carnivalofsins00's Detective Comics #878 - Hungry City, Part Three of Three review

Detective Comics #878

  

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Posted by B'Town

Scott Snyder is a RockStar! I truly love how he maintains Batman as the badass detective. I don't think other Batman books really give us that.

As for Snyder, as much as I am a die hard fan of Detective Comics, several issues back I was getting bored with it. Snyder brought back the gritty sort of noir-ish Detective book I love.

Thanks again for a fine review.

Posted by MrUnknown

Good review.

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