Batman Eternal #4

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Batman Eternal #4

Written by: Scott Snyder 

Art by: Dustin Nguyen 

Cover by: Jason Fabok 

Released: April 30, 2014 

A weekly book can be pretty tough. We’ve seen DC try it twice in the past with some mixed results. However, one month into BATMAN ETERNAL, this book feels like it has a good direction and is way more than just another Batman book. If anything, this book should be called “Gotham Eternal” because it covers so much more than what Batman is up to.

The main focus of this story is Barbara dealing with her father’s incarceration after the events of issue #1. The opening courtroom scene is a hard one to read for any James Gordon fan as there seems to be no justice for the character because there’s no real proof that the train crash wasn’t his fault.

Barbara does what any person would do when someone you love and care about is falsely accused of something, beats the heck out of some low level thugs. Well, maybe only vigilantes do that. The reader can easily become empathetic with the character through her struggles here. It’s a very satisfying opening to the book. With that being said I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue. 


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Batman Eternal #3

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Batman Eternam #3

Written by: Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV

Art by: Jason Fabok 

Cover by: Jason Fabok 

Released: April 23, 2014 

This series is kicking off in a good start. In this issue we see batman trying to figure out who set all this up and made it look like Gordon shot an unarmed man. Batman knows it’s all related to Falcon. Yes he’s back after 5 years of hiding he’s back and he wants to take the city back. We also see the mayor appoint him as the commissioner and that can be a bad thing for batman. 

This issue was really good we see a preview of the war that’s going to be raging for Batman. This issue was suspenseful and intense. The artwork was really good. I like the dark tone they give batman which is rely cool, with all that being said I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue.

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Batman eternal #2

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Batman Eternal #2

Written by: Scott Snyder 

Art by: Jay Fabok 

Cover by: Jay Fabok 

Released: April 16, 2015 

The framework of this issue revolves entirely around Jim Gordon and Batman’s attempts to learn the truth about the accident. In that, Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV’s delivery of this issue is quite solid. Throughout this issue, we are introduced to fourteen supporting characters, two villains, and a very surprising character that will have fans talking. These characters are an interesting mix of Gotham citizens, bat-allies, and more.

While we are all too briefly introduced to these characters, it’s clearly a promise that many of these characters will be a priority for this series. It was certainly a fun rush to see all of these characters on display, but it might have been better to hold off on revealing some of them in order to focus more on one or two. This is a weekly series after all, so we really wouldn’t have had to wait that long for other characters to get their spotlight. In all this issue was solid. I would rate this issue a 8.5/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling. 

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Batman Eternal #1

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Batman eternal #1

Written by: Scott Snyder 

Art by: Jay Fabok

Cover by: Jay Fabok 

Released: April 9, 2014

The first issue places its focus on a very important group: the GCPD. Snyder and Tynion begin by introducing us to new character, Detroit cop Jason Bard. Not only is he a new arrival to the Batman mythos, but to the city of Gotham itself. He is introduced as a character who might be a touch innocent, but one who also has experience and recognizes Gotham as a city of cautious beauty. We are also reintroduced to Major Forbes, a Gotham cop who clearly falls in line with some of the more corrupt elements of the GCPD.

The only Batman book that I have read is the Dark Night Returns and I thought that was good so I thought about reading more Batman Comics. For the first issue it was pretty amazing! This issue quickly grabs your attention and hooks you. This issue was just amazing and the artwork is just as good to! In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue! 

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