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Batwing #12 (My lord does not speak to me Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:48 am

Batwing brings along his JLI teammates (plus Nightwing) for an assault on the awesomely-bearded Lord Battle. This issue was pretty much a big old brawl with not much else happening, but it was enjoyable, especially as we got to see Judd Winick write a significant chunk of the cast of Generation Lost once more. The way in which Lord Battle was defeated was pretty standard, he had a connection to the country and it gave him his powers, so all they had to do was drop him onto another country. It would have been good if it had been explained why he had this connection, but hey. And then at the end it was revealed that the events of much of the series have been manipulated by a new villain, King Shadow, who looks pretty cool I guess. This book continues to be good, old-school fun, and as I said, seeing Winick back on the JLI was cool. Next month’s #0 promises to reveal how Batwing joined Batman Incorporated, didn’t we already see that?
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Zechs

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Postby Zechs » Sun Aug 05, 2012 2:01 pm

Punchy wrote:Batwing brings along his JLI teammates (plus Nightwing) for an assault on the awesomely-bearded Lord Battle. This issue was pretty much a big old brawl with not much else happening, but it was enjoyable, especially as we got to see Judd Winick write a significant chunk of the cast of Generation Lost once more. The way in which Lord Battle was defeated was pretty standard, he had a connection to the country and it gave him his powers, so all they had to do was drop him onto another country. It would have been good if it had been explained why he had this connection, but hey. And then at the end it was revealed that the events of much of the series have been manipulated by a new villain, King Shadow, who looks pretty cool I guess. This book continues to be good, old-school fun, and as I said, seeing Winick back on the JLI was cool. Next month’s #0 promises to reveal how Batwing joined Batman Incorporated, didn’t we already see that?


We only saw a few panels. Not the whole story.
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Draco x

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Postby Draco x » Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:30 pm

Batwing is one of the better Batbooks so far and this issue was enjoyable for the most part.

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