guardiandevil801's Batman #3 - The Thirteenth Hour review

They're in our Homes!!!

As Batman continues to investigate The Court of Owls he discovers they are in his city. I liked how we see Bruce's great-greatfather Alan Wayne in the begining and I liked how it goes into the past and then into the present in the story. I liked how Alfred helped Bruce with the Owls and said he needed sunshine like bats. The mystery with the Court of Owls is so good and I like how Batman is so determined to get them and stop them. I liked how Batman's technology is so cool like how he could tell if the criminal was lying or telling the truth in his mask. The art is so spectacular and amazing because it fits Batman and Gotham too. Overall I'm giving it a 5/5 because its getting more exciting, the art is amazing and Batman is in trouble at the end of the comic, but more imporantly it's a amazing story and fans should read this.


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