Batman: Detective Comics Volume 4 HC (The New 52) Hardcover – 8 Jul 2014
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"This is your go-to book."--"Entertainment Weekly "
"Detective Comics is head-spinningly spectacular from top to bottom.""--MTV Geek "
"The start to something truly great."--"IGN "
"A perfect transition into the medium."--"Complex Magazine"
"This is your go-to book." "Entertainment Weekly "
"Detective Comics is head-spinningly spectacular from top to bottom."" MTV Geek "
"The start to something truly great." "IGN "
"A perfect transition into the medium." "Complex Magazine""
"This is your go-to book."--Entertainment Weekly
About the Author
Once an editor for Wildstorm, John Layman turned to writing comics full-time in 2002 and mainly wrote for Marvel Comics. However, he is mostly known for his creator-owned titles at Image Comics, such as the graphic novel Puffed and the Eisner and Harvey Award-winning series Chew. He currently writes the monthly adventures of the Dark Knight in DETECTIVE COMICS.
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Wrath is a good villain because he was a strong adversary for batman however it was obvious who he was, it was obvious how the story was going to go and it was obvious what parts had interlinked behind the scenes.
Sadly that is all I have to write about Wrath because he just wasn't in its enough. The other major story is that of Man-Bat with Langstrom. I felt Langstrom was a heavily sympathetic character and it starts with the outbreak in the 900, then it goes to him running off (not huge spoilers) and his wife does something to help. It then jumps to after that event and keeps flitting a few weeks onwards looking to a crescendo which has been left for volume five. It was disappointing both because of the missing period and the the lack of a real finale for the story which was actually the main meat of this volume since Wrath was so lacking.
Four stars. Good volume better than a lot that has come out but lacked a fully developed story.
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