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REVIEW: The rules of engagement in ‘Batman #33′



Story by: Tom King
Art by: Joëlle Jones
Colors by: Jordie Bellaire
Letters by: Clayton Cowles
Cover by: Joëlle Jones
4/ 5

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To sum it all up..

Tom King adds another chapter filled with interesting plots and seeds to his epic Batman run.

Posted October 18, 2017 by



The Justice League made a gentleman’s agreement not to enter the city of Khadym. But Batman is ready to break that agreement to find the Daughter of the Demon. For what? To tell her that he loves Catwoman. Well, we’re in for a treat. This is a story you wouldn’t want to miss.

With Selina Kyle’s answer, Tom King adds another chapter filled with interesting plots and seeds to his epic Batman run. BATMAN #33 is a well-written story that sets things in motion for Batman’s new adventure. Nothing much happened in this issue but if you’re a fan of Nightmare Batman from Batman v. Superman, you’ll definitely love this book.

Interior art and color perfectly compliments the setting of the story. Joëlle Jones and Jordie Bellaire perfectly depicts what a desert looks like. The thick line art is perfect and the colors are vibrant.

My only gripe with this issue was how Jason Todd was depicted to be kid. I mean, I’ve grown to love Red Hood and the Outlaws Rebirth that I’m expecting a consistency on how the character is portrayed in other books. But its not something that big of a deal. Knowing Tom King, he might have written Jason’s story that way just to further the story.

To give emphasis, if you love Nightmare Batman in Batman v. Superman, get Batman #33. Batman literally wore the same suit in this issue. Moreover, Its an interesting first issue to another chapter in Tom King’s Batman Rebirth run.

Review by Paolo Ollero, co-founder of The Dark Knight Philippines, the premier Batman group in the country.

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