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Batman Detective Comics #1

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DC’s flagship title is relaunched for the first time ever, with new Batman adventures from acclaimed writer/artist Tony S. Daniel! A killer called The Gotham Ripper is on the loose on Batman’s home turf—leading The Dark Knight on a deadly game of cat and mouse.


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DC’s flagship title is relaunched for the first time ever, with new Batman adventures from acclaimed writer/artist Tony S. Daniel! A killer called The Gotham Ripper is on the loose on Batman’s home turf—leading The Dark Knight on a deadly game of cat and mouse.

30 review for Batman Detective Comics #1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lᴀʏᴀ Rᴀɴɪ #BookDiet2019

    Here we are again as I officially open the second wave of my Batman Comics Diet for the months of October to December this year! Three months of everything Batman once more! I'm starting with the New 52 Detective Comics written and illustrated by Tony S. Daniel. Personally, I started reading bits and pieces of the more recent ones of this series which were penned by John Layman about the Emperor Penguin storyline and quite enjoyed that. I wondered about Tony Daniel writing this series because th Here we are again as I officially open the second wave of my Batman Comics Diet for the months of October to December this year! Three months of everything Batman once more! I'm starting with the New 52 Detective Comics written and illustrated by Tony S. Daniel. Personally, I started reading bits and pieces of the more recent ones of this series which were penned by John Layman about the Emperor Penguin storyline and quite enjoyed that. I wondered about Tony Daniel writing this series because this would be the very first comic book I will ever read of him. I was actually more appreciative of his artwork. That was instantly what got me hooked with his first two issues. It's been two months since I took a break to read Vertigo's Hellblazer so I'm still trying to gain my momentum in my Batman readings this week. Upon reading the first issue for Detective Comics, I had to keep myself focused in the story because I keep trying to figure out about the timeline and continuity of this one (considering I've read all of Snyder's Batman and Tomasi's Batman and Robin in my first wave and I was more immersed in their material) and just decided to go "Fuck it, the Joker's still here and has yet to disappear as what was established later on in Snyder's Death Of the Family and Batman is basically still pursuing him. Get with the program, Eka." After conditioning myself with that, I was finally able to enjoy myself--to a certain extent. The thing about this first issue was that the illustrations are outstanding. I "Ooh"-ed and "Ahh"-ed almost every time I turned a page. Every action sequence felt dynamic and it's not every day for me to encounter a comic book whose pictures are enough to tell the story. But that's probably because, in a way, Daniel's artwork fared better than the actual writing itself. I'm not entirely convinced that the tonality of his narrative suited a Batman story. There was something conceited and self-aware about it that made me pause every now and then, wondering why that particular dialogue box or narration was placed in that page at all. Maybe I'm being too hard because overall it was a great, daring adventure. Batman chases leads about the Joker. Bruce Wayne has a new girlfriend who is also a journalist. And we get the Dollmaker as the other main villain for the plot that Daniel is crafting for his line-up. It's pretty cool, I can give him that, but the characterizations of our hero and the supporting cast have yet to impress me or at least give me something to discuss in length for this review. What made me giggle and uncomfortable at the same time was that brief monologue from Batman as he contemplated why the Joker was naked when he found him in the beginning pages. He then had followed it up with the most awkward question ever: DOES THE JOKER ALWAYS TAKE OFF HIS CLOTHES BEFORE HE COMMITS A CRIME? I had to do a double-over to make sure I fucking just read that. To be fair, that's not really the exact statement but it might as well have been the unintended interpretation. Here is the said panel: This issue ended nicely with that memorably disgusting spread of the Joker's face being surgically removed by the Dollmaker. I almost forgot how gross it was. For that ending shot, I'm giving this issue a higher rating than I'm supposed to. I'll try to be fair because it's the first issue after all. I definitely want to see what Daniel intends to do next. RECOMMENDED: 8/10 DO READ MY BATMAN COMICS REVIEWS AT:

  2. 5 out of 5

    B.M.B. Johnson

    5 Stars for Story - a billion and a half stars for creepiness. It's no spoiler to say right off the bat (partial pun intended), that the Joker intentionally has someone cut off his face!! Are you flipping kidding me?! It's just hanging there nailed to the wall. How am I supposed to get that image out of my head??? To top it off, we don't find out the who or the why -- the book ends with a story about the penguin. I guess I'll have to read volume two now (with ALL of the lights on in the house.)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debsuvra Ghosh

    An intriguing start to the series 'Death of the Family', can't wait to see the rest.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    4.0 - If I had any fear that the opening issue of DC’s namesake book wasn’t going to live up to its “Detective” moniker, it was quickly quelled. Tony Daniels’ plot has each player running their own game while they play in others’ – the Commissioner in Batman’s, the police in Joker’s, and Joker in that of a mysterious attacker and benefactor. The result is a book where nothing happening is something. Yes, we get fight scenes and explosions, but they’re almost beside the point. The point is followin 4.0 - If I had any fear that the opening issue of DC’s namesake book wasn’t going to live up to its “Detective” moniker, it was quickly quelled. Tony Daniels’ plot has each player running their own game while they play in others’ – the Commissioner in Batman’s, the police in Joker’s, and Joker in that of a mysterious attacker and benefactor. The result is a book where nothing happening is something. Yes, we get fight scenes and explosions, but they’re almost beside the point. The point is following each player as they manipulate the others to the last page, and then going back to the beginning to follow them again on re-read. A solid debut with truly spectacular art and a terrifying final image. Read More @ http://crushingkrisis.com/2011/09/dc-...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vasilisa

    Being so short didn't stop this comic book from making me loving it! The graphics are amazing. The characters are so well written. Especially Joker: he is presented as this classic creepy, dangerous and hilarious Joker we all know and love (which doesn't happen a lot lately). And what a cool ending! I'm in need of continuation.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    I have not read this book yet but I have a feeling that this looks like a good book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Philharmonic EightThirty

    BACK IN BLACK! I'm really getting into the relaunches of DC's iconic super-heroes, The New 52! I'm no Batman expert but I really thought this issue was awesome. The fresh look is gangster and darkishly gritty which makes turning the pages a wowing experience. A great start! I am now a follower of the Dark Knight! A STAUNCH RELAUNCH!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ash Waiwaiole

    That ending!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rob

    What an ending!

  10. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Jokers new scheme involves cutting off his own........

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kishan Mrug

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karlton

  13. 5 out of 5

    Austin

  14. 5 out of 5

    Roberahailu

  15. 4 out of 5

    Fintroop

  16. 5 out of 5

    Hari

  17. 5 out of 5

    Meaghan

  18. 5 out of 5

    Piyush Sahu

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sam Woof

  21. 5 out of 5

    Khaled Shalabi

  22. 4 out of 5

    vikram

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Frye

  25. 5 out of 5

    Abdelrhman hammad

  26. 5 out of 5

    McClyde Clifton III

  27. 5 out of 5

    Richard

  28. 4 out of 5

    Fabiano Rodriguez Aguilera

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cheses

  30. 5 out of 5

    Acaida Ann Wildes

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