enjoyed this story, and learning that Damian Wayne has taken his grandfather’s
place as the head of the League of Assassins. It’s seems so obvious when one
thinks about it. He’s still the same arrogant Damian that once served as
Batman’s sidekick, but he is now far more lethal, much to Bruce’s dismay. But
is he the villain? Well, that’s a gray area, no doubt one that will be explored
in future issues.
disappointment was how the story wrapped itself up so neatly, literally with
hugs all around. I wouldn’t expect such a level of peace to be attained so
easily. No doubt that will be explored as well. How long will it be before
Damian seeks out Terry McGinnis’ help on some crisis within the League?
artwork has been exemplary in this story arc; everything one expects from a
comic book artist. If there is a DC Comics house style, Chang is capable of
easily emulating it, while giving it his own spin at the same time.
But I’ll be
honest – after three issues of fisticuffs, I’m a wee bit tired, and am looking
forward to dozing on the flying car ride back to Gotham City. Perhaps after
this epic, Jurgens should craft a couple of done-in-ones, to give new arrivals
the chance to catch up.