Read Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 4: Deus Ex Machina Online Free - The Dark Knight teams with his fellow Gotham City vigilantes to protect their hometown in the newest volume of this hit graphic novel series in BATMAN: DETECTIVE COMICS VOL. 4!
The next big DETECTIVE arc is here! Stephanie Brown wants nothing more than to save Gotham City from the epidemic of costumed vigilantes and madmen who regularly tear the city apart. But before she can try to stop them, she must face the challenge of one in particular: the insane the Wrath is back, and Stephanie knows what he has planned—but she refuses to let Batman risk more lives to stop him. That means it’s all on her…and a very unlikely ally!
From writer James Tynion IV (BATMAN/TMNT) and the spectacular art team of Eddy Barrows (NIGHTWING) and Alvaro Martinez (BATMAN ETERNAL) comes the fourth volume of the return of DETECTIVE COMICS! Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #957-962.
|Title||:||Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 4: Deus Ex Machina|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
February 21, 2018
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After a slightly messy and tumultuous story arc, James Tynion IV comes back strong with Batman: Detective Comics (Volume 4) Deus Ex Machina. Collecting issues #957 to #961, this volume kicks things off with a quick reminder of Spoiler’s solo adve...
December 26, 2017
While the book mainly focuses on Azrael and the Rebirth version of the Order of St. Dumas, there are a lot of great character moments which I think are the strength of the book. The scenes between Batman and Zatanna are gold, I'd love to see more. Cassandra and Clayface reciting Shakespeare was v...
December 11, 2017
This is probably the weakest arc in detective comics so far.
Saying that this isn't all bad.
The first issue starts with Spoiler. Stephanie is not taking Tim's death well. She decides to be a hero without being a "superhero". Meaning she'll save people but give the cops full credit and act like s...
December 10, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Seeded in issue #950, and even as far back as Batman & Robin Eternal, Azrael finally takes centre stage as the Order Of St. Dumas returns with a vengeance. Meanwhile, Batman and Zatanna look for proof about the fate of Red Robin, and what they find may shatter Bruce's w...
December 21, 2017
Following three volumes that covered the initial year of the run, James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics started off great, but slowly became a product of diminishing returns. Since the beginning of the run, Tynion has been setting up an ongoing storyline around the Bat-family that looms in the backg...
February 07, 2018
Thus far, I've thought the Batman: Detective Comics series to be an adequate time-killer but not really much more. Then I get to Vol. 4, which I can describe in three magic words -
namtaB and annataZ!
Yes, the Dark Knight and the Princess of Prestidigitation (that's guest star Zatanna, for...
December 19, 2017
I have problems with the never really dead of the Batman Comics Universe, especially when they are always the same. That said a good story where the Gotham Vigilantes have to defend from one of their friends.
Ho problemi quando i personaggi dell'universo di Batman non rimangono morti, e soprattutt...
February 03, 2018
Another fun romp into Gotham city. James Tynion IV continues to work some magic with the Detective comics series. Ironically this volume of the series finds the Bat family coming face to face with the supernatural and magic. This book features a guest appearance from the magic mistress of the DC...
February 24, 2018
This book features a five-part arc and a solo story featuring Stephanie Brown.
The five-part arc has two elements. First is a story focusing on Jean-Paul Valley (Azrael), the cultic order of Saint Dumas is back to mess with him and perhaps introduce an AI version of Azrael who is not subject to do...
February 04, 2018
This book is just on the verge of being 4 stars for me. Tynion has been building the supporting characters, while in the background a bigger threat is coming. Batman senses it but doesn't know what it is and this volume brings the reader one step closer, promising to reveal everything next.