"Truly a work of art." - "USA Today" "The most satisfying read of the new DC 52." - "The New York Times" "Visually stunning." - "Entertainment Weekly" "Absolutely enjoyable. . . Batwoman has the bragging rights of the best all around artistic team on any of DC's New 52. From Williams to Dave Stewart on colors and Todd Klein on letters, these guys are as pro as it gets and it shows. Batwoman...is a tour de force of superheroics, mystery, and sheer artistic glory" - "IGN," 9.0 rating "Put away your misconceptions about female heroines and pick up this book." -"Complex Magazine" "Make no mistake about it, the plots handled by Blackman and Williams are fantastic, but it's Williams' art that's the real highlight here...these pages could be hung up in a museum." - "Complex Magazine" "Gorgeous, stylized and unique...the story's pretty much non-stop." - "Publishers Weekly" "The bottom line: it is an excellent book." - "PopMatters" "There is action, detective work, personal conflict born of both romance and animosity, and internal discord rooted in hubris, innocence, and wrath. In short, this series has the makings of an all-time classic." - "IGN" "J.H. Williams' art is still just as stunning as it ever was. Highly recommend for Bat-fans." - "Ain't It Cool News" "The kind of evocative writing that could open a great horror movie or novel. And the art is painterly and gorgeous." -"Time Out Chicago" "This is graphic storytelling unlike any other book on the stands right now...every new page is another rousing success. Seriously rousing: I want to cheer when I read this book, it's so good." - "The Onion AV Club" "It's an astounding usage of the comics medium." - "Comic Book Resources" "Williams and co-writer W. Haden Blackman show exactly how one relaunches a title for new and old readers...Simply put, BATWOMAN is the superhero comic, perfected." - "Newsarama"
About the Author
J.H. Williams entered the comics field in 1991 and immediately began getting attention for his finely crafted work on such titles as "Batman," "Starman" and "Seven Soldiers of Victory." William's went on to co-create and pencil the hit series "Promethea" with comics legend Alan Moore. His recent works include "Batman: The Black Glove" with Grant Morrison and "Batman: Detective" with Paul Dini.