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DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culminating in a murder mystery DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culminating in a murder mystery that hits close to home-the suspects mount, the clues multiply, and the trail of bodies hasn’t ended yet! Eisner Award-winning writer Mariko Tamaki and superstar artist Dan Mora begin an exciting, surprising, and death-defying new chapter of Detective Comics. Plus, in the second and concluding chapter of “Demon or Detective,” Damian Wayne meets a startling new faction from his family’s checkered past...but what is the League of Lazarus?


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DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culminating in a murder mystery DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culminating in a murder mystery that hits close to home-the suspects mount, the clues multiply, and the trail of bodies hasn’t ended yet! Eisner Award-winning writer Mariko Tamaki and superstar artist Dan Mora begin an exciting, surprising, and death-defying new chapter of Detective Comics. Plus, in the second and concluding chapter of “Demon or Detective,” Damian Wayne meets a startling new faction from his family’s checkered past...but what is the League of Lazarus?

30 review for Detective Comics (2016-) #1034

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    Well, well, well....let us find out that Ashley is becoming a little fan of Batman. I enjoyed what Tynion did with Batman 106 so I was really interested in seeing what Tamaki was going to be able to do with him in Detective Comics. In this issue, Batman is no longer wealthy and has to function as Batman in a new and creative way. My biggest issue with Batman has always been his privilege (not a popular opinion, but it's my opinion) and arrogance. I'm extremely interested in seeing how Tamaki is Well, well, well....let us find out that Ashley is becoming a little fan of Batman. I enjoyed what Tynion did with Batman 106 so I was really interested in seeing what Tamaki was going to be able to do with him in Detective Comics. In this issue, Batman is no longer wealthy and has to function as Batman in a new and creative way. My biggest issue with Batman has always been his privilege (not a popular opinion, but it's my opinion) and arrogance. I'm extremely interested in seeing how Tamaki is going to explore these changes. Also, Future State gave us the magistrate and these new issues that have been releasing related specifically to Infinite Frontier seem to be building up to what we saw in a possible future. It's fascinating watching Gotham attempt to function as a community following the Joker War now leading into a new society where they don't like vigilantes. It's going to be a heck of a story and I am beyond excited for where this story could potentially go. The artwork was absolutely stunning.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gordon

    Batman story: 4⭐ Robin story: 4⭐ This is easily the best written, and drawn Bat-book at the moment.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    Great new creative team, great start to the next chapter of Detective Comics. I absolutely loved Bruce's face the moment the lights went out. Gotham is still pursuing the anti-vigilante angle, but it's refreshing to have an issue that emphasizes Batman going all badass on the pages. The art and writing are excellent. This doubles down by splitting time between showing Bruce's new life and his adjustments, along with returning Batman to the shadows and using the fear factor as much as his fists. Great new creative team, great start to the next chapter of Detective Comics. I absolutely loved Bruce's face the moment the lights went out. Gotham is still pursuing the anti-vigilante angle, but it's refreshing to have an issue that emphasizes Batman going all badass on the pages. The art and writing are excellent. This doubles down by splitting time between showing Bruce's new life and his adjustments, along with returning Batman to the shadows and using the fear factor as much as his fists. As for the bonus story, I wasn't keen on the first installment of Green Goblin Junior, so I am relieved by the ending because I am picking up that title when it starts.

  4. 4 out of 5

    David Dalton

    Is it just me, or is Batman now more like Daredevil? A man of/on the streets. A little money, but not uber rich anymore. Limited access to tech and $$. Living among the people. Daredevil has Hell's Kitchen. What does the new broke Batman have? Should not this story also affect (like limit) his appearances in the Justice League and other series? I came back for the Joker Wars, but have hung around for a while. Let's see where there story goes. Is it just me, or is Batman now more like Daredevil? A man of/on the streets. A little money, but not uber rich anymore. Limited access to tech and $$. Living among the people. Daredevil has Hell's Kitchen. What does the new broke Batman have? Should not this story also affect (like limit) his appearances in the Justice League and other series? I came back for the Joker Wars, but have hung around for a while. Let's see where there story goes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Myles Likes Tacos and Rice

    I'm sold for this run! Without any context, thought it was a good intro. Nothing original, just a simple mystery with great art to give you that gotham vibe. Also I am hoping that Detective Comics continues with being an anthology. I believe thats what it was orignally and its nice to get 2 stories I'm sold for this run! Without any context, thought it was a good intro. Nothing original, just a simple mystery with great art to give you that gotham vibe. Also I am hoping that Detective Comics continues with being an anthology. I believe thats what it was orignally and its nice to get 2 stories

  6. 5 out of 5

    Steve Long

    Ever since reading her Future State work, I knew that Tomaki taking over this title was going to be good for it. Continuing the story from the most recent Batman comic, we dive into more adventures of a practically broke Bruce Wayne and learn how he is doing the job of the Dark Knight without the resources. I’m looking forward to seeing where this is going to go. And as far as the second mini story in the book goes, I guess I’m going to start reading the new run of Robin.

  7. 4 out of 5

    TJ

    I wasn’t a fan of Mariko’s Future State issues, but this one surprised me in a good way! This is about Bruce living among the people of Gotham and him not being a billionaire anymore. He’s still super privileged, but that’s being explored. I’m intrigued to see where this goes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    scrbl

    Tamaki and Mora make up a dream-team, as they had shown us in Future State as well. 4 stars for The Neighborhood Part 1 and 3 for Demon or Detective Part Two.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    Been awhile since I've been this excited about a writer/artist combo on a Batman book Been awhile since I've been this excited about a writer/artist combo on a Batman book

  10. 4 out of 5

    Danny Zang

    Really nice change of pace from the usual flagship Batman books. The new Gotham worldbuilding in this and the main title is really interesting to read, and Dan Mora brings everything to life beautifully. I'm interested in what Tamaki's setting up here too. The back-up felt a little short but still enjoyable. Really nice change of pace from the usual flagship Batman books. The new Gotham worldbuilding in this and the main title is really interesting to read, and Dan Mora brings everything to life beautifully. I'm interested in what Tamaki's setting up here too. The back-up felt a little short but still enjoyable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Berk

    As a single issue and first issue of a new plot this is extremely well delivered. Gorgeous to look at because of Mora and Bellaire and smartly written by Tamaki. Batman has lost an abundance of his fortune and the mayors anti vigilante stance isn't helping him as he struggles to be Batman. This is maybe the first instance where I'll say keep Alfred away for a bit as here Batman is taking on a slightly more Spider-Man/Daredevil role in operating and living in the city and he's by himself mostly he As a single issue and first issue of a new plot this is extremely well delivered. Gorgeous to look at because of Mora and Bellaire and smartly written by Tamaki. Batman has lost an abundance of his fortune and the mayors anti vigilante stance isn't helping him as he struggles to be Batman. This is maybe the first instance where I'll say keep Alfred away for a bit as here Batman is taking on a slightly more Spider-Man/Daredevil role in operating and living in the city and he's by himself mostly here, though Oracle is a big help over in the main Batman title. The back up is interesting to and has me considering picking up the new Robin series. If the higher ups at DC allow Bruce to be less rich for long enough and allow this to play out I think the whole run will be as solid as this issue is. Well worth a read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Ingle

    The mystery and suspense certainly live up to the Detective Comics name. Great balance of action and drama while rebuilding Bruce Wayne's post Joker War world. Great art to go along with the strong writing. It's refreshing to see Bruce Wayne featured more than Batman. Robin was short, sweet and a nice complement to the Batman story. We find out just a little more about what Talia is up to and about the League of Lazarus tournament. The mystery and suspense certainly live up to the Detective Comics name. Great balance of action and drama while rebuilding Bruce Wayne's post Joker War world. Great art to go along with the strong writing. It's refreshing to see Bruce Wayne featured more than Batman. Robin was short, sweet and a nice complement to the Batman story. We find out just a little more about what Talia is up to and about the League of Lazarus tournament.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joe Court of Owlets

    You can see some of the new characters share that Tamaki-inspired creation which is expected, but man that Robin story! Sure, it's DC's Mortal Kombat not based on the video game from way back when, but re-introducing a character from pre-boot? I love it. You can see some of the new characters share that Tamaki-inspired creation which is expected, but man that Robin story! Sure, it's DC's Mortal Kombat not based on the video game from way back when, but re-introducing a character from pre-boot? I love it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Fay

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love broke Bruce. This boy, finally learning about manual labour! Robin throwing himself out of a plane is such a mood. HAWKE!!!!! God damn, I am HYPED to start reviewing Robin's new series now!! I love broke Bruce. This boy, finally learning about manual labour! Robin throwing himself out of a plane is such a mood. HAWKE!!!!! God damn, I am HYPED to start reviewing Robin's new series now!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rob S.

    TEC: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ROBIN: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

  16. 5 out of 5

    Clipsee

    The Neighbors: Part 1 curious to see what exactly is happening here with the mayor and his team and I loved seeing bruce with regular citizens. Great. Art overall (Did not read robin story)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Smith

    I picked this up day one to read the Damian bit at the end which is what I read first; I'm really excited for Damian's Robin series. As for the main story I liked it (but I enjoyed Batman 106 more) so I'll keep picking up both. However, I'm in no hurry to continue with this series so I doubt I'll pick another Batman Detective Comic on release day for a while. To be far this issue was like a setup for what's to come and it could pick up and be really great down the line. I picked this up day one to read the Damian bit at the end which is what I read first; I'm really excited for Damian's Robin series. As for the main story I liked it (but I enjoyed Batman 106 more) so I'll keep picking up both. However, I'm in no hurry to continue with this series so I doubt I'll pick another Batman Detective Comic on release day for a while. To be far this issue was like a setup for what's to come and it could pick up and be really great down the line.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vitor Frazão

  19. 5 out of 5

    Xavier Marturet

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chance Petersen

  21. 5 out of 5

    Thais

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nathália

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bianca Macedo

  24. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jean

  26. 5 out of 5

    ReadInTheNight

  27. 5 out of 5

    RG

  28. 5 out of 5

    James

  29. 5 out of 5

    Devin Null

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Helberg

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