Batman, Incorporated #3
Detective Comics #11
Batman: The Dark Knight #11
Batman and Robin #11
Birds of Prey #11
Red Hood and the Outlaws #11
Batman: Arkham Unhinged #4
Batman Beyond Unlimited #6
I hope Blackfire stabs Outlaws in the back. Or front.
Getting Batwoman, Birds of Prey (that cover looks so bland, it totally matches Canary's bored expression), Batman Inc and maybe Outlaws, depending on my mood.
Wow, that'll be a lot of Bat-books 4 me.
Batwing, batman , nightwing,batman beyond for me.
You correct about that but I'm just not finding it entertaining enough that I can ignore the pacing problem and to top it off almost everything that happened in the story was something I saw coming. Nothing that happened here was a surprise to me and that is why I was disappointed. I was looking for something more or something different and this story, in my opinion, failed to deliver that. I would have been okay with it if the arc had been four issue but eight is a bit much when you can see the outcome long before the story is over.Originally Posted by ArnoldoADD
Current Top Ten Comics: Earth 2, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Talon, X-Men, Batman/Superman, Batman '66, Young Avengers, Larfleeze, Nightwing, Flash
Batman Inc 3
TDK 11 - going to give Huriwitz a chance, at least the first arc.
I'm pleasantly surprised that "Night of the Owls" proper will only be 4 issues in the Batman book. I expected it to be 6, or 7 to match the length of the first collected edition. (Though the whole saga is really issues 1-11 of the series, I guess...) I'm dubious about Snyder, but his story is fun enough for me to keep buying the series. VERY glad that the "Night" is only going to last a third of a year rather than half of the year, though.
On the other hand, GROAN that issue #11 of Batwoman still lacks JH Williams art, is still in the "Drown the World" arc, and is still going on about the missing children stuff.
Inc. looks great.
Inc., Batman, TDK and Batman Beyond for me. I really can't continue to get B&R because it seems superfluous when Inc. is back even though it's a solid title. Batwing seems to be wasting it's setting which is its greatest asset as a title. I'm willing to give Batman Beyond another chance because I like the direction the last couple of chapters have taken (bringing in Lucius Fox. Jr., did not care about bringing back Tim Drake).
batman: dark knight
batman & robin
SPACE FOR RENT!