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Black Lightning, the Signal and Cassandra Cain are working very well together…but now they’re up against a foe who can tap directly into their worst emotions and play them like music! When you’ve seen the kinds of horrors these poor souls have, there’s plenty of trauma to work with…and with that, you can turn these heroes into deadly weapons! Meanwhile Batman’s “side proje Black Lightning, the Signal and Cassandra Cain are working very well together…but now they’re up against a foe who can tap directly into their worst emotions and play them like music! When you’ve seen the kinds of horrors these poor souls have, there’s plenty of trauma to work with…and with that, you can turn these heroes into deadly weapons! Meanwhile Batman’s “side project” has been revealed—what are the Brainiac Files, and what, exactly, does Batman plan to do with them?


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Black Lightning, the Signal and Cassandra Cain are working very well together…but now they’re up against a foe who can tap directly into their worst emotions and play them like music! When you’ve seen the kinds of horrors these poor souls have, there’s plenty of trauma to work with…and with that, you can turn these heroes into deadly weapons! Meanwhile Batman’s “side proje Black Lightning, the Signal and Cassandra Cain are working very well together…but now they’re up against a foe who can tap directly into their worst emotions and play them like music! When you’ve seen the kinds of horrors these poor souls have, there’s plenty of trauma to work with…and with that, you can turn these heroes into deadly weapons! Meanwhile Batman’s “side project” has been revealed—what are the Brainiac Files, and what, exactly, does Batman plan to do with them?

30 review for Detective Comics (2016-) #986

  1. 4 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Really disappointed in this arc if I’m being honest. At least Black Lightning is cool and Cassandra is getting for “screen” time (if you will).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Flow Chi Minh

    Still a pretty tight read, but we are starting to fall into what feels like a forcing of a new crew down our throats. It's not all unpleasant, but it feels just a tad contrived.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Slightly better than the last issue, but what I'd appreciate it something not completely predictable because it's all been done before and pretty much exactly like this...many, many times before.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jenn Marshall

    Another great story from Bryan Edward Hill.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bryan W.

    This is a fantastic issue !! It has made me decide to start purchasing Detective Comics again !! I really enjoyed the story , as well as the artwork , and the foreshadowing of stories to come !!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

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    Tony Zecco

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    Tanjilur Tanjil

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    Ricardo Fortunato

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    Bertrand

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    Fernando Gálvez

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    Burton Olivier

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    Rodrigo Marcos Montoro

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    Brandon Kinsey

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    Fejas

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    Reme

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    Kiril

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    Jatin Shah

  28. 5 out of 5

    Derek Neveu

  29. 4 out of 5

    Unratedlogician

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rob S.

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