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Batwing #10 (A humorless dude Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:30 am

I’m really enjoying the global feel of this title, we start off in Africa, as Batwing stops some Pirates, but then we’re straight off to China for a team-up with Nightwing. And there’s also stuff happening in the USA too. The scale of the stories in this title makes what could be a pretty bog-standard superhero book into something a little more interesting. It’s good to see Batwing get more and more integrated with the rest of the Bat-family, and the scenes with him and Nightwing were very enjoyable, and I normally dislike Dick Grayson. It’s good to see the Penguin appear here too, in amongst all of the Owls, Batman’s original bird-based foe has been sort of forgotten, and I trust Winick to do a good job with the character, he works really well as a crime-lord, and it makes sense for him to be trying to make inroads in Africa. Marcus To’s art was strong and clean once again, I’m looking forward to seeing this dragon-dude in more detail next time.

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