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“Rise Of The Batmen” part 7! This epic concludes with a battle against the Colony that will change Batman’s world forever-and in a way you’d never expect! Whether they win or lose, they’ve already lost…


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“Rise Of The Batmen” part 7! This epic concludes with a battle against the Colony that will change Batman’s world forever-and in a way you’d never expect! Whether they win or lose, they’ve already lost…

30 review for Detective Comics #940

  1. 5 out of 5

    Roma

    Personal Raiting: 7/10 General Raiting: 7.3/10

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jedi JC Daquis

    I am deeply moved by this issue. And I gotta say, the splash page of Robin getting hit by drone bullets is one poster perfect piece of art. The quiet moments, the ones scarce with narration or dialogue are simply great to look at. Not at the level of Batman and Robin #18 (the Requiem issue), but still great. Suddenly, things went exponentially big and the players are in the table: the Bat-family, A.R.G.U.S, the Monster Men and the League of Shadows. Tynion IV pulled off a spectcular first arc of I am deeply moved by this issue. And I gotta say, the splash page of Robin getting hit by drone bullets is one poster perfect piece of art. The quiet moments, the ones scarce with narration or dialogue are simply great to look at. Not at the level of Batman and Robin #18 (the Requiem issue), but still great. Suddenly, things went exponentially big and the players are in the table: the Bat-family, A.R.G.U.S, the Monster Men and the League of Shadows. Tynion IV pulled off a spectcular first arc of the DC Rebirth Detective Comics. Good work!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    Yes, what a great first arc for the new rebirth Detective Comics. I really liked this issue and it packed a great emotional punch. The art was spot on and I hope Barrows continues drawing for this and Ferreira keeps doing the coloring. This really makes me want to pick up the Night of the Monster Men arc with Nightwing, Batman, and Detective Comics that is coming out soon. An outstanding ending arc to one of my favorite DC comics at the moment. The first arc "Rise of the Batman" which are issues Yes, what a great first arc for the new rebirth Detective Comics. I really liked this issue and it packed a great emotional punch. The art was spot on and I hope Barrows continues drawing for this and Ferreira keeps doing the coloring. This really makes me want to pick up the Night of the Monster Men arc with Nightwing, Batman, and Detective Comics that is coming out soon. An outstanding ending arc to one of my favorite DC comics at the moment. The first arc "Rise of the Batman" which are issues #1-7 of Detective Comics: 4/5 Score. So good, and the best current Batman book in my opinion.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brandon St Mark

    A lot of people will probably rate this issue five stars because of the... shocker that happens midway through, but having been "spoiled" for it (I but quotation marks around that because I don't really care about spoilers), it didn't really seem all that.... nessicary, I get. However, the ending was definitely interesting, thus I bumped it up to four stars rather than three.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    in superhero narratives getting a university offer is just code for "you're going to die soon" 85/100

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    Wow! just Wow! won't kid you the thing that they were doing with Tim... I was ready to throw my tablet in anger away for it but glad i didn't and super glad I read the whole book and saw what happened with Tim this was a extremely emotional issue and while I always did say that James Tynion is a fantastic writer ,I just can't stress enough how good the art was, In a story that's relaying the various characters emotions to the event that transpired Eddy Barrows and Alvaro Martinez bought the art Wow! just Wow! won't kid you the thing that they were doing with Tim... I was ready to throw my tablet in anger away for it but glad i didn't and super glad I read the whole book and saw what happened with Tim this was a extremely emotional issue and while I always did say that James Tynion is a fantastic writer ,I just can't stress enough how good the art was, In a story that's relaying the various characters emotions to the event that transpired Eddy Barrows and Alvaro Martinez bought the art to life and you could feel the pain of The characters... Am I Over reacting? I think not. with the bimonthly pattern of comic release that DC have started i see a pattern of sort developing with the week involving release of Titles such as Detective comics being the weeks you can't miss and Detective comics is arguably the best of those superb products of the week

  7. 4 out of 5

    Unai

    5 Estrellas a este numero en particular y a todo el primer arco argumental en general. Quizás, por quejarme de algo, hay cierto abuso de los rayos en el fondo. Paginazas como la completa de Tim o la de Spoiler y Batman. Y lo mejor, total incertidumbre respecto a donde vamos a ir ahora con el primer crossover gothamita.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    Conclusion to an epic storyline that leaves us one character less. I couldn't put this down and cannot wait for the joint storyline coming. This issue showcases the dominance DC has with the Rebirth series over the competition.

  9. 5 out of 5

    John

    Talk about having your heart ripped out.Tragedy hits the city of Gotham and things will never be the same.For a comic to move me the way this one did is simply amazing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    Hundreds of drones are attacking Gotham City and Red Robin has made himself their target. Can any of Batman’s allies possibly get to him in time or will Tim Drake make the ultimate heroic sacrifice? This issue wraps up the Rise of the Batmen story and it does so in amazing fashion! There is intensity in the storyline, emotions in the characters, drama in the situations, and excitement on the reader’s part. There’s so much going on here for the characters - Red Robin, obviously, but also Batman, B Hundreds of drones are attacking Gotham City and Red Robin has made himself their target. Can any of Batman’s allies possibly get to him in time or will Tim Drake make the ultimate heroic sacrifice? This issue wraps up the Rise of the Batmen story and it does so in amazing fashion! There is intensity in the storyline, emotions in the characters, drama in the situations, and excitement on the reader’s part. There’s so much going on here for the characters - Red Robin, obviously, but also Batman, Batwoman, and Spoiler have emotional stakes in what’s happening and they all have some highly emotional scenes. I can’t say enough about how Tynion has structured this story - it started off slowly and just kept gathering speed and intensity until you’re on a runaway train by this issue; and that’s emotionally as well as through the action. Over the seven issues of this story, you’ve gotten know these characters well enough (if you weren’t already invested in them previously) to really feel the impact of the events here. The scary situation for Red Robin and the desperation of the rest of the team to get to his aid. There is a compelling ending to this issue that sets up future stories. It really gives us something to hold onto and NEED to come back for more from this book. This was a great read with a really fantastic ending. An excellent way to start the new era of Detective Comics.

  11. 5 out of 5

    JeLo

    I recently started reading comics last month and I started with DC Comics because of the Rebirth initiative. So far, the Detective Comics really gets into me, I mean, it has the right blend of good writing and artwork. I already liked the first arc, delivering a good story on building the team, and makes me want to read more of it. I liked Batman in this because it feels like this is how Batman should be written (I know I just started reading, but there's something on Tom King's writing of Batma I recently started reading comics last month and I started with DC Comics because of the Rebirth initiative. So far, the Detective Comics really gets into me, I mean, it has the right blend of good writing and artwork. I already liked the first arc, delivering a good story on building the team, and makes me want to read more of it. I liked Batman in this because it feels like this is how Batman should be written (I know I just started reading, but there's something on Tom King's writing of Batman that feels a little bit off. But to be fair, I still liked it). I also liked the liked the characters team up and how they are showcased in the comics. I applaud Tynion in this and I'm looking forward to more good stories from him.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Diaz

    The climatic moment of this chapter, and the entire run of this story, hits you in the feels too much, this book proves to be an action drama about family overcoming and growing stronger, even after taking hits as hard as the one on this chapter. There's a mayor player (or players) revealed, and a scheme not just for the weakening of the Bat-Family, but the entire DCU, looming in the dark. The best Batman book out on the shelves.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    #940 – THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE “Tim saved hundreds of lives tonight, Stephanie. He put the world before himself, like he always did. Like the greatest heroes always do. He’ll be remembered for it.” – Batman

  14. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    Really great splash pages here. I was skeptical about the supposed "death" in this issue, but we do see what's actually happened rather than get left wondering. And I did like seeing the reactions to the supposed death.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Derek Neveu

    The end cheapens Tim's sacrifice, but still a great book!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Kimbler

    I knew this was coming, but it effected me more than I thought it would. The Batman/Spoiler scene was especially potent. Can't wait to see the fallout.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    feeeelz

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    The gold effin' standard of Rebirth, right now. Good lord, can this guy pull at the heart-strings. And the art? Tells the story even in the absence of dialog.

  19. 5 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    This is a masterpiece. I have searched long and hard for the Batman who HAS emotions but fights through them to protect the city and the ones he loves because THAT'S what makes him strong. The Batman I've only ever glimpsed in Gail Simone's "Batgirl" run. And finally. Finally. Here he is. The Batman I fell in love with. The Batman who can make mistakes and admit it, who can be scared, whose heart can break, who can abandon his post because someone he loves is in danger, who HAS CHARACTER DEVELOP This is a masterpiece. I have searched long and hard for the Batman who HAS emotions but fights through them to protect the city and the ones he loves because THAT'S what makes him strong. The Batman I've only ever glimpsed in Gail Simone's "Batgirl" run. And finally. Finally. Here he is. The Batman I fell in love with. The Batman who can make mistakes and admit it, who can be scared, whose heart can break, who can abandon his post because someone he loves is in danger, who HAS CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. He's learned the value of being part of a team, of having support from others, and instead of turning away and mourning alone, he accepts the comfort of someone who's hurting just as much as he is, and he reciprocates. How amazing is that? And why is it so difficult to find him portrayed this way?! This issue exemplifies why Batman is my favourite male superhero. And then there's Batwoman in the final face-off against the person she once trusted the most. She's hurt and angry and betrayed, but she stays in control because it isn't just about her. It's about the hundreds of people who are in danger, and the need for this person to be held responsible for their actions. And Tim Drake. Wow. I... I can't even put his scenes into words. I'd never read him before this series but I love him now and there's no turning back after what he did. This issue made me sob. Multiple times. Every time I turned the page a fresh wave of tears would come and I'd have to pause before moving forward. Anyone who know me knows I don't cry easily, so this... This is... Outstanding. If I could give it more than 5/5 stars, I would. James Tynion IV should just write the Bat family forever. Oh, yeah. And the art is really good.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    Oh man. I'm pretty divided. Tim's my favourite character, and DC's New 52 turned me off because I felt his characterisation changed. He became more cocky and less respectful. I felt that the things I loved about him got sacrificed too often for plot points that could have been achieved in better, different ways. So I'm pretty torn. Detective Comics brought back a trace of that old Tim. And I like the direction that the story accomplished by the end. But I feel that Tim's choice to get to that poi Oh man. I'm pretty divided. Tim's my favourite character, and DC's New 52 turned me off because I felt his characterisation changed. He became more cocky and less respectful. I felt that the things I loved about him got sacrificed too often for plot points that could have been achieved in better, different ways. So I'm pretty torn. Detective Comics brought back a trace of that old Tim. And I like the direction that the story accomplished by the end. But I feel that Tim's choice to get to that point was another instance where the author forced him into a situation a smarter, wiser version of him would have avoided. I like the end result and I'm intrigued at where they'll go. I'm removed from the emotional impact because I think it was pushed on me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ah Rebirth strikes again, using some mysterious, all-powerful watcher figure to avoid actually taking a direction. This was truly fantastic until that fake-out robbed it of meaning. Like where this leaves Batwoman, Batman and Spoiler emotionally (especially that moment the latter two share) and am already bitter about the issue that will eventually make them forget it. I wish comics weren't so risk-averse.

  22. 5 out of 5

    20hrsinamerica

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Not enough Cass, Clay, or even Kate. But, at least they didn't kill Tim. That's all I really care about. Stop killing Robins. And his shout out including Jason...I'm not crying, you're crying. Slightly annoyed I have to pick up in the middle of other titles though to get what's happening in #940. Like I know that's how comics work, but still.

  23. 5 out of 5

    M

    THIS is the Batman I love, one who cares for his Robins, past and present (even though he doesn't get much to do... which I actually kind of like. go Batwoman!). I never thought I'd be reading and enjoying Detective Comics so much.

  24. 4 out of 5

    mike andrews

    A sacrifice is made.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Giovanna Cristina

    EU NÃO ACREDITO QUE VCS ME FIZERAM CHORAR POR CAUSA DA BATFAMILY DE NOVO DC EU ODEIO VCS

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tar Buendía

    Me ha dolido mas el abrazo que cualquier otra cosa. Estupendo el arco completo.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    This was some very nice story telling. Some fine art as well.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alysha Nair

  29. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  30. 4 out of 5

    kenia ivashkov

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