Friday, March 10, 2017

Comic Book Review: Detective Comics #952

There's a lot of family drama amidst all the action in Detective Comics #952. It's great to see the team dynamics at play as Batman and his crew face down insurmountable odds. Compelling character development combined with energetic illustrations encourages readers to frantically tear through the issue all the way to the last cliffhanging page. Eye-popping battles push the story along and makes sure there's an even amount of verve and tragedy.

Batman’s team faces the League of Shadows, which believes in only one thing: complete and utter destruction! The League’s plan for the city is revealed. Can even that secret compare to the bombshell that is the identity of Cassandra Cain’s mother? Find out in Detective Comics #952.

Detective Comics #952 is rated T for Teen. It contains violence and gore and frightening and intense scenes. Things do get a bit bloody when Shiva and her forces throw down with Batman's team and Ra's al Ghul's crew.

James Tynion IV wrote Detective Comics #952. Christian Duce Fernandez (Infinite Crisis) provided the artwork. It was released on March 8th through DC Comics. The book is 32 pages long.

Detective Comics #952 is available now in print and digital editions.

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟

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