I was originally going
to review each issue individually, however it’s a little hard to review a
single issue on its own; they always end in cliffhangers and make you mad you
have to wait a whole two weeks or so for the next issue.
The story begins with
Bruce about to make the ultimate sacrifice to save all the people on a place
Gotham. Just when things look their bleakest and you’re at the edge of your
seat….BAM! Two heroes, with super strength and flight come along and help Bats
save the day.
We get set up with two
new heroes coming and the mystery of who they are and where they come from.
So were a little
hooked now, plus Bruce donning a costume, not the Bat suit and actually going
undercover has you like damn.
Things quickly take
bad turn when we see Amanda Waller, because that woman is never good news.
The first act
basically ends at issue #5 and let me just say “GO AND GRAB THEM.”
I’m a huge Batman fan,
I mean come on; how can he not be your #1? Unfortunately this rebirth issue
fell a little flat for me. We are basically given this hint of things are going
to change and then Bruce working out shirtless of the side of a building in an
extremely hot day.
Either way, as this was
a transition issue from New 52 to the current universe I will definitely be
sticking with this series.
a very popular little fella with kids now has a little puppy following him
endearing story and the book was perfect for children learning how to read. The
words were in relatively large font with simple sentence structures. I would
definitely pick this one up for little readers.