Batman #118 (2016)

Batman #118 (2016)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Joshua Williamson
(A/CA) Jorge Molina
New creative team! Start of a new story arc as Batman leaves Gotham! "Abyss" part one! As Gotham celebrates surviving Fear State, Batman retreats alone into the darkness. But when he learns of a mystery involving Batman Inc., it forces the Caped Crusader to leave Gotham for a brand-new adventure! Thrills, chills, and international intrigue await! The Dark Knight begins a new story with superstar artist Jorge Molina and new writer Joshua Williamson!
Date Available: 12/07/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


After taking the biggest Bat-break of my comic life (not having read the main Batman title since Tom King’s wedding issue) I decided to give Williamson’s first issue a try. After reading it I couldn’t decide if I was genuinely impressed or if it had just been awhile since I read a main continuity Batman book, so I read it a second time and I think this is a solid jumping on point for new readers but also doesn’t completely detach itself from what came before like other recent creative team changes have been in other comics. It’s always a tricky path to hop on a character right after a celebrated run and I think Williamson is the guy for it, so while most are grabbing this issue for the McFarlane homage cover, be sure to actually read it too.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Joshua Williamson
(A/CA) Jorge Molina
New creative team! Start of a new story arc as Batman leaves Gotham! "Abyss" part one! As Gotham celebrates surviving Fear State, Batman retreats alone into the darkness. But when he learns of a mystery involving Batman Inc., it forces the Caped Crusader to leave Gotham for a brand-new adventure! Thrills, chills, and international intrigue await! The Dark Knight begins a new story with superstar artist Jorge Molina and new writer Joshua Williamson!
Date Available: 12/07/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


After taking the biggest Bat-break of my comic life (not having read the main Batman title since Tom King’s wedding issue) I decided to give Williamson’s first issue a try. After reading it I couldn’t decide if I was genuinely impressed or if it had just been awhile since I read a main continuity Batman book, so I read it a second time and I think this is a solid jumping on point for new readers but also doesn’t completely detach itself from what came before like other recent creative team changes have been in other comics. It’s always a tricky path to hop on a character right after a celebrated run and I think Williamson is the guy for it, so while most are grabbing this issue for the McFarlane homage cover, be sure to actually read it too.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


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