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Detective Comics #10 (2012)
Writer: Tony S. Daniel / Artist: Ed Benes

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: June 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

7.0

out of 10

 

After a couple of standalone installments, Detective follows up on the events of the arc that ran in issues 4-6. After a disturbing incident in Gotham's business district, Batman follows the clues to Hugh Marder, who had been introduced earlier in the series, and whose character has been slowly simmering to reach what seems to be a significant development in this issue.

The Cape Crusader also comes face to face with Mr. Toxic, one of Penguin's associates who first appeared in issue #5 as Gas Man. Whether this change in name is accidental or intentional, remains to be seen, but the presence of this retro looking villain -as well as Ed Benes' modified style- brings out the vintage feel of the book. The only objection with this issue was the part involving Bruce and Charlotte; maybe there will be more to her story later on, but this interim resolution was definitely weak.

 






 
 



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