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Not even a one-man army like Batman can wage war on crime on his own. With the help of longtime allies and reformed enemies alike, he's brought together the greatest team of crime-fighters Gotham City has ever seen. Now it's all falling apart. The muckraking young hero Spoiler nearly destroyed herself while trying to expose corruption among Gotham's vigilantes. Will the myst Not even a one-man army like Batman can wage war on crime on his own. With the help of longtime allies and reformed enemies alike, he's brought together the greatest team of crime-fighters Gotham City has ever seen. Now it's all falling apart. The muckraking young hero Spoiler nearly destroyed herself while trying to expose corruption among Gotham's vigilantes. Will the mysterious radical called Anarky be her savior...or her downfall? Some call Tim Drake--a.k.a. Red Robin--Batman's greatest pupil. But can he fight his way free of the most inescapable prison in the universe? And what will he bring home to Gotham if he does? The tormented shape-shifter Clayface has turned his life around, becoming Batman's most powerful ally. How long can he keep the pieces of his shattered psyche together before evil emerges from the muck once again? And as Batwoman, Bruce Wayne's cousin Kate Kane may be the most formidable hero in Gotham this side of Batman himself. What will she do when their epic battle forces her to make a decision she can never take back? Batman: Detective Comics: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 3 collects issues #963-973 and Annual #1 from writer James Tynion IV and an elite team of artists!


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Not even a one-man army like Batman can wage war on crime on his own. With the help of longtime allies and reformed enemies alike, he's brought together the greatest team of crime-fighters Gotham City has ever seen. Now it's all falling apart. The muckraking young hero Spoiler nearly destroyed herself while trying to expose corruption among Gotham's vigilantes. Will the myst Not even a one-man army like Batman can wage war on crime on his own. With the help of longtime allies and reformed enemies alike, he's brought together the greatest team of crime-fighters Gotham City has ever seen. Now it's all falling apart. The muckraking young hero Spoiler nearly destroyed herself while trying to expose corruption among Gotham's vigilantes. Will the mysterious radical called Anarky be her savior...or her downfall? Some call Tim Drake--a.k.a. Red Robin--Batman's greatest pupil. But can he fight his way free of the most inescapable prison in the universe? And what will he bring home to Gotham if he does? The tormented shape-shifter Clayface has turned his life around, becoming Batman's most powerful ally. How long can he keep the pieces of his shattered psyche together before evil emerges from the muck once again? And as Batwoman, Bruce Wayne's cousin Kate Kane may be the most formidable hero in Gotham this side of Batman himself. What will she do when their epic battle forces her to make a decision she can never take back? Batman: Detective Comics: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 3 collects issues #963-973 and Annual #1 from writer James Tynion IV and an elite team of artists!

30 review for Batman: Detective Comics: The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    This was an improvement over volume 1. I'm not usually a fan of time travel stories in Batman comics. I think that works better in stories like The Flash or Superman. But A Lonely Place of Living proved an exception as that was a very strong story. Fall of the Batmen continued the strong storytelling as well as we get see Clayface become a strong character. We also get the origin of this Clayface. I'm still confused by DC continuity in regards to original DC Universe vs. New 52 vs. Rebirth, but This was an improvement over volume 1. I'm not usually a fan of time travel stories in Batman comics. I think that works better in stories like The Flash or Superman. But A Lonely Place of Living proved an exception as that was a very strong story. Fall of the Batmen continued the strong storytelling as well as we get see Clayface become a strong character. We also get the origin of this Clayface. I'm still confused by DC continuity in regards to original DC Universe vs. New 52 vs. Rebirth, but this would be the Rebirth origin. Art was great as well. This is what a Batman series should be. I hope the quality holds up.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alek Hill

    Truly phenomenal edition. The beginning "Utopia" and "Dystopia" issues are very weak and rushed stories, that honestly had me worried Tynion was going to disappoint us. But then I read "A Lonely Place of Living"! This was an incredible story that is fun for new and old fans of DC. Tynion pulls from Tim Drake's roots to give us the Tomorrow Tim/Batman created by Geoff John's run on Teen Titans, and it was super cool. The only problem I had was not in Tynion's story, but rather the implications it Truly phenomenal edition. The beginning "Utopia" and "Dystopia" issues are very weak and rushed stories, that honestly had me worried Tynion was going to disappoint us. But then I read "A Lonely Place of Living"! This was an incredible story that is fun for new and old fans of DC. Tynion pulls from Tim Drake's roots to give us the Tomorrow Tim/Batman created by Geoff John's run on Teen Titans, and it was super cool. The only problem I had was not in Tynion's story, but rather the implications it made about "Doomsday Clock". I've read John's Doomsday Clock and Dr. Manhattan isn't portrayed the same way he is in all the prelude stories. It kind if implys a lot of hype were its not warranted. But looking past that "A Lonely Place of Living" is an incredible story that gives Red Robin the spotlight he was robbed during the New 52 and Damien's ascension. The final story, " Fall of the Batmen" was a true tragedy. When it comes to superhero teams unless its the Justice League they don't tend to last long, and even then the character roster can fluctuate. So it's no surprise that the "Gotham Knights" were going to fall. But man did their fall hurt. I've read a lot if comics, and this has been the first one that I believe I felt sorry for a fictional character. The character arc of Basil Karlo/Clayface was so unfair I just wanted everything to work out in the end for him. The toppling of The Belfry and Tim's vision was very disappointing. This story was very good at it's emotional plot. But it was hindered by the fact that the plot building surrounding Spoiler's story to explain the angry citizens of Gotham was not enough. So it sort of comes out of left field. But at the end if the day Batman: Detective Comics is a great book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    James Tynion IV's strong run on Detective Comics continues with another well crafted volume. The narrative cohesion demonstrates the skill at which Tynion uses the different cast members. The focus is placed on Tim Drake and his return from "death". Despite being skeptical about this direction when it first occurred, I found Drake to be an incredibly interesting character. One I haven't had much experience with outside of this series. The development of Clayface is another strong point. The art James Tynion IV's strong run on Detective Comics continues with another well crafted volume. The narrative cohesion demonstrates the skill at which Tynion uses the different cast members. The focus is placed on Tim Drake and his return from "death". Despite being skeptical about this direction when it first occurred, I found Drake to be an incredibly interesting character. One I haven't had much experience with outside of this series. The development of Clayface is another strong point. The art team depicts him in all his grotesqueness yet the character retains a degree of my sympathy. It will be interesting to see how everything wraps up, especially with the significant drop off in quality after Tynion's departure.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bill Blume

    I enjoyed this collection a lot, especially with Tim Drake’s return as a regular member of the cast. James Tynion shows off his love and deep understanding for the entire cast and the “Bat Family.” I think my favorite issue is the last that serves as a eulogy for Clayface. Making Clayface a heroic character and his arc within this series was a risky play that pays off. His deep friendship with Cass is unexpected but works so well. If there’s any flaw in this series, it’s that the cast is so good I enjoyed this collection a lot, especially with Tim Drake’s return as a regular member of the cast. James Tynion shows off his love and deep understanding for the entire cast and the “Bat Family.” I think my favorite issue is the last that serves as a eulogy for Clayface. Making Clayface a heroic character and his arc within this series was a risky play that pays off. His deep friendship with Cass is unexpected but works so well. If there’s any flaw in this series, it’s that the cast is so good and full of so much potential, it’s difficult to give them all they’re due. That’s one of the greatest challenges of the comic book format.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Relstuart

    This was really good. I'm impressed and haven't heard the buzz for this series the way I have for Tom King's run but I like this material (so far) better than what I've read from King (first two Batman DLX volumes only). Some great time travel elements made this really interesting as we see people react to a possible future that seems to be coming to fruition. The development of Clayface gets really interesting as he really struggles in this issue to keep things together. I'm already ready to re This was really good. I'm impressed and haven't heard the buzz for this series the way I have for Tom King's run but I like this material (so far) better than what I've read from King (first two Batman DLX volumes only). Some great time travel elements made this really interesting as we see people react to a possible future that seems to be coming to fruition. The development of Clayface gets really interesting as he really struggles in this issue to keep things together. I'm already ready to read the next book. :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rowan Grover

    One of the most enjoyable recent Batman runs. This stuff was especially hard hitting. A great look inside some of his renowned supporting cast with vibrant, blockbuster art.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ming

    I can't say I like the time travel shenanigans, but I'm glad to see Tim Drake's return. Fall of the Batmen was also an enjoyable arc.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    The Clayface (Fall of the Batmen) arc is much more interesting than the first arc (Lonely Place of Living).

  9. 4 out of 5

    Thor Aksdal

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kooper Gordon

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    Robert Rodriguez

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    Colin McKinnon

  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 4 out of 5

    Kong Fuzi

  16. 5 out of 5

    J.P. Behrens

  17. 5 out of 5

    Connor Carruthers

  18. 4 out of 5

    Viktoria Tomcheva

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  20. 4 out of 5

    SilkyJohnson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jason Holland

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    Nick Yates

  23. 5 out of 5

    Fariha

  24. 4 out of 5

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    Elliot Jean

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    Galen

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