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he first two volumes of the smash-hit series are now available in one deluxe hardcover in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS: THE REBIRTH COLLECTION DELUXE BOOK 1! Batman and series co-star, and fan-favorite hero, Batwoman join forces to train new and familiar recruits in the fight to keep Gotham safe from an army of mysterious foes! Collects BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS issues #934-949 he first two volumes of the smash-hit series are now available in one deluxe hardcover in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS: THE REBIRTH COLLECTION DELUXE BOOK 1! Batman and series co-star, and fan-favorite hero, Batwoman join forces to train new and familiar recruits in the fight to keep Gotham safe from an army of mysterious foes! Collects BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS issues #934-949.


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he first two volumes of the smash-hit series are now available in one deluxe hardcover in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS: THE REBIRTH COLLECTION DELUXE BOOK 1! Batman and series co-star, and fan-favorite hero, Batwoman join forces to train new and familiar recruits in the fight to keep Gotham safe from an army of mysterious foes! Collects BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS issues #934-949 he first two volumes of the smash-hit series are now available in one deluxe hardcover in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS: THE REBIRTH COLLECTION DELUXE BOOK 1! Batman and series co-star, and fan-favorite hero, Batwoman join forces to train new and familiar recruits in the fight to keep Gotham safe from an army of mysterious foes! Collects BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS issues #934-949.

30 review for Batman: Detective Comics: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Christopher (Donut)

    I like deluxe editions in theory, only in this case maybe twice as much was only half as good. The first arc, "The Rise of the Batmen" was pretty good, followed by a ridiculous tie-in to the latest version of the Monster Men, which was unspeakably bad. Then came "The Victim Syndicate" which was half-assed and cringey, but there were a few pages of Stephanie Brown's soul-searching which I actually liked, although her ultimate decision made little sense (and judging from comments I've seen, I'm not I like deluxe editions in theory, only in this case maybe twice as much was only half as good. The first arc, "The Rise of the Batmen" was pretty good, followed by a ridiculous tie-in to the latest version of the Monster Men, which was unspeakably bad. Then came "The Victim Syndicate" which was half-assed and cringey, but there were a few pages of Stephanie Brown's soul-searching which I actually liked, although her ultimate decision made little sense (and judging from comments I've seen, I'm not the only person who thought so). It was cool for about a page, though: At any rate, I thought the good and the bad (not to say good and evil) were pretty evenly matched in this collection. The art was exceptional, except for the last two issues. I can't find examples of the best pages of this online, so here's an 'old school' cover:

  2. 4 out of 5

    Relstuart

    The extended Batman family is usually really cool. The different characters bring out a different side of Batman and let us see him working in different ways with people instead of being a Lone Ranger. That said, I did not like Batwoman or Stephanie Brown (Signal or Siren). In this book he defers to Batwoman, tells her he needs her, and that she has skills that he can't hope to match when it comes to training a team of allies as he begs her to help him out. Weird. I could see Brown developing in The extended Batman family is usually really cool. The different characters bring out a different side of Batman and let us see him working in different ways with people instead of being a Lone Ranger. That said, I did not like Batwoman or Stephanie Brown (Signal or Siren). In this book he defers to Batwoman, tells her he needs her, and that she has skills that he can't hope to match when it comes to training a team of allies as he begs her to help him out. Weird. I could see Brown developing into an interesting villain and I hope that is where this is leading.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Manni

    It's a mixed bag. Batman, Batwoman and Spoiler were quite interesting during most chapters. Instead of developing the rest of the team in an interesting way I had to deal with some ridiculously bad... "filler stories", which is still a polite way to put it. Overall a nice little read with great art, but some veeeery low lows. I'd also like to mention that the "night of the monster men" abomination only consists of the beginning and conclusion in this deluxe edition if I'm not mistaken. That was It's a mixed bag. Batman, Batwoman and Spoiler were quite interesting during most chapters. Instead of developing the rest of the team in an interesting way I had to deal with some ridiculously bad... "filler stories", which is still a polite way to put it. Overall a nice little read with great art, but some veeeery low lows. I'd also like to mention that the "night of the monster men" abomination only consists of the beginning and conclusion in this deluxe edition if I'm not mistaken. That was quite confusing. You have a huge cliffhanger followed by a two-sentence-description about what happened from there...wtf? That's not very "Deluxe".

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Spannend, etwas sehr pathetisch=heldenhaft, auch superheldenkritisch, vor allem aber: fantastische Artwork!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gwen

    Detective comics #934 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Detective comics #935 ⭐⭐⭐💫 I love it Me encantan la unión de estos los personajes Batwoman, prima de Batman, estuvo en el ejército pero la echaron por su gusto hacia las mujeres. Clayface, un actor que aspiraba a un Oscar pero por un terrible accidente su ADN se vuelve inestable y es convierte en barro líquido. Huérfana, hija de los mejores asesinos, su primer idioma fue la violencia. Spoiler, hija de un genio criminal y entrenada por Catwoman, impredecible en acción. Red Rob Detective comics #934 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Detective comics #935 ⭐⭐⭐💫 I love it Me encantan la unión de estos los personajes Batwoman, prima de Batman, estuvo en el ejército pero la echaron por su gusto hacia las mujeres. Clayface, un actor que aspiraba a un Oscar pero por un terrible accidente su ADN se vuelve inestable y es convierte en barro líquido. Huérfana, hija de los mejores asesinos, su primer idioma fue la violencia. Spoiler, hija de un genio criminal y entrenada por Catwoman, impredecible en acción. Red Robin, ex Robin, tiene una gran mente en la informática y en la pelea. Y no menos importante Batman, pero a él no necesita descripción. :)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cesar Leon

    Siempre me gustaran estas historia de la Batifamilia y mas cuando le Dan El liderato de la misma a alguien que no sea nuestro lider cotidiano. Batwoman lo hace increible a lo largo de estos 15 numeros no puedo esperar a seguir con esta historia.

  7. 5 out of 5

    C.T. Phipps

    DC comics made a huge error when they decided to trim the Bat Family of Cassandra Cain, Stephanie Brown, Damien Wayne (who is everywhere now), prevent Bruce from adopting his Robins as children, and remove things like the Helena Bertinelli Huntress. This pretty much killed my interest in buying new Batman comics even as these decisons were aimed at simplifying continuity as well as preventing from aging Batman. Except, Batman has had a thirteen year old son since THE 1930s. The concept of a "War DC comics made a huge error when they decided to trim the Bat Family of Cassandra Cain, Stephanie Brown, Damien Wayne (who is everywhere now), prevent Bruce from adopting his Robins as children, and remove things like the Helena Bertinelli Huntress. This pretty much killed my interest in buying new Batman comics even as these decisons were aimed at simplifying continuity as well as preventing from aging Batman. Except, Batman has had a thirteen year old son since THE 1930s. The concept of a "Ward" is called a "Foster Kid" now and I think we've moved past the point where Dick Grayson isn't considered Batman's son. The purge of supporting cast from Batman was vicious and I'm not this book restores as much as it could. The premise is Batman is building a Teen Titans-esque team of his various sidekicks over the years with many of the characters listed above (not including Huntress). Some of them had been reintroduced into continuity by Batman: Eternal and while that went off the rails, it's good to see much of their previous continuity has been restored. I understand Spoiler and Cassandra Cain (called "Orphan") now were radioactive for a time at DC for reasons which I find unfathomable. A more controversial part is that in this continuity, Batwoman (Kathy Kane) has been operating before most of these characters and is Batman's longest running equal in Gotham City. He's the guy he turns to in order to recruit them. I'm of mixed feelings about this because I like Batwoman just fine but she's a character that is way-way down my list of "people essential to the modern Batman mythos." The fact she's always been doing her own thing with almost no relationship to Batman is probably what's spared her the continuity wars of the past few years but it feels kind of "off" to put her in charge of Tim Drake and Cassandra Cain who have fought Ra's Al Ghul as well as Lady Shiva in epic storylines while she's mostly dealt with Alice in Wonderland-themed terrorists (not including the Mad Matter or Tweedle Brothers). Now? Now she's Bruce Wayne's cousin and the Queen of the Bat-Family which feels a wee bit forced. The opening plot for the story is also all about fighting Kathy Kane's father, who used to be her Alfred, but apparently now runs a Batman-inspired anti-terrorist group that is trying to take down the League of Assassins. This plot actually irritates me because not only does it makes ANOTHER parent into a supervillain (which is a weirdly common element in Rebirth--see Supergirl) but kills another favorite character just as they've been reintroduced. I mean, yes, they'll be back but already? What's the point of having a rebirth if we're needing another death. Wouldn't it be more interesting to have the Colony (the Batman anti-terrorist group) as unsteady allies and fight the League together?

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alek Hill

    Very entertaining book. With so many Batman stories out there it's really hard to know what's good, but I gotta think that everyone should give this one a chance. What made Batman: Detective Comics so good was the emotional aspect of its characters and theme. From Batwoman's struggle with leadership and being a part of Batman's family, Tim Drake trying to decide to continue being Red Robin or go to college, to Spoilers uncertainty if being a superhero is doing the most good. These were the parts Very entertaining book. With so many Batman stories out there it's really hard to know what's good, but I gotta think that everyone should give this one a chance. What made Batman: Detective Comics so good was the emotional aspect of its characters and theme. From Batwoman's struggle with leadership and being a part of Batman's family, Tim Drake trying to decide to continue being Red Robin or go to college, to Spoilers uncertainty if being a superhero is doing the most good. These were the parts of the book that I loved. The actual plot wasn't that bad either. "Rise of the Batmen" was interesting in principle; even if it was a bit predictable. The government developed a military unit based on Batman (super cool), but the enemy that they are made to fight Bat's says isn't real. Apparently the League of Shadows is a myth that the League of Assassins made up to take credit for any unexplained act of terror. So now the Batmen are about to kill people they suspect of being members of the LoS and Batman and crew have to stop them from killing innocent people. Really cool set up but I just don't get how a whole government agency can believe a threat exists and have a list of people they believe to be that threat and yet it not be real. "The Victim Syndicate" was the more meaningful Batman story and brought up some very good points. The people of Gotham are often caught in the crossfire of Batman. Would Gotham be better off without vigilantes? This story has a lot of character development for Spoiler, but that doesn't mean that Bat's and the rest of the gang are just warm bodies for the plot. They each in their own way have to answer the why do we fight question. And I loved the answer to it. In a perfect world sure they'd all be doing something else to help people, but the world's not perfect and it's not going to get better by them stopping. There only thing hindering this book is "The Night of the Monster Men" it's not the complete story and is a jump off point for other plots. Personally I think the premise of Monster Men just wasn't Batman and I just can't get myself to enjoy it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael Emond

    There's a review here (by Donut) that captures my feelings perfectly. The Rise and Fall of the Batmen was a great start to this volume. It is nice to see the Bat-Family working together and interact together. There was the old chestnut of "a character we have trusted for so long has betrayed us!" but it felt consistent to his personality. I loved the inclusion of Clayface int he Bat-Family, it injected some humour to this dour bunch. Also, I haven't really read a lot of Red Robin and it was nice There's a review here (by Donut) that captures my feelings perfectly. The Rise and Fall of the Batmen was a great start to this volume. It is nice to see the Bat-Family working together and interact together. There was the old chestnut of "a character we have trusted for so long has betrayed us!" but it felt consistent to his personality. I loved the inclusion of Clayface int he Bat-Family, it injected some humour to this dour bunch. Also, I haven't really read a lot of Red Robin and it was nice to see how he was distinct form the other Robins. The ending being overly melodramatic hurt the story (IMO) but at least the writer didn't wait years to "bring the character back to life". The Monster Men two-parter was a waste of paper. We only got a bit of the story with the missing parts filled in with a paragraph on the cover page. Regardless it was a really stupid story. The Victim Story...was...frustrating. It was one of those "ideas" that really irritated me while reading it. First - you have a gang of people that were hurt during Batman fights. Not because of Batman but because (for example) a stray bullet hit someone from Joker's gun or the Scarecrow used them to test their fear toxin. So Batman is supposed to feel bad about this? Should a fireman resign because someone died while he was trying to put out a fire? Why don't the "victims" blame the super-villain? So dumb. I really hate this trope I see in comics...The hero should stop being a hero because they cause more harm than good! In the imaginary world of DC the villains would still be villains, they don't just fight Batman. And during this, one of the Bat-Family has a crisis of faith (little known Spoiler) which is also irritating. So, a mixed bag. After reading this I really wish I could get a Batman story that had him having an adventure instead of fight a conspiracy or being in the middle of a gang war. Just some fun stories again.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Arthi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A great reintroduction to the batfam in the rebirth era. Normally I would say the ending of issue 939 was a copout, but honestly I think the Robins have suffered enough and it wouldn't kill us to keep one fully alive. The Night of The Monstermen story looked interesting, but in opposition to most collected editions, we only got to see the two parts that took place within Detective Comics and so neither saw the story begin nor end. I think they should've included all of the crossover comics that A great reintroduction to the batfam in the rebirth era. Normally I would say the ending of issue 939 was a copout, but honestly I think the Robins have suffered enough and it wouldn't kill us to keep one fully alive. The Night of The Monstermen story looked interesting, but in opposition to most collected editions, we only got to see the two parts that took place within Detective Comics and so neither saw the story begin nor end. I think they should've included all of the crossover comics that were involved in this plotline so we could see it through. I wasn't super interested in the Batwoman Begins story either, as I thought Batwoman: Elegy was a sufficient and much better retelling of it. What I liked: The initial story with the colony was great (and previously reviewed) but I really liked the victim syndicate storyline. I love seeing superheroes face the collateral damage they've caused as it brings a sense of realism to their somewhat fantastic life. I also appreciate the amount of time they dedicated to Stephanie grieving rather than just scooting past it. Another thing I liked about the storyline was that it had heroes question how good "the good fight" really is. Harper made a great hero out of Bluebird but she might actually be doing more good as a volunteer at Leslie's clinic. Tim also opted to help the world with his research at Ivy University (an Ivy League University?) rather than as Red Robin. I like questioning the idealism of superheroing and seeing people do good with the resources they have.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Clay Bartel

    Firstly to be fair I'm not a big fan of Batman unless he's with the JL or in some superman story. I'm a tim burton batman 89 and batman returns kinda bat fan. So for some of you that'll mean its time to stop reading my review... Picked this book up cause I'm loving superman's rebirth Action Comics run and the reborn and oz effect books. So I have read classic batman stories like the killing joke or hush or gotham by gaslight but those stories didn't do much for me and this one was even worse. It's Firstly to be fair I'm not a big fan of Batman unless he's with the JL or in some superman story. I'm a tim burton batman 89 and batman returns kinda bat fan. So for some of you that'll mean its time to stop reading my review... Picked this book up cause I'm loving superman's rebirth Action Comics run and the reborn and oz effect books. So I have read classic batman stories like the killing joke or hush or gotham by gaslight but those stories didn't do much for me and this one was even worse. It's about some evil bat army and for some reason clay face is a good guy. Ugh Once I finished reading the evil bat story some monster story started and the art took a huge dive. I do intend to go back and read the final story eventually. Crime syndicate story... I actually got big Hope's for it but apparently the evil bat story was the good one in this deluxe addition. It's so sad that I love batman on film in the Tim burton productions but can seem to enjoy him in his comics. Basically hate superman on film but love him in his comics. Probably not the right guy to review a batman comic but I keep trying to find a story that excites me... this just wants it. I hear Tom kings run on batman rebirth is strong so maybe I'll work my way towards his work...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    3.5 Stars We basically get two story arcs in this volume. In the first Batman forms his own Bat team with Red Robin, The Spoiler, Basil Karlo Clayface, Batgirl and Batwoman. A paramilitary force has infiltrated Gotham and basically plan on taking control of the city with a much more militant approach to crime than Batman and his group. There's a major death in this arc...sort of. The second arc deals with the Victim Syndicate, which is a super powered group formed by "victims" of crime aimed at Ba 3.5 Stars We basically get two story arcs in this volume. In the first Batman forms his own Bat team with Red Robin, The Spoiler, Basil Karlo Clayface, Batgirl and Batwoman. A paramilitary force has infiltrated Gotham and basically plan on taking control of the city with a much more militant approach to crime than Batman and his group. There's a major death in this arc...sort of. The second arc deals with the Victim Syndicate, which is a super powered group formed by "victims" of crime aimed at Batman. Their idea is without Batman, there wouldn't be deadly villains running around and people would be safer, so they want Batman to give up the cowl at all costs. I enjoyed the second arc a little better. The art is pretty strong throughout. I really think at this point Detective Comics Rebirth is a little stronger than Batman Rebirth was, so we'll see if this continues. Overall good, but not great.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Terry Murphy

    This hardcover deluxe volume was lent to my by a friend. Having been away from comics for the better part of a decade, I've missed quite a bit. This was one of my forays into DC's Rebirth Era, and what they have been doing with one of their flagship characters. Let's start with the most important thing: this isn't bad. Not by any stretch or measure. In fact, some of it, including the first and last arcs collected here, are really quite engaging. Tightly paced action surrounded by fun storylines th This hardcover deluxe volume was lent to my by a friend. Having been away from comics for the better part of a decade, I've missed quite a bit. This was one of my forays into DC's Rebirth Era, and what they have been doing with one of their flagship characters. Let's start with the most important thing: this isn't bad. Not by any stretch or measure. In fact, some of it, including the first and last arcs collected here, are really quite engaging. Tightly paced action surrounded by fun storylines that leave the characters in a different space than where you meet them. What stalls the book are the two arcs book-ended by the superior opening and closing stories. The kind thing to write would be that they aren't as exciting. The more honest thing is to state that they are bad. Like, genuinely boring and derivative. So, a mixed bag then, but not without value. Find it at a reduced price, and it is undoubtedly worth it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Justin Nelson

    This was pretty good! The first arc was fairly standard "gather the team" stuff. Not quite enough done to establish these characters in their Rebirth personas, though. And not enough interactions to create intriguing character development. The are was okay, a bit uneven. The second arc was much better. Some good exploration into the relationship between vigilantes and the people they claim to protect. Still a bit surface-level (for being multiple parts) but a good place to start for pushing back This was pretty good! The first arc was fairly standard "gather the team" stuff. Not quite enough done to establish these characters in their Rebirth personas, though. And not enough interactions to create intriguing character development. The are was okay, a bit uneven. The second arc was much better. Some good exploration into the relationship between vigilantes and the people they claim to protect. Still a bit surface-level (for being multiple parts) but a good place to start for pushing back on Batman as a symbol. The art finds its groove more here, too. The final 2 parter looks beautiful, has some good character development, and even gives some weight to the fallout of the terrible Night of the Monster Men crossover. The next two arcs are supposed to be series high in the Rebirth era, so I look forward to continuing it eventually.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    Another superb volume in the DC Rebirth collection of Book 1 hardcovers. Tynion provides a different Batman dynamic than the solo book written by Tom King. Batman recruits Batwoman to train younger members of the Bat family to combat crime across Gotham. A number of plotpoints call back to the work done by Snyder which are greatly appreciated. Batwoman has been a highlight in the series in particular with a great look and personality. While her close personal connection to Batman seems a like to Another superb volume in the DC Rebirth collection of Book 1 hardcovers. Tynion provides a different Batman dynamic than the solo book written by Tom King. Batman recruits Batwoman to train younger members of the Bat family to combat crime across Gotham. A number of plotpoints call back to the work done by Snyder which are greatly appreciated. Batwoman has been a highlight in the series in particular with a great look and personality. While her close personal connection to Batman seems a like too convenient but she adds much to the narrative. The diverse cast is a real strong point of this book and allows for a lot of storytelling potential. I hope they resolve the early disappearance of a major character in the next volume. His absence is greatly missed. Keep up the solid work!

  16. 5 out of 5

    J.J Flores

    Rise of the batmen: Batwoman's father will try to separate her from Bruce and his whole new squad (Spoiler, Red Robin, Orphan and Clayface), there's also Tim Drake's dead in this arc The victim syndicate:A group of people that has taken damage by all of Batman's fights will try to take revenge and kill him, Spoiler will separate from the crew because she thinks that Batman is the cause of all of the people casualties, we can see Tim Drake kidnapped by a mysterious guy (also seen in action comics) Rise of the batmen: Batwoman's father will try to separate her from Bruce and his whole new squad (Spoiler, Red Robin, Orphan and Clayface), there's also Tim Drake's dead in this arc The victim syndicate:A group of people that has taken damage by all of Batman's fights will try to take revenge and kill him, Spoiler will separate from the crew because she thinks that Batman is the cause of all of the people casualties, we can see Tim Drake kidnapped by a mysterious guy (also seen in action comics). Batwoman begins: As the title suggests, some throwbacks are thrown to the past so we can see Cassandra's first steps as she follows Batman, but after this we can continue the story as The Colony tries to rescue Kane, they also steal a monster formula created by Hugo Strange. This is by far the best comics in the rebirth era, James Tynion is making a pretty good job as well as the people that draws this stories. Also I skipped the crossover from the monster men because is trash, but skipping it, this thee arcs are the best of the best.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ming

    I'm just beginning to dip my toes into the whole Rebirth thing, and so far, I'm enjoying it. There's some very solid writing that is not afraid to reduce the action in favour of emotional beats, which is very welcome. I skipped the Monster Men rubbish in the middle because I'd already read it (and hated it), but I think it was very pointless to include it in this book because (a) it has its own collected edition, and (b) it was just the chapters that were published in Detective Comics and they do I'm just beginning to dip my toes into the whole Rebirth thing, and so far, I'm enjoying it. There's some very solid writing that is not afraid to reduce the action in favour of emotional beats, which is very welcome. I skipped the Monster Men rubbish in the middle because I'd already read it (and hated it), but I think it was very pointless to include it in this book because (a) it has its own collected edition, and (b) it was just the chapters that were published in Detective Comics and they don't make a whit of sense without the other chapters. (Actually, scratch that, the entire crossover doesn't make a whit of sense) The art is really, really good though, all the way through.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Hoover

    I prefer Batman as more of a Lone Ranger than working with a team. Too many heroes bogs it down. Except I would love to see more of Orphan. She could be amazing! This book was way too focused on Batwoman. I like Batwoman, but in her OWN book. I hate Monster Men, so that wasn’t my favorite storyline. It’s a good book, but not the best. The artwork was fantastic, but I prefer the black-on-black-on-black batsuit. The purple, blue and gray isn’t nearly as visually appealing, which is one of the thin I prefer Batman as more of a Lone Ranger than working with a team. Too many heroes bogs it down. Except I would love to see more of Orphan. She could be amazing! This book was way too focused on Batwoman. I like Batwoman, but in her OWN book. I hate Monster Men, so that wasn’t my favorite storyline. It’s a good book, but not the best. The artwork was fantastic, but I prefer the black-on-black-on-black batsuit. The purple, blue and gray isn’t nearly as visually appealing, which is one of the things I enjoy most about Batman.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Will Cooper

    Nice! Loved the first arc with the Bat-Family vs the Colony. Very fun exploration of how this team can work together and kinda hints to Morrison's Batman Incorporated, which was a very good idea. Monster Men tie ins were fun. Nice. Cool. Deal. The last arc with the Victims was good, but there were a couple things I wasn't a huge fan of, with a certain character deciding to start their own side. But overall, this was enjoyable and explored the collateral of Batman & Co's actions. Nice! Loved the first arc with the Bat-Family vs the Colony. Very fun exploration of how this team can work together and kinda hints to Morrison's Batman Incorporated, which was a very good idea. Monster Men tie ins were fun. Nice. Cool. Deal. The last arc with the Victims was good, but there were a couple things I wasn't a huge fan of, with a certain character deciding to start their own side. But overall, this was enjoyable and explored the collateral of Batman & Co's actions.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    I think I just don't like the teaminess of the title (I also don't like Batwoman), having recently read Knightfall and other issues from that time, I think I was expecting something different from the title. Maybe it will grow on me, though. The second arc (Victim Syndicate) was better than the first (IMO), I'm most interested in what's going on with Tim Drake (and that's what gets the least attention). I think I just don't like the teaminess of the title (I also don't like Batwoman), having recently read Knightfall and other issues from that time, I think I was expecting something different from the title. Maybe it will grow on me, though. The second arc (Victim Syndicate) was better than the first (IMO), I'm most interested in what's going on with Tim Drake (and that's what gets the least attention).

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tom

    An absolutely amazing read!!! While it started off slowly, it soon picked up pace and was a very well written, beautiful drawn and emotional ride. I love the aspect of fleshing out the Batfamily (including an unexpected member in Clayface) and I can't wait to read the second volume. My only complaint is that we don't have more members (please add Azrael, Bluebird, The Signal, Gotham Girl, Strix & Hawkfire to the team in the future)!!! No filler issues, and was never bored. 5 Stars!!! An absolutely amazing read!!! While it started off slowly, it soon picked up pace and was a very well written, beautiful drawn and emotional ride. I love the aspect of fleshing out the Batfamily (including an unexpected member in Clayface) and I can't wait to read the second volume. My only complaint is that we don't have more members (please add Azrael, Bluebird, The Signal, Gotham Girl, Strix & Hawkfire to the team in the future)!!! No filler issues, and was never bored. 5 Stars!!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    The DC Rebirth is off to a strong start in this volume of Detective Comics. Batman assembles a team of former sidekicks and also rans into a well oiled machine and a great read and look into the Batuniverse. Well worth checking out for any Batman or teambook fan. Superior to the first volume of King's rebirth Batman. The DC Rebirth is off to a strong start in this volume of Detective Comics. Batman assembles a team of former sidekicks and also rans into a well oiled machine and a great read and look into the Batuniverse. Well worth checking out for any Batman or teambook fan. Superior to the first volume of King's rebirth Batman.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Diana Luna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mi primer (especie de...) comic. Me gustó, y me llamó mucho la atención Cassandra Cain.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Juan

    En realidad está muy bien pero lo de meter una historia que forma parte de la continuidad a medias es muy molesto y desconcertante.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cyril

    3.49 stars Okay but overhyped. I didn't understand what all the fuzz about JT's run is about 3.49 stars Okay but overhyped. I didn't understand what all the fuzz about JT's run is about

  26. 5 out of 5

    Erick

    4.5 stars

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ronny Trøjborg

    A.MA.ZING! :-0

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rocco Ricca

    Rise of the Batmen- 3.5/5 Monster Men - (skipped) Victim Syndicate - 3/5 Batwoman year one - 2/5

  29. 5 out of 5

    Simon Farrow

    Not only is this the best Bat related title DC are currently publishing, it's also the best Rebirth book as well. Not only is this the best Bat related title DC are currently publishing, it's also the best Rebirth book as well.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Lorenz

    934-940, Rise of the Batmen, ☆☆☆☆ 941-942, Night of the Monster Men, ☆☆☆ 943-947, The Victim Syndicate, ☆☆☆☆ 948-949, Batwoman Begins, ☆☆☆☆

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