Read Batwoman Vol.1 : The Many Arms of Death Online Free - Batwoman returns with her own series in BATWOMAN VOL. 1, as a part of DC Rebirth!
The newest chapter of Batwoman’s life begins here! Monster Venom is the hottest new bioweapon on the market…and to break up the syndicate spreading it around the world, Batwoman’s going to have to return to the place where she spent some of her darkest hours!
With writing from Marguerite Bennett (DC BOMBSHELLS) and James Tynion IV (DETECTIVE COMICS), as well as spectacular art from Steve Epting (CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER) and Ben Oliver (THE MULTIVERSITY), this new series spins directly out of the smash hit DETECTIVE COMICS series!
BATWOMAN VOL. 1 collects issues #1-6 and the one-shot special BATWOMAN: REBIRTH #1.
|Title||:||Batwoman Vol.1 : The Many Arms of Death|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
January 03, 2018
Steve Epting's art is fantastic. He's able to give a classic feel but with modern sensibilities.
We're introduced to Kate's lost year where she spent time on an island full of degenerates, with her lover keeping the peace. Now she returns while tracking down some arms dealers who are selling the...
October 12, 2017
World: The art is okay, it's a bit bland and the sense of motion and contrast in shadows is not really there, rather forgettable. The world building, the first 3 pages of Rebirth was good, the rest was rather ho hum I don't care. I want to love Kate and I do, Williams III built an ama...
November 23, 2017
Why oh why do I keep holding on?! *SIGH*
The story was lame, the dialogue was cheesy and ffs DC would you please make a decision on what Kate looks like and just stick with it?! kthx.
I plan on reading the next arc only because Renee Montoya was in the final issue (I ship it so hard!), even thoug...
November 21, 2017
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I received a free copy of Batwoman Volume 1: The Many Arms Of Death from DC Comics in exchange for my honest opinion.
If Batman is too tame for you, then Batwoman will be right up your alley. Having not read about Batwoman before (apart from in...
November 21, 2017
I haven't been a Batwoman fan and this new "rebirth" volume hasn't changed that. I don't know much about her having only read the new 52 vol 1 and of course, she always turns up during a Bat Family crisis. This book is all over the place from the past to the present, back and forth, until jump ah...
November 22, 2017
kinda sad that this was my first encounter with batwoman... there's not a thing I liked about this, except for the art of stephanie hans. the story is pretty boring and full of self entertaining monologues. didn't quite feel like this was a batwoman story, almost any characters could kinda fit in...
October 20, 2017
[Read as single issues]
It's been a while since Batwoman had her own series; after the New 52 one kind of lost its way, she's mostly been a supporting character, and the lead in Detective Comics as part of Rebirth. However, she's now launching back into solo adventures with writer Marguerite Benne...
November 08, 2017
I mean...it was PRETTY good. The Epting art was lovely. But we're still a far cry from the glory days of the original Batwoman (which are closer for me because I just read them for the first time a month or so ago).
So Kate had a lost year on Gotham, and then another lost year on this island? and...
November 21, 2017
Story: Katherine Kane's life wasn't an easy one, the traumatic events when she was a child spiraled her life onto a difficult path. She was kicked out of West Point for being gay and then became a socialite drunk. It all changed though when she was saved by Batman. She went back to her...
September 28, 2017
Wow. The artwork was pretty nice. As for the storyline - not so much. I would have preferred more linear storyline, since loads of jumping and inconsistency happen, and sometime it's hard to tell who is who and what is happening. I am fairly new to comics but I know who the Batwo...