Batman, Vol. 2: The City of Owls
"NIGHT OF THE OWLS" continues here! Batman must stop the TALONS that have breeched the Batcave in order to save an innocent life ... and Gotham City! In the backup story, learn more about the PENNYWORTH family and the secrets they've kept from the Wayne family! Collects BATMAN #8-12 and BATMAN... show more
"NIGHT OF THE OWLS" continues here! Batman must stop the TALONS that have breeched the Batcave in order to save an innocent life ... and Gotham City! In the backup story, learn more about the PENNYWORTH family and the secrets they've kept from the Wayne family! Collects BATMAN #8-12 and BATMAN ANNUAL #1.
Publish date: March 26th 2013
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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Series: Batman Vol. II (#2)
The first one is the longest and the only one having to do with the title of this graphic novel: it finishes a story told in volume one, about the Court of Owls. It's a fantastic ending, even though I only picked up volume two. (I did think it was volume one, but it was not. I took this out of ...
The Owl/Talon storyline continues to be crazy. Wow, there are not too many enemies that can give Batman a run for his money, but the Owls definitely can. Continually, I think Gotham can't be more of a deep pit, a literal hellmouth. But the more I read Batman, the worse it gets. The action scenes wer...
A new review on my personal blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Here is an excerpt: "I recently finished reading the first two volumes of Scott Snyder's run on Batman, part of DC's The New 52 series. In Batman, Vol. 1: The Court of Owls and Batman, Vol. 2: The City of Owls, Snyder delivers a solid stor...
Star Rating Art: 4.5 StarsStar Rating Story:: 5 StarsSelf purchase, Kindle edition.First Impression: Starts with a bang. And boy, those Owls sure are creepy.Plot/Storyline: Have I mentioned how much I’m loving the Batman Court of Owls series????Art/Colors: The court of Owls with the blank masks a...
Snyder is a great writer, and I like what he does with Batman. I think that maybe this Court of Owls storyline just isn't going to be a favorite of mine. Can't win them all. Possibly the most interesting part was when Snyder broke out a bit of old comic lore Bruce's mad brother, Thomas Wayne from a ...