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“RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Two Batman and team find themselves in the crosshairs as the villain they’ve begun hunting turns the tables on them. Batman and Batwoman have the skills to survive, but do their young teammates? Is this where hero training ends in tragedy? THEY SAID IT: “The ideas are boiling inside my brain,” boasts artist Eddy Barrows. “James and I intend to el “RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Two Batman and team find themselves in the crosshairs as the villain they’ve begun hunting turns the tables on them. Batman and Batwoman have the skills to survive, but do their young teammates? Is this where hero training ends in tragedy? THEY SAID IT: “The ideas are boiling inside my brain,” boasts artist Eddy Barrows. “James and I intend to elevate Batman to a whole new level, with amazing and exciting stories and artwork. To sum it up in one sentence—it’s going to be epic!”


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“RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Two Batman and team find themselves in the crosshairs as the villain they’ve begun hunting turns the tables on them. Batman and Batwoman have the skills to survive, but do their young teammates? Is this where hero training ends in tragedy? THEY SAID IT: “The ideas are boiling inside my brain,” boasts artist Eddy Barrows. “James and I intend to el “RISE OF THE BATMEN” Chapter Two Batman and team find themselves in the crosshairs as the villain they’ve begun hunting turns the tables on them. Batman and Batwoman have the skills to survive, but do their young teammates? Is this where hero training ends in tragedy? THEY SAID IT: “The ideas are boiling inside my brain,” boasts artist Eddy Barrows. “James and I intend to elevate Batman to a whole new level, with amazing and exciting stories and artwork. To sum it up in one sentence—it’s going to be epic!”

30 review for Detective Comics #935

  1. 5 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    Another great issue this week! Action, character developement, and mystery abound. Probably my favorite of the week. Orphan and Batwoman are my favorite characters so far. It was also good to see how they used Clayface, but is he actually going to be out in the streets with the team? Or is he just going to be a tool for them to use?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jedi JC Daquis

    Issue 935 fleshes out how most of the characters in the ad hoc team-up. We see barely no action in this issue, save for some panels in the last pages where Batman is confronted by several guys who look like the Arkham Knight. This issue is also a bit wordy, especially in the scenes with the Kanes, though it is a good way to separate Batwoman's personality with Batman's, with an emphasis that Kate Kane and her family leans more to working as a team while members of the Wayne family (Bruce included Issue 935 fleshes out how most of the characters in the ad hoc team-up. We see barely no action in this issue, save for some panels in the last pages where Batman is confronted by several guys who look like the Arkham Knight. This issue is also a bit wordy, especially in the scenes with the Kanes, though it is a good way to separate Batwoman's personality with Batman's, with an emphasis that Kate Kane and her family leans more to working as a team while members of the Wayne family (Bruce included) prefers to work solo. Batwoman obviously is a main character of the current arc of Detective comics. I am interested to see how DC handles her character in Rebirth. I loved J.H. Williams' Batwoman run in The New 52 until DC ruined it bigtime. Comparing the second issues of Rebirth Batman titles, I choose Batman #2 to be better this time. DetCom #934 on the other hand was better than Batman #1, so I think it is a fair game between the two.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    This was a really good follow-up to the 934 Rebirth issue. As another reviewer mentioned, this feels more like Batman than the current King Batman, and I agree whole-heartedly. I like this very mixed group of superheroes we have and I can't wait to learn more about Cassandra Cane(Orphan). The females in this seem to have a strong role and I like that. I really like that a lot of the conflicts in this issue weren't against other people but with issues that these men and women were having away fro This was a really good follow-up to the 934 Rebirth issue. As another reviewer mentioned, this feels more like Batman than the current King Batman, and I agree whole-heartedly. I like this very mixed group of superheroes we have and I can't wait to learn more about Cassandra Cane(Orphan). The females in this seem to have a strong role and I like that. I really like that a lot of the conflicts in this issue weren't against other people but with issues that these men and women were having away from being a superhero. I especially like the idea that Red Robin is thinking about choosing to go to university over fighting with Batman. Real life decisions and conflicts during superhero comics is when they become amazing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mayank Mrug

    Continuing Rise of the Batmen, there's a few secrets that everyone's hiding from each other, but it looks like batman's team will be forced into action next issue. Continuing Rise of the Batmen, there's a few secrets that everyone's hiding from each other, but it looks like batman's team will be forced into action next issue.

  5. 4 out of 5

    John

    The young superheroes continue to train and Batman senses the enemy is closing in.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    DAMN! now that's how you do a good Batman Book , look and learn Mr. King coz Detective Comics despite being about 5 people besides Batman looks more like a batman book than Batman Comics right now ,Very excited about the next edition here , curious who these Colony Guys are , they sound like court of owls at the moment so really excited , also can we please for the love of God stop Destroying Batmobiles , especially the ones that look like they are from Batman the animated series DAMN! now that's how you do a good Batman Book , look and learn Mr. King coz Detective Comics despite being about 5 people besides Batman looks more like a batman book than Batman Comics right now ,Very excited about the next edition here , curious who these Colony Guys are , they sound like court of owls at the moment so really excited , also can we please for the love of God stop Destroying Batmobiles , especially the ones that look like they are from Batman the animated series

  7. 5 out of 5

    20hrsinamerica

    So I clearly jumped in at a middle point (I was hoping since it was Rebirth I'd avoid that), but I liked seeing a whole bunch of Batkids+Batwoman. And it did pique my interest. Although it seemed like everyone suddenly knows Bruce=Batman and that kind of threw me. But I love me some Tim even if I'm not on board the whole StephTim train. The Belfry looks pretty awesome. So I clearly jumped in at a middle point (I was hoping since it was Rebirth I'd avoid that), but I liked seeing a whole bunch of Batkids+Batwoman. And it did pique my interest. Although it seemed like everyone suddenly knows Bruce=Batman and that kind of threw me. But I love me some Tim even if I'm not on board the whole StephTim train. The Belfry looks pretty awesome.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    The issue had some interesting plot developments that could drive the batman issues for some time. There is a lot of ground work going on as Batman uncovers the colony that look much like Arkham Knight. Looking forward to some vigilante justice and I'm still unsure with Clayface in the team. The issue had some interesting plot developments that could drive the batman issues for some time. There is a lot of ground work going on as Batman uncovers the colony that look much like Arkham Knight. Looking forward to some vigilante justice and I'm still unsure with Clayface in the team.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    Ok, this is still some set up but ended with a great "what happens next?" moment. Pacing was good and Tynion has done a good job of teasing a few different character arcs that interest me personally. Ok, this is still some set up but ended with a great "what happens next?" moment. Pacing was good and Tynion has done a good job of teasing a few different character arcs that interest me personally.

  10. 4 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    Keeping things interesting with the Bat-babies in Batwoman's boot camp! Keeping things interesting with the Bat-babies in Batwoman's boot camp!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    Not as good as the first, but still strong. http://pop-break.com/2016/06/24/revie... Not as good as the first, but still strong. http://pop-break.com/2016/06/24/revie...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tar Buendía

    Me habían vendido vendido muy bien esta etapa y al menos el principio no me ha defraudado en absoluto. ________ Sigo con la relectura para ponerme al día. Maravilloso.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    A well-equipped army has descended on Gotham to capture Batman, but even he might have trouble dealing with 50 attackers! With his new team not ready despite their intense training regimen, no one else can come to the Dark Knight’s aid. Tynion is really moving things along at a very slow boil on this book, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. This issue is full of small character moments that allow readers to get to know more about some of these people. There are a couple of particularly nice A well-equipped army has descended on Gotham to capture Batman, but even he might have trouble dealing with 50 attackers! With his new team not ready despite their intense training regimen, no one else can come to the Dark Knight’s aid. Tynion is really moving things along at a very slow boil on this book, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. This issue is full of small character moments that allow readers to get to know more about some of these people. There are a couple of particularly nice scenes for Kate Kane and Tim Drake, with a lesser moment for the rest of the cast. We really get to see these characters outside of the costumes here and that kind of balances the heroic moments for them. Tynion is really setting us up to care about them all and want to know more about their personal lives. There is some additional exposition about the antagonists - the Colony - and they show up to confront Batman directly. They seem well-equipped and well-funded, so they pose a definite threat. There’s still a lot going on behind them that we don’t know, so we’ll have to see how this story unravels. Another really great outing for the art team! Barrows has a nice command of the action sequences, and now he’s shown that he can show the quieter moments and keep them interesting as well. He does some nice things with panel shapes and layouts that are dynamic and interesting. I’m glad he’s sticking with the bi-weekly schedule and doing a great job. Kudos to Rafael Albuquerque again for another great variant cover! Another solid issue with nice character beats.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    Not as great as the previous issue, but things are really moving. There's a bit regarding the background of the Waynes and the Kanes, which is interesting. Not as great as the previous issue, but things are really moving. There's a bit regarding the background of the Waynes and the Kanes, which is interesting.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    #935 – APOCALYPSE NOW “Alfred, no. Something’s wrong. My sensors tell me that I’m alone on this road … I’m NOT alone.” - Batman

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marlene

    3.3 stars Batwoman has been training the team that Batman put together for her in Detective #936 & she was pushing the team past their limits. Red Robin wanted to know why she was pushing them past their exhausting & he believes the team was skilled to take out the bad guys in the streets. Batwoman informs Red Robin that someone put one of the most skilled ex-assassin, Azrael, in a coma & they could be coming for Batman & his people next. We get to see. Tim & Stephanie as a couple. Batwoman visit 3.3 stars Batwoman has been training the team that Batman put together for her in Detective #936 & she was pushing the team past their limits. Red Robin wanted to know why she was pushing them past their exhausting & he believes the team was skilled to take out the bad guys in the streets. Batwoman informs Red Robin that someone put one of the most skilled ex-assassin, Azrael, in a coma & they could be coming for Batman & his people next. We get to see. Tim & Stephanie as a couple. Batwoman visits her dad because she is having doubts about following Batman's orders. We learn how the Waynes & the Kanes always had a tense relationship. An army of men attacks Batman We know they are no match for him... hopefully.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ram RS

    The opening was supposed to stump us, I guess. But you know what? That plot device is so heavily overused in the genre that anyone could have guessed the resolution two panels into the comic. While I'm a fan of slow burns, fillers are the worst thing you can have in the first three issue of a storyline, and half this issue is filler material. It does set up a new character, and Chekhov's gun dictates this person is possibly a great person of interest, if not THE person of interest. I might be sub The opening was supposed to stump us, I guess. But you know what? That plot device is so heavily overused in the genre that anyone could have guessed the resolution two panels into the comic. While I'm a fan of slow burns, fillers are the worst thing you can have in the first three issue of a storyline, and half this issue is filler material. It does set up a new character, and Chekhov's gun dictates this person is possibly a great person of interest, if not THE person of interest. I might be subject to a bit of bias here because I haven't read the comics where this character could have been a regular before, but the dialogue does hold ominous potential. Here's to hoping they pick up a bit of pace in the next few issues.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Voltago

    Das Training geht weiter und das Team bekommt in einer Simulation eine krachende Niederlage. Es gibt erste Hinweise auf die Armee der Schattenkrieger von Ras Al Gul. Am Ende des Bandes wird es Actionreich, als Batmans Fahrt im Batmobil jäh gestoppt wird und er von mysteriösen Kriegern in Anzügen umzingelt ist… Mit Barrows Zeichnungen werde ich nach wie vor nicht warm, es fehlt ihnen nach wie vor an Details. Die Chlorierung kann zwar in den Actionsezenen einiges Ausgleichen. Doch fehlende Details Das Training geht weiter und das Team bekommt in einer Simulation eine krachende Niederlage. Es gibt erste Hinweise auf die Armee der Schattenkrieger von Ras Al Gul. Am Ende des Bandes wird es Actionreich, als Batmans Fahrt im Batmobil jäh gestoppt wird und er von mysteriösen Kriegern in Anzügen umzingelt ist… Mit Barrows Zeichnungen werde ich nach wie vor nicht warm, es fehlt ihnen nach wie vor an Details. Die Chlorierung kann zwar in den Actionsezenen einiges Ausgleichen. Doch fehlende Details bleiben fehlende Details. Fazit Der zweite Teil von „Rise oft he Batman“ nimmt immerhin zum Ende hin Fahrt auf. Die Story bekommt eine 9 und die Zeichnungen eine 8. Insgesamt 3 Sterne.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Roberto Diaz

    This comic gets better in this second issue highlighting more of the new bat-team, and also the relationships between tim and steph, Kate and her dad, and bruce and Tim. Also something Natman is keepong from a member of the team. Great art by Barrows again for the best Bat-Book in my local shelves (We only get this and Tom King's so- so "Batman"). This comic gets better in this second issue highlighting more of the new bat-team, and also the relationships between tim and steph, Kate and her dad, and bruce and Tim. Also something Natman is keepong from a member of the team. Great art by Barrows again for the best Bat-Book in my local shelves (We only get this and Tom King's so- so "Batman").

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kevin A Bush

    Fantastic! Detective comics rebirth is interesting and exciting! From Batman and Batwoman working together to train a bunch of young hero's, to seeing red robin appearing even more mature than ever, to having hero's and sidekicks that never got much of a shot in the comic book finally get their redemption, this series so far has it all. I hope it continues to impress me. Fantastic! Detective comics rebirth is interesting and exciting! From Batman and Batwoman working together to train a bunch of young hero's, to seeing red robin appearing even more mature than ever, to having hero's and sidekicks that never got much of a shot in the comic book finally get their redemption, this series so far has it all. I hope it continues to impress me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Luiz Santiago

    4

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    I would actually give it a 3.5

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    cass is so deadly and yet so cute, i love her 81/100

  24. 5 out of 5

    Magdalena Wilson

    I love the characters, but I think I'll have to drop this title. I love the characters, but I think I'll have to drop this title.

  25. 4 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Training begins and Batman is attacked

  26. 5 out of 5

    James Sykes

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fabio Farias

  28. 4 out of 5

    Senhor PM

  29. 4 out of 5

    Isaac

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chandresh Rao

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