Detective Comics #965 kicks off "A Lonely Place of Living" with a well-rounded recounting of Tim Drake's path to becoming Robin. This book has depth, conspiracy, heart, and some freakin' fantastic art courtesy of Eddy Barrows.
This second entry in "The Oz Effect" misses an opportunity to capitalize on the emotional build-up from the previous issue. Instead, we're presented with a history lesson (albeit an intriguing and beautifully drawn history lesson) about Mr. Oz that, if true, will have major ramifications on Superman's origin story.
This book is a good start but could due with a bit of a change in narrative. All in all good base though.
The story is amazing as it weaves from one dimension to another pulling the Father-Son theme throughout. The art is gorgeous. I am excited to learn where this story goes after this amazing installment!
This book gets right to the heart of things with an emotional story of Dick Grayson's past and his relationship with his son, Jake.
JLA #15 is a good, solid story with good solid art to back it up and really sets up the next chapter really well.
So far, the Summer of Lies arc has really needed some more consistency. It will jump from Batgirl and Nightwing tossing off one-liners to innocent people dying horrific deaths to misplaced romance.
The story is incredible, the artwork is so totally fantastic and tirelessly great to admire. Get this issue for the conclusion to a great story, and get it just to add it to your collection because it truly is that good.
This issue is the beginning of Tim Drake’s return to our hearts. But let’s be honest, he never really left us.