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Batwoman #8 (2012)
Writers: J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman / Artist: Amy Reeder

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: April 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

7.0

out of 10

 

Batwoman takes on Falchion's myth creatures as they threaten "To Drown the World" in a story written by Williams III and Haden Blackman. The pieces of this time spanning adventure continue coalescing while answering questions and developing the characters and their relationships. Events from the massacre in issue #2 are elaborated on, Batwoman's dynamics with manipulative Agent Chase get the spotlight, and Kate keeps digging herself in a hole from which no one will be able to get her out of once all is said and done.

After almost two years of much fanfare, Amy Reeder's short-lived run in the title comes to its end. It is sad that creative differences did not allow the story to be delivered in its entirety with the consistency expected of such high-quality book. Her style, although very different from Williams III's, had its own charm and fit perfectly fine with the theme and tempo of this arc. Let's hope that Trevor McCarthy's won't have a disruptive effect on the story.


 






 
 



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