This week was the first time I saw the Dr Who/Star Trek crossover so I just had to pick it up (being a fan of both the Dr and TNG). What a great idea! Cybermen and Borg - a match made in heaven! Picard did have several awkward expressions though; I can't tell if I really like the art style or it is a little too (for lack of a better term) touched-by-an-angel...
B TDK 0, there's aslo a Clown paint that turns into the Joker in the rain
and a kid wearing a T Shirt with the S symbol, at the airport before Bruce takes his plane to Tibet .(?) Could this indicate that Superman/boy had already been seen in action 10+ years ago
Bruce also turns 18 in this issue, so if he solves the case he was investigating and some time later takes on that plane, can we assume that he is about 28/30 years old at this moment? as he starts his journey around 10 years ago & Damian is about 11 years old?
Best Toy in a comic: Rose & Thorn - Wonder Woman plushie
Dude, did you just say "wear a helmet" then point at your junk?
One year in to the reboot, DC has already screwed up their continuity with their five year timeline. They could have just said "years later" and left it ambiguous.
@ncarolinasailor: The art style, for the most part, is pretty good. The faces are weird to me, though. I think it's because there's a uncanny valley quality to them, since the characters aren't stylized and veer more towards realism. Still, it's a fun read, and I love the covers (especially the one with Capt. Kirk and the Fourth Doctor!)
@G-Man : Bruce did not know for sure that Talon ever existed but from Batman #3 panels, there is a conversation between Bruce & Alfred where Bruce states that he knows about some kind of court of owls as a "Folktale".... and the talon who attacked is making him believe it isn't so. What I think is he had probably drawn that sketch deriving out of folktales he might have heard during his childhood days or somewhere.
Checkout the panels below:
@kartron: You know I read that issue. Yes there was a folktale about them. The question is how would Bruce have a detailed sketch of what these folktale creatures look like. If they were based on eye-witness accounts, then that should be enough info to lead him into finding out more. And does this mean he spent more time looking into them. It seemed in BATMAN that after he spent those days locked in the upper room, he gave up the idea that they existed.
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