choice

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Afre reviewed Batman / Catwoman #9 Dec 21, 2021
4.0

Look, I don't read these just to bash them and complain that Tom King is a hack writer. I read these because I want to be surprised you know? That maybe all my time that I've poured in to this series wasn't for nothing.

After 9 issues I'm still waiting to be surprised.

Art was bad. I really didn't like it.

Writing? Eh. Just. Eh.

4/10 Tom, please do bette more

Batman / Catwoman #9

By: Tom King, Liam Sharp
Released: Dec 22, 2021

Batman and Catwoman may have just gotten back together, but Joker is ready to complicate things by asking Selina for a favor that could lead to Batman’s demise! That’s not the only trick he has up his sleeve…he’s also hiding a secret that will drive Phantasm mad. Plus, Batwoman hunts down her own mother!

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Dc Fan of Sorts reviewed Batgirls #1 Dec 16, 2021
2.5

The art wasn’t for me, but the story, or lack of one was a bit annoying. This feels like cloonan and Conrad trying to tap into the Batgirl of Burnside vibe from 2016-ish, but that ended up getting old fast so I don’t know why they would go there.

Batgirls #1

By: Becky Cloonan, Jorge Corona
Released: Dec 15, 2021

Um, hello-you didn’t actually think we’d keep you waiting this entire year without giving you the Batgirls series we’ve all been wanting for forever, right? No way, we love you too much-just like Batgirls Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, who are only able to navigate the dark, gritty, and oftentimes scary city of Gotham by leaning on the b...

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SenpaifenixJäger reviewed Batgirls #1 Dec 16, 2021
3.0


And this they are hitting the new target? art is ugly and what follows. I don't understand why putting everyone with freckles, is it to make them look more childish? well we all know that DC thinks that making all books homogenized for readers of thirteen will be bought for all. The story is very random, personally I got bored.

Batgirls #1

By: Becky Cloonan, Jorge Corona
Released: Dec 15, 2021

Um, hello-you didn’t actually think we’d keep you waiting this entire year without giving you the Batgirls series we’ve all been wanting for forever, right? No way, we love you too much-just like Batgirls Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, who are only able to navigate the dark, gritty, and oftentimes scary city of Gotham by leaning on the b...

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KFuqua reviewed Batgirls #1 Dec 14, 2021
1.0

Awful art and an uninteresting story.

Batgirls #1

By: Becky Cloonan, Jorge Corona
Released: Dec 15, 2021

Um, hello-you didn’t actually think we’d keep you waiting this entire year without giving you the Batgirls series we’ve all been wanting for forever, right? No way, we love you too much-just like Batgirls Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, who are only able to navigate the dark, gritty, and oftentimes scary city of Gotham by leaning on the b...

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Zazikarion reviewed Batgirls #1 Dec 15, 2021
3.5

Bad art, and a very bland story.

Batgirls #1

By: Becky Cloonan, Jorge Corona
Released: Dec 15, 2021

Um, hello-you didn’t actually think we’d keep you waiting this entire year without giving you the Batgirls series we’ve all been wanting for forever, right? No way, we love you too much-just like Batgirls Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, who are only able to navigate the dark, gritty, and oftentimes scary city of Gotham by leaning on the b...

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