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“RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Three In issue #936, Batman is M.I.A., and it’s time for Batwoman to take the reins! But can she control a strike force that’s barely worked together…including unstable wildcard Clayface?


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“RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Three In issue #936, Batman is M.I.A., and it’s time for Batwoman to take the reins! But can she control a strike force that’s barely worked together…including unstable wildcard Clayface?

30 review for Detective Comics #936

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    This Ladies and Gentlemen is what you call a Perfect comics , it had everything , from the start where you finally see a vulnerable Batman to the intense plot reveal , there was absolutely no slow or dull moment as the fast paced comics finally made it's big reveal and with the heroes with their back against the wall the next climatic book of this series are sure to be fun a perfect score for me on this one This Ladies and Gentlemen is what you call a Perfect comics , it had everything , from the start where you finally see a vulnerable Batman to the intense plot reveal , there was absolutely no slow or dull moment as the fast paced comics finally made it's big reveal and with the heroes with their back against the wall the next climatic book of this series are sure to be fun a perfect score for me on this one

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jedi JC Daquis

    Woooh! Detective Comics is getting super exciting! With Batman down, Kate Kane a.k.a. Batwoman leading the squad against a superior army, things are going to het pretty nasty. This issue, although it is good progressing its own story arc, it also hints on something even more sinister. And this will go down nowhere but in Gotham City. The Batman series mentioned about the monster men, so maybe athey are talking about the same thing? I dunno, just a guess. Batwoman, since her fantastic J.H. Williams Woooh! Detective Comics is getting super exciting! With Batman down, Kate Kane a.k.a. Batwoman leading the squad against a superior army, things are going to het pretty nasty. This issue, although it is good progressing its own story arc, it also hints on something even more sinister. And this will go down nowhere but in Gotham City. The Batman series mentioned about the monster men, so maybe athey are talking about the same thing? I dunno, just a guess. Batwoman, since her fantastic J.H. Williams run has never been given the proper amount of time to shine, and most importantly, to lead. This is something that Batman lacks. He works alone so he doesn't seem to be good at leading. But Kane here in the other hand has the proper motivation and training to do the job. Way to go! Clayface, I just love this guy. He's the comic relief of the team. It is hust too funny whenever he says something. Great! Batman and Detective Comics are killing it. Batman has inspiration while DetCom has humor. I love this new DC Rebirth feeling.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I'm still enjoying Detective Comics. I like that the "team" has to rely on themselves now and that there are conflicts between individuals. Orphan is really my favorite character in this. I like that she barely talks and kicks some serious behind. I like where this run is going and will be continuing the series. I'm still enjoying Detective Comics. I like that the "team" has to rely on themselves now and that there are conflicts between individuals. Orphan is really my favorite character in this. I like that she barely talks and kicks some serious behind. I like where this run is going and will be continuing the series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Logan

    This series has lost me a bit, its become this weird story arc, with the 'Batmen' who basically just look like Arkham Knights. It also focuses on batman's followers more then batman himself, so it feels like Batman Arkham Knight mixed with Batman Eternal. Is this really still a batman comic? This series has lost me a bit, its become this weird story arc, with the 'Batmen' who basically just look like Arkham Knights. It also focuses on batman's followers more then batman himself, so it feels like Batman Arkham Knight mixed with Batman Eternal. Is this really still a batman comic?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gwen

    Me estoy releyendo toda la saga para darle su digno fin. Tengo un buen recuerdo de lo asombroso que es la serie. Lo sentí como una película, todos los personajes tienen tramas interesantes!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    John

    Batman has been beaten down by The Colony.Batwoman galvanizes the group of superheroes in hopes of being ready for the impending attack but her plans are shot to hell when she is betrayed by her own blood.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Better than I remember the last issue being. The twist at the ending was pretty cool, and I'm liking where Batwoman's character is going. I'm kinda glad that Batman isn't featured a lot in this series aside from small cameos. Also, I keep feeling like Clayface is just a tool for the team to use until he goes rogue, which is kinda lame. Why even bring him in if he's going to be used like that? I dunno, but that's my only main complaint about this title. Better than I remember the last issue being. The twist at the ending was pretty cool, and I'm liking where Batwoman's character is going. I'm kinda glad that Batman isn't featured a lot in this series aside from small cameos. Also, I keep feeling like Clayface is just a tool for the team to use until he goes rogue, which is kinda lame. Why even bring him in if he's going to be used like that? I dunno, but that's my only main complaint about this title.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    A shocking betrayal—or maybe not considering what we know about the character. Really like where this is headed and really like that Tynion is letting the other, non-Batman characters take the lead while still making him–particularly what he means to the other members of the team–really important to the action. Glad I only have to wait 2 weeks to read the next issue.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Brendan

    This issue is just brilliant, the artwork is strong and the arc of the story puts everybody in a difficult position. Not sure where this ties in with the other batman storylines but I'll trust they deliver. This storyline and Green Arrow are my rebirth favourites for the moment. This issue is just brilliant, the artwork is strong and the arc of the story puts everybody in a difficult position. Not sure where this ties in with the other batman storylines but I'll trust they deliver. This storyline and Green Arrow are my rebirth favourites for the moment.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    Batman has been captured and subdued by the Colony. Now they’re chasing down the young vigilantes and are closing in on the Belfrey, the new “downtown” Batcave! Can the young heroes hold off this military unit - especially when they’re trying to recruit Batwoman? We get a lot of answers in this issue as to who’s behind the surveillance and the attack on Batman. There’s a deep connection to Batwoman that puts her loyalty in question here. We get a lot of Kate Kane this issue as well - some insight Batman has been captured and subdued by the Colony. Now they’re chasing down the young vigilantes and are closing in on the Belfrey, the new “downtown” Batcave! Can the young heroes hold off this military unit - especially when they’re trying to recruit Batwoman? We get a lot of answers in this issue as to who’s behind the surveillance and the attack on Batman. There’s a deep connection to Batwoman that puts her loyalty in question here. We get a lot of Kate Kane this issue as well - some insight into her personality, her desires, and her drives. I probably enjoyed these insights more than much of the Batwoman series during the New 52 era. Batman is gone here, so it’s all up to Kate to lead these kids and take control of the situation. Clayface feels very different in this series. I know Tynion is trying to make him sympathetic, but he feels like an entirely different character with different goals and motivations. It’s not that I don’t like it, but I just question the cause. There was a Clayface “shard” sometime back that had developed it’s own sentience. I’m wondering if this is that character. We have a new art team this issue (that bi-weekly schedule must be killer on artists), and it holds up very well compared to the previous team. I like Martinez’s art quite a bit, but I think I prefer Eddy Barrows a bit more. Martinez doesn’t quite have the same distinction for the characters or as powerful a use of shadow as Barrows. Their styles are very similar, though, and that’s a good thing for continuity. I’m really just nitpicking here because this team still does great work. Nice development this issue with some big reveals. Captivating storyline, even if it doesn’t have a big villain or event.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    #936 – ARMY OF SHADOWS “I trusted you, Dad. I brought you here to show you the kind of leader I’ve become. Now you’re gonna have to learn the hard way.” - Batwoman

  12. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    We get more regarding the Kanes here.

  13. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Batman is down and Batwoman makes a decision.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Voltago

    Zeichner Alvaro Martinez hat übernommen – und das zahlt sich ganz besonders auf den ganzseitigen, und noch mehr auf den doppelseitigen Zeichnungen, aus. Diese ziehen einen geradezu in das Geschehen hinein. Einfach toll! Leider geht den kleineren Zeichnungen der Detailreichtum etwas ab, auch wenn Gesichter dennoch konturierter als in denen von Kollege Barrows daherkommen. Batman am Boden! Das sehen wir eindrucksvoll aus wirklich jeder Perspektive in diesem Comic. Batwoman und Tim Drake Philosophie Zeichner Alvaro Martinez hat übernommen – und das zahlt sich ganz besonders auf den ganzseitigen, und noch mehr auf den doppelseitigen Zeichnungen, aus. Diese ziehen einen geradezu in das Geschehen hinein. Einfach toll! Leider geht den kleineren Zeichnungen der Detailreichtum etwas ab, auch wenn Gesichter dennoch konturierter als in denen von Kollege Barrows daherkommen. Batman am Boden! Das sehen wir eindrucksvoll aus wirklich jeder Perspektive in diesem Comic. Batwoman und Tim Drake Philosophieren, was dort gerade geschieht – immer noch halb fassungslos. Ganz besonders Beeindruckend sind die Kampfszenen mit Orphan im Mittelpunkt – ein wahrer Augenschmaus. Batwomans Wahl der Verstärkung, um Batman retten, erweist sich als fatale Fehlentscheidung. Dabei hätte man angesichts der erdrückenden taktischen Übermacht der fremden Kämpfer bitter nötig. Jeden Move Batmans wissen sie zu kontern – das gilt auch für das Team. Fazit 10 Punkte für die Fahrt gewinnende Story und 12 für die sehenswerten Zeichnungen.

  15. 4 out of 5

    20hrsinamerica

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really like the current art. The first page, with the scenes playing out in Kate's glass of beer? Awesome. Tim is gorgeous. And Cass looks fantastic. I will say though. I know he's your dad, Kate, but never having read Detective Comics until 935, even I knew an Army guy knowing your and Batman's identity was bad. A group of soldiers designed after Batman? Come on, Kate. I am curious as to what "real enemy" somehow Batman can't imagine. I mean he fights criminals in Gotham sure, but Colonel Kane, I really like the current art. The first page, with the scenes playing out in Kate's glass of beer? Awesome. Tim is gorgeous. And Cass looks fantastic. I will say though. I know he's your dad, Kate, but never having read Detective Comics until 935, even I knew an Army guy knowing your and Batman's identity was bad. A group of soldiers designed after Batman? Come on, Kate. I am curious as to what "real enemy" somehow Batman can't imagine. I mean he fights criminals in Gotham sure, but Colonel Kane, you do know Batman's fought Doomsday and the Court of Owls, and Darkseid...what is your threat? Terrorists? Rolling my eyes at you, Colonel.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Still my personal favorite of the Rebirth books. the plot isn't going where I'd expected and the characters are still interesting or charming depending on the need of the story. I love the art and I like the storytelling methods being chosen. The team members each have a distinct voice and while many of them have some archetypal characteristics, none of them are token roles (even if one person does try to apply a label to them int he story). All in all, loving it. Still my personal favorite of the Rebirth books. the plot isn't going where I'd expected and the characters are still interesting or charming depending on the need of the story. I love the art and I like the storytelling methods being chosen. The team members each have a distinct voice and while many of them have some archetypal characteristics, none of them are token roles (even if one person does try to apply a label to them int he story). All in all, loving it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    This is basically a Batman-less Batman comic. There have been too many Batman team comics lately and this one is really stretching it. They have also taking the crime solving away from The World's Greatest Detective. I'm still reading because the story they have is compelling enough for to want to know what happens. This is basically a Batman-less Batman comic. There have been too many Batman team comics lately and this one is really stretching it. They have also taking the crime solving away from The World's Greatest Detective. I'm still reading because the story they have is compelling enough for to want to know what happens.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tar Buendía

    Un número bastante estático pero bien montado. Cierto personaje ya venía de caerme mal por otra historia así que disfruto el odio acumulado. _________________ La primera vez que leí estos números me gustaron pero esta segunda vez me están enamorando. Hay una viñeta aquí, cuando Tim le dice a Batwoman que qué deben hacer, que me parece brillante.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    3.3 stars Batman has been beaten & now the Batwoman & the rest must rely on themselves. The "betrayal" that happened was expected & I am pissed the organization called "The Colony" took Batman down. I hope Orphan is alright. She was kicking their behinds. 3.3 stars Batman has been beaten & now the Batwoman & the rest must rely on themselves. The "betrayal" that happened was expected & I am pissed the organization called "The Colony" took Batman down. I hope Orphan is alright. She was kicking their behinds.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ram RS

    This issue excels as a setup to what I'm sure will be subsequent action packed issues. It is quite well paced and has the "bad guy" well motivated with a different type of reasoning than most bad guys. I for one am glad to see this line's upward arc in storytelling quality. This issue excels as a setup to what I'm sure will be subsequent action packed issues. It is quite well paced and has the "bad guy" well motivated with a different type of reasoning than most bad guys. I for one am glad to see this line's upward arc in storytelling quality.

  21. 4 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    A really well written flashback, a chat with an old flame, a leader down, a big betrayal, and Batwoman taking the reins full on! Loving what's happening with the series! Tynion's really letting Kate Kane have the much-deserved spotlight. A really well written flashback, a chat with an old flame, a leader down, a big betrayal, and Batwoman taking the reins full on! Loving what's happening with the series! Tynion's really letting Kate Kane have the much-deserved spotlight.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eugene Tan

    We finally find out who's behind the mysterious army who took down Batman and Azrael. Wasn't exactly that shocking and I'm afraid that this could play really badly, plot-wise. But, I'm sure Cassandra Cain will make up for the probable-plot-cliches so it's all good. We finally find out who's behind the mysterious army who took down Batman and Azrael. Wasn't exactly that shocking and I'm afraid that this could play really badly, plot-wise. But, I'm sure Cassandra Cain will make up for the probable-plot-cliches so it's all good.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Luiz Santiago

    4

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    The pacing. The character asides. All of this is excellent. My favourite DC title right now.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    88/100

  26. 4 out of 5

    Oliver

    Absolutely stunning artwork. Well-told Batwoman story, nearly no Batman in this issue.

  27. 5 out of 5

    asmaa🌻

    I hope this is an arc and I hope it ends soon.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ness Drake

  29. 5 out of 5

    Terraja

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mayank Mrug

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