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“Rise of the Batmen” part six! The full scope of the Colony’s plans, and their mysterious leader, have all been revealed…so what’s it going to take to stop them? Believe us, you are not prepared for the last scene!


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“Rise of the Batmen” part six! The full scope of the Colony’s plans, and their mysterious leader, have all been revealed…so what’s it going to take to stop them? Believe us, you are not prepared for the last scene!

30 review for Detective Comics #939

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    What an amazing issue , WHAT A FUCKING BRILLIANT ISSUE ! 6 books and so far the worst book in the Detective comics has been a 4 star worthy deliverance tells you a lot about how well this story has been handled . Much of my criticism for batman issues post rebirth have been about how the stories in Batman have made Batman partake in rare action sequence and here is Detective Comics where Batman has probably taken part in the action sequence very little as well and yet the two books have had very What an amazing issue , WHAT A FUCKING BRILLIANT ISSUE ! 6 books and so far the worst book in the Detective comics has been a 4 star worthy deliverance tells you a lot about how well this story has been handled . Much of my criticism for batman issues post rebirth have been about how the stories in Batman have made Batman partake in rare action sequence and here is Detective Comics where Batman has probably taken part in the action sequence very little as well and yet the two books have had very different outcomes with Detective comics being splendid and Batman comics being rubbbish . This story was heavily Red Robin oriented and the next issue is sure to be very amazing as the newly formed Bat-team took on Colony and have started their actions to rubbish the plan made by Colony . The art by Eddy Barrows & Alvaro Martinez remains top notch stuff and had their been no wonder woman and Green Arrow arts i would have called them the top artist in DC at the moment . In fact on some panels it looked like the duo were simply trying to wow the fans with their skills and it certainly worked for me James Tynion himself has done a splendid work with this Rise of Batmen storyline and while it did start looking like a cousin of the "court of owls" storyline this story has been owned now by Tynion and it's been very entertaining to read . The consistency from this issue post rebirth is what makes me call this THE best storyline in Rebirth and it deserves the acclaim it is recieving . A perfect tale with a near-perfect art this is how Batman comics ought to be done , Take notes Tom King

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jedi JC Daquis

    Detective Comics issue 939, above all the ridiculous amount of solid action with a serving of humor (thanks to Clayface, you adorable monster) is respecting the past. Respect to family, the deep relationship Bruce and Kate has ever since they were kids and most importantly, respect to what makes Tim Drake a great Robin. He's a genius, a nerd and most importantly, his upbeat personality would never be defeated by anything, not even a suicide mission against drones. I love how James Tynion IV write Detective Comics issue 939, above all the ridiculous amount of solid action with a serving of humor (thanks to Clayface, you adorable monster) is respecting the past. Respect to family, the deep relationship Bruce and Kate has ever since they were kids and most importantly, respect to what makes Tim Drake a great Robin. He's a genius, a nerd and most importantly, his upbeat personality would never be defeated by anything, not even a suicide mission against drones. I love how James Tynion IV writes Detective Comics. He has proven that his writing capabilities is clearly a cut above the most. The quiet moments are endearing while the action moments are heart-pounding. There's only one issue left in the first arc of Detective Comics. Don't disappoint me!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    The standout issue in this first arc of Detective Comics by Tynion. I really enjoyed this greatly. The backstory between Bruce and Kate, along with Bruce's uncle Col. Kane is just a great story. What really shined in this issue was the amazing art conceptions and panel placement. It was really one of the most refined and slick issues yet in the Rebirth titles I'm reading. The cliffhanger was amazing. The standout issue in this first arc of Detective Comics by Tynion. I really enjoyed this greatly. The backstory between Bruce and Kate, along with Bruce's uncle Col. Kane is just a great story. What really shined in this issue was the amazing art conceptions and panel placement. It was really one of the most refined and slick issues yet in the Rebirth titles I'm reading. The cliffhanger was amazing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Really fun and exciting! It sucks that I have to wait another two weeks to see how this ends.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    76/100

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nathaniel

    I can imagine some readers are not a fan of this particular iteration of Detective comics. In the mid seventies there was a comic called Batman Family, which featured short stories with Batgirl and Robin and sometimes team-ups with Batman and this iteration has that feel. However, the gritty noir writing that Detective Comics really needs can only be pulled off by a handful of comic book writers, and while I like that iteration a lot, I also like this. I tend to wonder if they considered a way t I can imagine some readers are not a fan of this particular iteration of Detective comics. In the mid seventies there was a comic called Batman Family, which featured short stories with Batgirl and Robin and sometimes team-ups with Batman and this iteration has that feel. However, the gritty noir writing that Detective Comics really needs can only be pulled off by a handful of comic book writers, and while I like that iteration a lot, I also like this. I tend to wonder if they considered a way to merge this idea with Birds of Prey or the Outsiders - the last iteration of which was more Titans adjacent, but given that and the lack of a writer of gritty noir, I see why they didn't. This is a strong roster of characters who don't have a home really, and with Batman and Scott Snyder's All-Star Batman, there's isn't a lack of Batman solo books. I read about two years of New 52's Batwoman, and really liked the character. I've stalled out on volume one of Kelley Puckett's version of Batgirl, now titled Orphan, but the character is great. I can't explain Clayface's inclusion into the team, but I'm keeping an open mind, and the little I've read of Red Robin, I've liked. The issue with the stories is generally there is only 22 pages in a comic and about six characters if Batman is playing a primary role (which he mostly isn't), so some characters don't get a lot to do.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Absolutely still the crown jewel of the Rebirth launch. Stunning art. Teamwork on a team book (shouldn't be as rare as it seems to be these days). And characters I genuinely feel for. Clayface and Tim are my spirit animals. Absolutely still the crown jewel of the Rebirth launch. Stunning art. Teamwork on a team book (shouldn't be as rare as it seems to be these days). And characters I genuinely feel for. Clayface and Tim are my spirit animals.

  8. 4 out of 5

    John

    I couldnt stop reading these now even if i wanted too.Nothing is wasted.Every page counts.Cant put into words how amazing this DC Rebirth is.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tar Buendía

    "And there's nobody in this city smarter than you" "And there's nobody in this city smarter than you"

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    The team takes a quiet moment to gather their strength at the Belfry while the Colony sets up for a final assault on Gotham. With hundreds of drones on the way, how can Batman’s small team protect over 600 Gotham citizens? The best way to describe this issue is “the calm before the storm.” While the team works furiously to evacuate or protect some of those people, there’s still some time for emotional flashbacks. These flashbacks involve memories of moments between Bruce and Kate when they were k The team takes a quiet moment to gather their strength at the Belfry while the Colony sets up for a final assault on Gotham. With hundreds of drones on the way, how can Batman’s small team protect over 600 Gotham citizens? The best way to describe this issue is “the calm before the storm.” While the team works furiously to evacuate or protect some of those people, there’s still some time for emotional flashbacks. These flashbacks involve memories of moments between Bruce and Kate when they were kids. These are really important to overall DC continuity because we’ve never seen much of this. These characters are cousins, related by blood, and it’s nice to see what their connections were years ago and how that might serve as a foundation for their bonds today. Tynion gives us a lot of meaty background bits in just a few pages. It’s nice to see Bruce and Kate have an emotional history and how that could be built upon. Tim Drake makes some big decisions this issue about his future and the role he wants to play. He’s always been the one “Robin” that seemed to only be doing this temporarily and he finally seems ready to move on. I like the character, but I’d also be happy to see him head off to college full time. But he also makes some decisions this issue that could cut that plan a little short! Eddy Barrows is back on the pencils this issue. One of the things I really enjoy about his artwork (along with cohorts Ferreira and Lucas) are the occasional panels that appear almost like colored pencil that highlight an emotional moment or scene. The softness really counters the heavier linework of regular panels to call out the emotional content. It adds a nice touch and even softens up Batman in full cowl. It’s a nice visual cue, but also tends to slow down reading pace and opens up the reader to an emotional connection as well. A nice character issue that puts all the pieces in place for a dramatic conclusion!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    We get to see how the relationship between Bruce and his cousin Kate has changed but also stayed the same over time. Lots of wonderfully illustrated panels. My favorites are the ones that look like paintings.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Derek Neveu

    So good!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    #939 – THE THIN RED LINE “I don’t think my daddy liked yours that much. But we’re cousins.” – young Kate to young Bruce

  14. 4 out of 5

    20hrsinamerica

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What a ride! I loved the scene at the Wayne's funeral. Why does Colonel Kane dislike Thomas so much prior? Because he was a doctor who worked in bad areas? Kane really is a dick. So many family feels for Kate and Bruce. Tim continues to be amazing. I am super bitter about the inevitable conclusion of all of this. (Though why not make the Colony HQ the target? That would probably get them to shut down the drones so no one would get hurt.) Alfred was about ready to call in "the big guy". I have more What a ride! I loved the scene at the Wayne's funeral. Why does Colonel Kane dislike Thomas so much prior? Because he was a doctor who worked in bad areas? Kane really is a dick. So many family feels for Kate and Bruce. Tim continues to be amazing. I am super bitter about the inevitable conclusion of all of this. (Though why not make the Colony HQ the target? That would probably get them to shut down the drones so no one would get hurt.) Alfred was about ready to call in "the big guy". I have more feels. Although, couldn't he probably make it faster than the Batjet that's supposed to take 10 minutes? Seems like that's what Batman should have asked for, especially since I doubt those drones were all prepped with kryptonite and everyone would be safe. (But I guess then it would be a Batman/Superman issue instead of Detective Comics. Sigh.) Still great art, though the style would change up mid page for a panel here and there which was odd. The last page was stunning.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Kimbler

    I like the emotional heart that the team has. I love the focus on family between Kate and Bruce, that feels organic and keeps the comic rooted in something wonderful. I'm trying not to focus on the whole, Kate's dad gone crazy arc, because it doesn't feel believable to me, but others say it does so maybe that's a me thing. Art's also not my favorite. ut this was a strong issue and made me really invested in the Kate/Bruce familial arc. I like the emotional heart that the team has. I love the focus on family between Kate and Bruce, that feels organic and keeps the comic rooted in something wonderful. I'm trying not to focus on the whole, Kate's dad gone crazy arc, because it doesn't feel believable to me, but others say it does so maybe that's a me thing. Art's also not my favorite. ut this was a strong issue and made me really invested in the Kate/Bruce familial arc.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cassie ♠

    A-M-A-Z-I-N-G Never was much of a Tim Drake fan, but damn he is awesome!! I have to admit I enjoy Detective Comics Rebirth more that Batman Rebirth. This whole team-up thing they are doing, it is really exciting. So much suspense. It's a good thing I am still at the beginning of the Rebirth in general, and I don't have to 'wait' for the next issue. I recommend it to every batman-related-dc-fan! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G Never was much of a Tim Drake fan, but damn he is awesome!! I have to admit I enjoy Detective Comics Rebirth more that Batman Rebirth. This whole team-up thing they are doing, it is really exciting. So much suspense. It's a good thing I am still at the beginning of the Rebirth in general, and I don't have to 'wait' for the next issue. I recommend it to every batman-related-dc-fan!

  17. 4 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    DANG GOOD. Made me want to tear up! Heartfelt moments between Kate Kane and Bruce Wayne, sweet stuff between Stephanie Brown and Tim Drake, Batman showing EMOTION and concern for his loved ones and the people of Gotham City, Clayface being cute, and frikkin Red Robin being a badass... I love it. I love it. I love it. Great character work, Tynion!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    Just brilliant writing, this is a very strong issue and shows the class of the talent involved. I originally thought it would go nowhere but this series has become one of my favourites. That ending was epic

  19. 5 out of 5

    Roberto Diaz

    James Tynion IV slowly builds character moments, and you see the seeds planted since the beginning of this story begin to flourish, and it may be a bittersweet one for the entire Bat-Family.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    You get great backstory on Bruce and Kate. As well as Col. Kane, Martha, and Thomas. There is a lot of Wayne family drama that drives this plot.

  21. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Tim Drake puts his life on the line.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    Damn fine as always. Helluva cliffhanger. Can't wait to see how Tynion writes his way out of it. Damn fine as always. Helluva cliffhanger. Can't wait to see how Tynion writes his way out of it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Eric

  24. 4 out of 5

    Fabian

  25. 4 out of 5

    Charity Tinnin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Roy Hudson

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cristina Gómez Martín

  28. 4 out of 5

    JeLo

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bugrahan Kazancı

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