Batwoman, Vol. 3 by Marguerite Bennett

Batwoman, Vol. 3

Batwoman continues her triumphant return with her own series in Batwoman Vol. 3, as a part of DC Universe Rebirth!After her deadly trip around the world hunting the infamous Many Arms of Death, Batwoman returns to Brussels, the site of her most brutal losses and memories. As the clock begins to tick on a new cycle of violence, Kate must overcome her haunted past to ensure her terrorist foes don't begin the New Year with a bang!Written by Margueri...


Details Batwoman, Vol. 3

TitleBatwoman, Vol. 3
ISBN9781401285777
Author
Release DateJan 22nd, 2019
PublisherDC Comics
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Dc Comics, Lgbt
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Reviews Batwoman, Vol. 3

  • Wing Kee
    1970-01-01
    Thank thank that this series is ending.World: The world building is aight, it’s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces that Bennett uses are from a lot of the past of Kate and it is nice to see that, that being said the pieces don’t really fit all that well together and when they do the...
  • F.
    1970-01-01
    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass.
  • The Lost Dreamer
    1970-01-01
    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has cancelled this series. I assume that the TV show has something to do with that, but it doesn't make it fair. You see Kate Kane grow and evolve along these issues. You ...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    1970-01-01
    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection.Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals some of the secrets of the Lost Year that has plagued Kate since this series began, with art from previous fill-in artist Scott Godlewski (who gets everywhere, it seems)...
  • Mel
    1970-01-01
    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful.Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bolts of the big confrontation/reveal at the end don't hold up to scrutiny and I can't imagine anyone making heads or tails of it without having read Elegy or the prior ru...
  • Juan
    1970-01-01
    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than stellar run.I liked the fact that the lost year chapter of Kate's life wrapped up although maybe in a quicker manner then I would have liked. It almost seemed uneve...
  • Kim Dyer
    1970-01-01
    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally revealed how Kate's Lost Year came to a bitter end, as well as allowing her an opportunity to seize a more optimistic future.While, like so many of the other Rebirt...
  • Donna Noble
    1970-01-01
    I want more...