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Batwoman battles a madwoman known only as Alice, inspired by Alice in Wonderland, who sees her life as a fairy tale and everyone around her as expendable extras!
Batwoman must stop Alice from unleashing a toxic death cloud over all of Gotham City - but Alice has more up her sleeve than just poison, and Batwoman's life will never be the same again.
|DETECTIVE COMICS #854-860
Jan 10, 2014
kirby carpenter from knightdale, NC
Great price and I enjoyed the Batwoman story.
Jun 10, 2012
Briana from Texas
Amazing! It was everything I expected and more. Mr. Rucka I salute you. A new classic in my eyes.
Jan 03, 2012
Stephanie Klages from Jacksonville, FL
Other reviewers have commented on the re-readability of this book with which I must wholeheartedly agree.
In addition to that the art on the inside does justice to (and at times excedes) the cover art.
I found this book in a store by chance and read the whole thing in the store then took it home to read it again.
Oct 23, 2011
Celine from London, UK
Once I got it from the post, I read it twice before I left home for work. I think I read this a total of 15times in 2 days!
Jul 17, 2011
Lillian Phillips from Woodinville, Wa
I've heard nothing but fantastic things for this book. The book lives up to the praise for the most part. I am a fan of Rucka's writing. He always paces his stories well and he has a masterly control of all his story elements for powerful and effective storytelling. His characters are believable, despite the superhero drama, and his storytelling is as fastidious as it is engaging. Williams' art is breathtaking from the get go. It's stunning, really. Only, it's so stunning, sometimes and it's so dense that it made reading this book exhausting. I read it in three segments spanning two days. On the two page spreads of a Batwoman action sequence, I found myself having to study each panel and figure out how the panels flowed just to follow the action. I constantly asked myself, "Wait, what did Batwoman do? Kick her? How did she go from this position in this panel to this position in this panel?" And there is so much detail in these beautiful spreads. Every time you look at it, you see something new. The re-readability of this book is amazing. The first time through it, however, the sheer amount of details story-wise and art-wise is almost overwhelming. It is definitely a book to take seriously and enjoy like a fine glass a wine to take in all its greatness. Do not guzzle this book. You'll miss out on so much of its richness.