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"Elegy" part 3 of 4! Batwoman unites with an unlikely ally to momentarily defeat the fairytale villain known as Alice. But when Kate is forced to attend a high society event, she soon learns that her worlds are colliding as Alice's plans for Gotham's elite put Kate's father directly in harm's way.


Plus, in the next part of The Question co-feature, writer Greg Rucka and artist Cully Hamner bring Renee's search for a missing girl to new depths when The Question is trapped inside a sinking car. Will her life and her leads end up at the bottom of the river?

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Elegy, Part Three. 0

And it just keeps on rolling.  Amazing.  The art continues to impress me here.  The detail in some of the panels is awesome.  I can just sit and look at some of them for a long time.  The patterns in Alice's clothes, the details in the forest... I spent a lot of time just soaking in the details.  It took me a longer time than normal to read this, because I would just stop and look at the panels and try to see every little detail.  It was fun.  The use of colors is great as well.  Such an interes...

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The great work continues 0

The great work here continues. This really is one of my favorite titles. It is just so beautiful. Rucka pulls no punches when it comes to Kate’s sexuality and I love that. The story is intriguing, but discussion with the supporting cast can be a little confusing, if like me you had never read any story with Kate Kane/Batwoman before. Like Pyg in the pages of Batman & Robin another great addition to the villains of Gotham is the haunting Alice.Finally The Question back up should not be ignore...

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