It may seem like an odd choice for Batwoman #0 to be a Batman story rather than a Batwoman one, but it's actually a brilliant way to introduce the character to new readers. If there's one thing that can prevent a story of nothing but exposition not feel clunky, it's Batman narration. Just think about how this would have turned out if Batwoman herself were giving the narration? Not so nice, right?
There's not much of a story here, and there isn't meant to be, but the art is fantastic, both from Williams and Reeder. I was already sold on Batwoman, and this book didn't do anything to change my mind, but I do think it will serve as a fine introduction for readers unfamiliar with the character.
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