Batwoman, Vol. 1: Hydrology
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERAs a part of the acclaimed DC Comics—The New 52 event of September 2011, Batwoman's new series finally begins! The creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman launch the ongoing Batwoman series, as Batwoman (a.ka. Kate Kane) faces deadly new challenges in... show more
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERAs a part of the acclaimed DC Comics—The New 52 event of September 2011, Batwoman's new series finally begins! The creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman launch the ongoing Batwoman series, as Batwoman (a.ka. Kate Kane) faces deadly new challenges in her war against Gotham City's underworld–and new trials in her personal life.Who or what is stealing children from the barrio, and for what vile purpose? Will Kate train her cousin, Bette Kane (a.k.a. Flamebird), as her new sidekick? How will she handle unsettling revelations about her father, Colonel Jacob Kane? And why is a certain government agency suddenly taking an interest in her? These are some of the questions that will be answered in this long-awaited series!This deluxe hardcover colllect issues 0-5 of Batwoman, part of the DC Comics—The New 52 event.
Publish date: June 19th 2012
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
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Series: Batwoman Vol. II (#1)
I have mixed feelings about this. It was different and really artistic, but I wasn't that enamored with the story and Kate as a main character. I'm not familiar with Batwoman, so this is a very new character for me. I think that people interested in GLBT characters will really appreciate it. It's a ...
My daughter actually hipped me to this book since she is a brilliant student and quite the comic aficionado. Little did I realize that DC had already screwed the pooch by running off the writer/illustrators when they tampered with their lesbian story line. DC made some weak (as in hypocritical) resp...
Batwoman is missing just one element to become a truly dynamic superhero: a compelling villain. She is herself a strong, compelling character with realistic motivations and voice, surrounded by a cast as interesting as she is. I especially love how she and Batman deal with each other. He recognizes ...
The art in this is what really separates this title apart from the other New 52 graphic novels I've read so far. It's really unique, and framed up in all sorts of inventive ways and provides for a unique story telling. I really enjoyed this, and there's even a little Batman in there for good measure...