Publish date: November 21st 2011
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
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Series: DC Comics Crossovers
Bullet Review:Very decent. I saw in a friend's review that it felt a lot like Watchmen, and I concur. For whatever reason, all the elements worked for me; in particular, I grew really fond of Green Arrow/Ollie. It's also overdramatic and pretentious as hell, but there's worse out there.
Great story, probably one of the best I've ever read in a comic.
Oh this one is good. Really good.
This is, essentially, a murder mystery set in the DC universe (which is appropriate, I suppose, for DETECTIVE Comics). For reasons of continuity and sexism, it is obviously necessary that the murder victim be someone's wife, and the wife of a Z-list superhero at that, but in spite of the absolute ti...
Back when it first came out, Identity Crisis was getting a lot of very positive press, and it's obvious why. It's a crossover event that's very well-written and has an intensely personal, emotional, and even relateable story. Unlike pretty much every other crossover event I can think of, it's about ...
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