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Batwing #11 (2012)
Writer: Judd Winick / Artist: Marcus To

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: July 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

6.5

out of 10

 

Last time, Batwing and Nightwing were in Beijing tracking the whereabouts of a nuclear scientist, when they came across a group of mercenaries and Long, the dragon. The premise sounded good enough, but for some reason the fight against Long is cut short before it even has time to begin. The focus then turns to Matu Ba, who, for all intents and purposes is Batwing's Alfred. Matu travels to Tundi, where he discovers dirty secrets of the secretive nation.

Without a doubt, the charm of the issue lies in Marcus To's artwork; it is clean, crisp, and unpretentious, with lots of dynamic and splashy panels, and the magic touch of Brian Reber's colors. The titular character gets a bit lost in the story between Nightwing and Batman's guest appearances and the disruptive subplot involving Matu Ba. Next issue will not improve things as the JLI joins the conflict; however, if it helps bring attention to Batwing, it is a compromise worth reaching.


 






 
 



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