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Batwoman #18 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #18 Review: A Photo Finish to a Beautiful Comic Series

Batwoman dispatches the with ease, and she and Renee set their sites on the Clock King once again.[caption id="attachment_901977" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #18 cover by Dan Panosian[/caption]Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco finish their Batwoman run with a masterpiece of an issue While the Clock King may not seem like the most poignant villain to end[...]

Batwoman #17 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #17 Review: A Positive Turn for Kate Kane

It’s a strange alteration for a few reasons, but I want to see this rehabilitation stick.[caption id="attachment_891550" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #17 art by Fernando Blanco and John Rauch[/caption]Fernando Blanco’s artwork continues to be a unique perk to this book His work looks a bit different in the generally brighter lighting of this issue, but it[...]

Batwoman #16 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #16 Review: Bat vs. Bat Brilliance

This puts Kate and Bruce at an impasse, and it may just come to blows.[caption id="attachment_868553" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #16 cover by Dan Panosian[/caption]Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco do it again with this issue of Batwoman Getting to see Batwoman and Batman duke it out is cool enough on the surface; the execution of said[...]

Batwoman #15 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #15 Review: The Bat Extinction-Level Event

Obviously, there are skilled writers that can put A-List characters through good arcs, but there seems to be a pressure to keep certain qualities for which those characters are known.[caption id="attachment_850438" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #15 art by Fernando Blanco and John Rauch[/caption]Fernando Blanco’s artwork continues to be a cold and succinctly detailed unnerving style with[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of April 17th, 2018: One Bat Flies and the Other Falters

While the issue was far from bad, it did leave me missing the better issues of the run. Damian Couceiro does some good work on the art, but it's not enough to make this issue memorable.[caption id="attachment_830474" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian[/caption]Win: Batwoman #14 Shows Why This Series Deserves More AttentionMarguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco put together[...]

Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #14 Review: Don't Drink the Tea

Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco put together a tight, brutal, and enthralling story here Between the family and romantic backdrop, the bioweapons, and the lengthy duel between Kate and Tahani, this book had me absorbed from beginning to end.Bennett’s Batwoman has often succeeded on its focus on keeping things personal for Kate Kane, and that[...]

Batwoman #13 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #13 Review: An Effective Take on Subtle Superhero Horror

However, it still leaves me interested in where this book is going.[caption id="attachment_816945" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batwoman #13 art by Fernando Blanco and John Rauch[/caption]Fernando Blanco provides the oppressive and tense atmosphere to make this comic work The house is creepy on its own, but the extra details make it even better and are hidden enough[...]


A Love Worth Fighting For – Midnighter & Apollo #4

Neither Midnighter nor Apollo are prepared to sit back and accept their fate, nor will they let it stand when their hard fought for love is endangered.[caption id="attachment_596602" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Fernando Blanco and Romula Fajardo Jr.[/caption]This is an Orpheus tale, but it is a pro-active Orpheus tale It's one which shows how powerful[...]