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Batwoman #18 cover by Dan Panosian

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

Batwoman and Renee Montoya have ambushed the ball which the Clock King has organized to sell his drug, Kairos. Kate rushes the Clock King but is kept back by Tockman’s clockwork robots. Batwoman dispatches the with ease, and she and Renee set their sites on the Clock King once again. Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco […]

Batwoman #17 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #17 Review: A Positive Turn for Kate Kane

Batwoman is back to policing the streets of Gotham with the help of Julia and a recovering Beth. Batman has the team working cold cases, and she is putting her best foot forward despite Bruce’s anger towards her. Meanwhile, Detective Renee Montoya is dealing with clockwork drug dealers running through the street with a new […]

Batwoman #16 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #16 Review: Bat vs. Bat Brilliance

Batwoman and Tuxedo One have stopped the plague of bats which Alice unleashed upon Gotham. However, Alice isn’t down, but Kate doesn’t want to see her sister locked away in Arkham Asylum. However, this threat has caught the attention of Batman, who is intent on seeing Alice locked away. This puts Kate and Bruce at […]

Batwoman #15 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #15 Review: The Bat Extinction-Level Event

Alice’s plague bats have been loosed upon Gotham City, and Batwoman is scrambling for a means of stopping the swarm before Gotham undergoes a pandemic. Kate turns back to Julia Pennyworth for help. Despite everything, Batwoman still wants to save her sister and purge Alice from her psyche. Batwoman continues to impress with its 15th installment […]


Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian

Batwoman #14 Review: Don’t Drink the Tea

Batwoman goes after Tahani and Beth. Beth has been made into Alice once again, and she and Tahani have killed the Many Arms of Death. However, their sights are now set on burning Gotham City to the ground as an act of revenge towards Kate Kane. Batwoman refuses to call for help. She wants to […]

Batwoman #13 cover by Dan Panosian

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

Batwoman returns to Brussels. Her sister, Beth Kane, has been kidnapped, possibly by Kate’s old flame Safiyah. Kate returns to her old home, where her mother and twin sister were killed, where her life spun out of control, and where the path to becoming Batwoman began. What will she find? This is a slow-burn comic, […]


A Love Worth Fighting For – Midnighter & Apollo #4

By Joe Glass [SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR MIDNIGHTER & APOLLO #4] Well now, this one is a doozy! For those needing a catch up (and really, why? You should ALL be picking up this book), Midnighter has descended into Hell to rescue Apollo, who was killed by the Mawzir and is now being held captive by […]