kevo_1984's Batwing #28 - Master Torres Was Right review

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BATWING IS GETTING INTERESTING!

Ever since I picked up #1, I could not stop reading it.

THIS IS A GREAT comic. I admit, I kinda miss David, (First Batwing), but after the jump start from Luke Fox... I am in it for the long haul. I actually stopped buying comics for awhile until I heard of Batwing. In this issue, Luke is really starting taking shape of his detective side. I waited so long for the writers to get Batman out of the picture. I mean, for some time now Batwing started to look nothing more than another side-kick robin. BUT I AM SO GLAD they made him more independent. You can see his hunger for justice and his character taking shape. I can't wait for issue #29! I hope they come out with variant covers! Good job GRAY and Palaminotti!

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