This book is improving with every issue, and it really has become one of the sleeper hits of the New 52 for me. This issue continued it’s exploration of Batwing’s origins, showing his start in the Tinasha police force and his struggles with it’s corruption. We also see his first attempt at crime-fighting, and his first meeting with Batman. But it wasn’t all flashbacks, we also got a pretty extensive fight between Batwing and Massacre which included some pretty big hints as the the villain’s identity. Batwing seems convinced it’s General Keita, but I still reckon it’s his brother Isaac. It was announced this week that Marcus To would be taking over the artistic reigns of this book, and while I’m sure he’ll do a good job, I’ll certainly miss Ben Oliver, his depiction of Batwing’s armour is particularly good. It is pretty convenient that the remaining members of The Kingdom are in Gotham City, but hey.