Detective Comics definitely grabbed my attention with issue 963. Any time Anarky is brought to Gotham City, I'll be there for sure. I've been a huge fan of the character since his debut in 1989. That particular time period is when I first really started reading comics and I love Norm Breyfogle's artwork. It also didn't hurt that the character had an anti-establishment attitude and name and reflected what I was into at the time (punk rock).
Having exiled herself from Batman’s world, Spoiler has nearly destroyed herself trying to expose the corruption of Gotham City’s vigilantes in Detective Comics #963. Fortunately for her, help has arrived…but unfortunately for the city, it’s in the form of the mysterious Anarky! Is he truly on the side of the people, or is he a dangerous lunatic?
Issue 963 brings Anarky back and he wants to clean the streets of Gotham with a new way of thinking and a new definition of the very concept he us named after. The question he raises again is does the end justify the means to which you get there? Readers will definitely be left wanting more as the last page creeps up.
James Tynion IV wrote Detective Comics #963. Artwork was provided by Carmen Carnero. It was released on August 23rd through DC Comics. The book is 32 pages long.
Detective Comics #963 is available now in print and digital editions.
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟 and a half.