Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 3: League of Shadows by James Tynion IV

Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 3: League of Shadows

The sweeping new chapter in writer James Tynion IV’s acclaimed saga—featuring a league of talented artists including Marcio Takara (THE FLASH) and Christian Duce (BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL)—is here, in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS VOL. 3: LEAGUE OF SHADOWS.Batwoman, an accomplished crime-fighter who’s overcome the darkest of betrayals. Clayface, a reformed villain whose potenti...

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Batman: Detective Comics, Vol. 3: League of Shadows Reviews

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.If I had to bet money on the Batman-related Rebirth series that would thrive first between James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics run and Tom King’s Batman run, I would’ve thought Tynion IV was on track to delivering the better content. W...
  • James DeSantis
    This is right around a 3.5. I think Detective Comics remains engaging and fun throughout it's series run though the best part is still the first arc for me. This one brings in the league of shadows. For some odd reason Batman believes they aren't real. Then we find out why he believes that. Then we ...
  • Blindzider
    This volume focuses mostly on Orphan/Cassandra, with Tynion trying to develop a character that doesn't speak, no easy feat. He pulls it off well, and with lots of action, so this arc was fairly well rounded with the exception of not a lot of Batman. Primarily at the end, there's a tidbit at the end ...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    [Read as single issues]Here they come to wreck the day/town/entire Bat family - it's the League Of Shadows!This six part story brings the League of Shadows as well as their illusive leader Lady Shiva to Gotham, and then it's up to the Tec team, including new member Luke Fox, to get them the hell out...
  • Chelsea
    *** Received an ARC review via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ***4.5 stars. So, this volume centers around Rebirth! Cassandra Cain and her meeting with Shiva. So, I’ll get the negatives out of the way upfront: (1) This is not my favorite art. Something about it just isn’t as pl...
  • Rory Wilding
    At the beginning of DC Rebirth, both Tom King and James Tynion IV were putting new spins the Bat-mythos with their respected runs of Batman and Detective Comics. Based on their first volumes, Tynion’s Detective was more ambitious in making it more about the sense of family with Bruce Wayne pair...
  • Wing Kee
    3.5. World: The art is dark and brooding and it does work well for a Batman book, that being said I did find it a bit too muddy during action sequences to really see what was going on. The world building is solid, it comes from all the Batman books and the past which is good cause I guess that stuff...
  • Douglas Gibson
    Loved the first volume in this collection, but I am liking them less and less as they continue. This volume is way too light on the Batman and way too heavy on the secondary characters that I don't fully care about yet (aside from Clayface). I realize that these stories are supposed to be building t...
  • Chad
    The League of Shadows comes to town with Lady Shiva in charge and is looking to destroy Gotham. The League's plot to sow discord with Gotham was very interesting. However it soon devolved into the plot of Dark Knight Rises. The focus on Orphan was great. Making her fascinated with ballet makes compl...

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