Read Batman, Volume 2: I Am Suicide Online Free - Still reeling from the events of I Am Gotham, the epic first arc in Tom King's brand new Batman series, the Dark Knight finds himself up against some of the biggest (literally) threats he's ever faced within the city limits of Gotham. To save the city he loves, Batman enlists the help of the toughest members of the Bat-family including Nightwing, Batwoman and more!
Also in this volume, Batman must take on some familiar foes who have stolen something from Gotham--and the Caped Crusader's limits will be tested as he fights to get it back.
Collecting: Batman 9-15
|Title||:||Batman, Volume 2: I Am Suicide|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
May 31, 2017
If you were an English lit major in college, you definitely had classes with that kid who took everything (including him/herself) way, way too seriously.
You know, the ones who wrote term papers with a feather quill (possibly, after a night of heavy drinking—because that’s what Hemingway did, you...
April 14, 2017
Batman needs Psycho Pirate to undo the mental damage he inflicted on Gotham Girl – except he’s holed up on the island prison of Santa Prisca, Bane’s domain! For his daring kidnap mission, Batman must assemble his own Suicide Squad, an unlikely assortment of characters including the Ventriloquist,...
April 22, 2017
Batman is indeed committing professional suicide. This is the worst Batman comic I've read in a long time.
The good? The artwork is nice. But it's not enough to save a razor thin "shock value" plot, bad dialog, and shallow characterization.
If you haven't read Knightfall then maybe this will seem n...
February 05, 2017
I figured it out! Tom King is writing Batman like he's Grant Morrison. Now I know why I'm not liking it as much.
Okay maybe a 2.5...but that's mostly because of Cat Women arc which was entertaining if not a bit repetitive. However let's discuss "I Am Suicide"
The first few pages start out real in...
February 20, 2017
You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.
Following the events of I Am Gotham , this volume builds itself around the formation of a Suicide Squad and its task of capturing a certain person of interest that can save Gotham Girl from her predicament. The last two issues also features a sp...
February 07, 2017
Tom King's Batman keeps being pretty bad. I really didn't like the first volume, and the second one is only a little bit better. The main storyline in this book, 'I am Suicide', is pointless and incomprehensible. I can't even retell what it was about, it was so bad. The second two-issue arc, 'Roo...
April 20, 2017
Having made a name for himself from The Sheriff of Babylon for Vertigo and The Vision for Marvel, Tom King began writing for the main Batman title for DC Rebirth, which although can be seen as a shining light for the publisher following the mixed reception towards The New 52, presented the tough...
July 05, 2017
The last 2 issues were fantastic! And I say this as some one who's generally apathetic about Bat/Cat.
If you told me this was written by a completely different writer, I would believe you. It has none of the same heart, charm or intrigue from the first volume. It was a major bumm...
February 14, 2017
Still a pretty decent batman title in my book! So this book can be split up into two stories: first off "I am Suicide", has batman assemble a team of villains to help him break into Banes prison island, to steal something(forgot what it was). This story is weird to critique, because it has a bit...
July 26, 2017
I know I'm in the minority but I super dig what Tom King is doing with Batman. Good stories, good art. I'm a fan.