Batwoman (comic)

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…