Batwoman #8 review

Marguerite Bennett’s Batwoman fever dream not only continues, but takes it up a notch. With the Scarecrow fully working his chemicals on an imprisoned Kate, we see her disturbing memories of the…

Batwoman #7 review

Marguerite Bennett (going solo on this installment) writes Batwoman like a fever dream. It’s disorienting, the logic is nearly impossible to follow, and you come away with a vague sense of there…

Batwoman #6 review

Too soon this book seems to be entering a sophomore slump. With its first arc behind, it’s already committing artist-of-the-month inconsistency and taking story plunges that seem too radical (at least, certainly,…

Batwoman #5 review

The Many Arms of Death may be behind us, but as predicted, Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV remind us in “Blinding” that Kate’s experiences on Coryana will continue to shape her…

Batwoman #4 review

“Blackstar” concludes the Many Arms of Death storyline, but only in a manner of speaking.  Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV have left a number of critical plot elements hanging, no doubt…

Batwoman #3 review

Coryana is an island full of mysteries and Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV tease out bits and pieces of the puzzle as this exotic thriller continues to play out. In this…

Batwoman #2 review

Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV continue to build intrigue in this relaunch of Kate Kane’s story and it looks like we’re in for a slow burn. The title of this week’s…

Batwoman #1 review

It’s Batwoman’s first issue!  After her…first issue. But that was Rebirth and this is just her regular series. I’m not going to pretend that makes any sense at all, but if you’re…

Batwoman: Rebirth #1 review

Batwoman’s rebirth pulls no stops in this stunning opener that’s more a feast for the eyes than for the intellect–but that’s hardly a bad thing. If you have never read a Batwoman…

First Look: Batwoman Begins

Detective Comics has been, without question, one of the most successful books post-Rebirth and one of the best Batman books in recent memory.  The ensemble approach has been terrific with each member…