The battle between Batgirl and Oracle has been fun to watch thanks in part to the Jekyll and Hyde dynamic between them. They’re the same person, more or less, and that means Oracle is capable of anticipating Batgirl’s every move. The only way for Batgirl to win this fight is to throw out her traditional arsenal and out-think Oracle.
Jeremy Haun understands what modern horror should be. Like few do. While artist Danny Luckert creates a visceral unrelenting terror that grips the reader by the throat. A terror that taps into the literal meaning of fear. With books like The Red Mother one can only hope the two of them never trade their craft for an evening of psychopathy.
Fans who followed King’s journey from the very beginning will finally understand how the many arcs tie together. After the wedding that wasn’t in Batman #50, Batman and Catwoman prove that they didn’t need an exchange of vows to prove their love for one another, and more importantly Batman #85 highlights just how much Batman relies on her, especially with Alfred gone.
The welcome surprise isn’t so much Zakh Fair’s storyline as it is the black & white art pencilling from Asela De Silva. Something we don’t see too much of anymore in superhero books. Whether this is a deliberate effort or a budget constraint – I’d keep the black and white look. It evokes certain environmental tonality that full colour can often struggle with.
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All of a sudden, the alien breaks through the walls and attacks Keiner.