Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 5: A Lonely Place of

Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 5: A Lonely Place of Living [Ebook] ➩ Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 5: A Lonely Place of Living ➨ James Tynion IV – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Dark Knight s team of Gotham City vigilantes including Batwoman, Clayface and Azrael continue to protect their home in BATMAN DETECTIVE COMICS VOL Having exiled herself from Batman s world, forme The Dark Knight s team of Gotham City Comics, Volume PDF ↠ vigilantes including Batwoman, Clayface and Azrael continue to protect their home in BATMAN DETECTIVE COMICS VOLHaving exiled herself from Batman s world, former ally Spoiler has nearly destroyed herself trying to expose the corruption of Gotham City s vigilantes Fortunately for her, help has arrivedbut unfortunately for the city, it s in the form of the mysterious Anarky Is he truly on the Batman: Detective PDF/EPUB ² side of the people, or is he a dangerous lunatic From writer James Tynion IV BATMAN TMNT and the spectacular art team including Alvaro Martinez BATMAN ETERNAL comes the newest volume of DETECTIVE COMICS Collects DETECTIVE COMICS and DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL.


10 thoughts on “Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 5: A Lonely Place of Living

  1. Chad Chad says:

    Tynion has really found his stride with this Gotham Knights team The main story reveals who Brother Oz is so read Action Comics Superman The Oz Effect first if you don t want that spoiled Tim Drake finally escapes and returns to Gotham in a wonderful story where he must confront himself I won t go into anydetails so as to not spoil anything The final two issues update us on Spoiler and to be honest, Spoiled Brat would be a better name for her She could drop off the face of the earth Tynion has really found his stride with this Gotham Knights team The main story reveals who Brother Oz is so read Action Comics Superman The Oz Effect first if you don t want that spoiled Tim Drake finally escapes and returns to Gotham in a wonderful story where he must confront himself I won t go into anydetails so as to not spoil anything The final two issues update us on Spoiler and to be honest, Spoiled Brat would be a better name for her She could drop off the face of the earth at this point and I wouldn t care The Clayface part of the story is muchinteresting I really like how Tynion has taken what had become a one note villain and given him this redemption story line.Eddy Barrows and Alvaro Martinez, partculary, make the book look great I do, however, wish they d lay off the two page spreads The layouts they use are really hard for my eye to follow and I constantly found myself reading them as single pages before realizing they were double pages


  2. Scott Scott says:

    It was okay the title tale is a occasionally plodding four chapter story focusing on Tim Drake and his predicament, so your mileage may vary Initially I didn t find it interesting but things improved once the rest of the extended Bat family started making appearances and jumping into the fray.Better was the Utopia Dystopia finale a story centered mostly on heroine Spoiler Stephanie Brown, formerly known as the other Batgirl as she is tempted by Anarchy to join in his secret undergro It was okay the title tale is a occasionally plodding four chapter story focusing on Tim Drake and his predicament, so your mileage may vary Initially I didn t find it interesting but things improved once the rest of the extended Bat family started making appearances and jumping into the fray.Better was the Utopia Dystopia finale a story centered mostly on heroine Spoiler Stephanie Brown, formerly known as the other Batgirl as she is tempted by Anarchy to join in his secret underground city Batman, of course, has something to say about it There is also a parallel plot with Clayface being plagued by guilt and self doubt, and his conversations with the well meaning Dr Victoria October actually bring in a sort of human element to the science fiction angle


  3. Wing Kee Wing Kee says:

    Holy shit Tynion IV just made me shit my pants World The art is good, the splash page centric art is beautiful, the art is a bit scratchy but overall it s pretty fantastic The world building, the stuff with Clayface is great, the humanity of this group and the Bat family dynamic in this world and how it interacts with the rest of the DCU is great Then there s the Tim Drake stuff which I won t talk about here cause it s spoilers but I will say that Tynion IV has pulled all of Tim s history in Holy shit Tynion IV just made me shit my pants World The art is good, the splash page centric art is beautiful, the art is a bit scratchy but overall it s pretty fantastic The world building, the stuff with Clayface is great, the humanity of this group and the Bat family dynamic in this world and how it interacts with the rest of the DCU is great Then there s the Tim Drake stuff which I won t talk about here cause it s spoilers but I will say that Tynion IV has pulled all of Tim s history into this I feel is his best work with DC yet And calling Brother from the DCU Holy shit Story Let s get the ho hum Spoiler story out of the ways first It s okay, still not really liking this version of Steph but it is in line with who she is It was aight The Basil story was beautiful and I love how Tynion IV has paired him off with Cassandra, it s beautiful Then there is the I feel his best work in this Tim Drake story I can t say any but just enjoy it It s well thought out, well paced, we ll written, we ll researched and just a really good story that builds on everything in the past and everything Tynion IV has built since taking over this book The story makes sense cause this is the purest Tim Drake I ve read in a long long time Characters Basil is tragic and well done Steph is rather naive and annoying but still well done Anarky was zzz The Bat family was on point and Tynion IV understood each and everyone very clearly and the roles they play in the Bat family This books characters were very very on point Then there s Tim, holy shit He is fully realized and written so well that this is the best Tim Drake story I ve read in a long long time His character voice is clear, his personality is clear and how he is and at the core is all here so beautifully written it made me shit my pants I am being vague due to spoilers but holy shit the pieces that Tynion IV for Timmind blowing After this arc, Tim needs his own book We need his own book I need his own book Onward to the next book read individual issues


  4. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Now THIS is what I m talking about Detective Comics finishes 2017 with the strongest volume since volume 1 The first couple of issues mostly focus on Spoiler and her finding her place in this world now that she s walked away from the bat family Once we get past that we focus on Tim Drake You know our hero who has been gone 30 issues Well he s back and he s bringing someone with him With a FUTURE Tim Drake following around the Tim we all know and love we begin to have a race of protecting t Now THIS is what I m talking about Detective Comics finishes 2017 with the strongest volume since volume 1 The first couple of issues mostly focus on Spoiler and her finding her place in this world now that she s walked away from the bat family Once we get past that we focus on Tim Drake You know our hero who has been gone 30 issues Well he s back and he s bringing someone with him With a FUTURE Tim Drake following around the Tim we all know and love we begin to have a race of protecting the future and the present Good Everything involving Tim Drake It s obvious that James Tynion loves this character His writing for this character is great The back and forth between our Tim and future Tim is great The outlook on life, and small sneak peeks into what COULD happen is both exciting and interesting The Tim Drake of the future s plans are great and only could be stopped by one man was wonderful The art also is once again solid and probably the best the series had to offer The clayface stuff was also a huge plus and him and Cas being brother sister relationship is perfect Bad The Spoiler stuff just kind of feels meh After a long build up in other issues this really did nothing for me and was glad it was over Overall this was wonderful Easily the best Detective Comics volume for me Now that this series is picking up steam again I can t wait for what s next Awesome job James Tynion Keep it up A 4 out of 5


  5. Chelsea & Chelsea & says:

    3.5 stars.This wasn t bad just not something I was super into I ve said it before and I ll keep saying it Tim is not my favorite Batfam member He s my least favorite of all the Robins because I just don t find anything interesting about him I appreciate that he appears to be the most intelligent and that s great in some ways, he s a lot like Bruce in that he s not the best fighter that s Cass followed by Damian and much of his success is the result of just being incredibly intelligent 3.5 stars.This wasn t bad just not something I was super into I ve said it before and I ll keep saying it Tim is not my favorite Batfam member He s my least favorite of all the Robins because I just don t find anything interesting about him I appreciate that he appears to be the most intelligent and that s great in some ways, he s a lot like Bruce in that he s not the best fighter that s Cass followed by Damian and much of his success is the result of just being incredibly intelligent That being said, that does not make him interesting.80% of this book follows Tim and I was trying to stay interested It didn t kick off for me until the rest of the Batfam showed up and then it slowed oncefor Steph s side story I realize, Steph and Tim were the weakest links in this cast for me and my disinterest in this volume shows It wasn t poorly written it just heavily featured characters I wasn t that interested in The Steph part of it seriously bums me out because I loved her in the pre 52 comics I read.So, I liked the bit with Basil and Cass I semi enjoyed watching the Batfam all join together to try to take Tim down and that was it The rest of this didn t really hold my interest


  6. Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote) Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote) says:

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.As unfortunate as it is of recent news regarding the exit of James Tynion IV as the main writer on this Batman Detective Comics series in order to work on the new series that spun out of the Batman Metal event, his contribution has been solid and his run, long and filled with exciting characters With the integration of characters like Azrael and Batwing, as well as the introduction of a brand new group of villains who go by the name of the Vi You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.As unfortunate as it is of recent news regarding the exit of James Tynion IV as the main writer on this Batman Detective Comics series in order to work on the new series that spun out of the Batman Metal event, his contribution has been solid and his run, long and filled with exciting characters With the integration of characters like Azrael and Batwing, as well as the introduction of a brand new group of villains who go by the name of the Victim Syndicate, I think it s safe to say that James Tynion IV has done some pretty great things so far, and A Lonely Place of Living is also one of those.In volume 5, two different story arcs can be found The first one is a two issue story respectively called Utopia and Dystopia This short story essentially draws back into focus Stephanie Brown, also known as Spoiler As she continues to linger in her grief with the loss of one of our heroes in a previous event, Spoiler teams up with Anarky yes, we re talking about the villain here as he attempts to seduce her into a new opportunity that could potentially help her help the world slightly differently than how Batman and friends do it The sudden exposition of a whole new underground city is quickly put back into perspective when Batman comes swinging by and revealing Anarky s true intentions.The second story arc is called A Lonely Place of Living and is the main storyline of this volume In this story arc Tim Drake, also known as Red Robin, takes center stage and finally enlightens fans on what the hell is going on with his sudden disappearance As this four issue story develops, we are quickly pulled into a multiple timeline story where Tim Drake s origin is brought to light and analyzed in terms of motives and conviction The new threat also shines in his understanding of everyone on the team and uses it to attempt the one thing that no one seems to understand change the future Hello, Back to the Future Besides the shortly lived first storyarc, this volume continues to prove why James Tynion IV is a great writer His stories are always dialogue heavy but also centered around character development The second storyarc is where the real fun begins with a lot of fantastic plot twists that continues to make you wonder about the big picture and what is actually going on in the DC universe While Mr Oz, the person who kidnapped Red Robin and imprisoned in a mystical temporal prison, was a mystery that seemed to never have a solution, James Tynion IV quickly drops a nuke on fans as his identity is revealed and sparked evenquestions As if things couldn t get anyweird, view spoiler future Tim Drake hide spoiler makes an appearance.His arrival also opens up a whole new narrative that is focused on the future as we slowly understand how Red Robin saved Batman from his demise by taking on the role of Robin Understanding the motives behind this character also offers a nice Tim Drake focused character development, which isn t something that you often see The action that accompanies all this wasn t mind blowing, but it did what it had to do in pushing the story forward Hints of what is to come is also well planted as it grows into what might turn out to be a pretty devastating future The artwork continues to be cohesive and consistent throughout this volume, and even through this series, but I wasn t particularly stunned by anything that was done in that department.Now the wait is on as fans of this series wait for James Tynion IV s final volume before someone else takes on the challenge in maintaining the quality of this series, or even outshining Scott Snyder s apprentice Yours truly,Lashaan Blogger and Book ReviewerOfficial blog


  7. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    Read as single issues What s Stephanie Brown been up to recently How about dealing with Anarchy and his twisted view of what the future should be Yep, that ll do it Then, Tim Drake is alive But as Mr Oz s prison falls, he must contend with a devastating vision of his future as it literally comes to kill him and everyone he cares about.The Spoiler storyline has been percolating in the background of this series for a while now and finally comes to a boil here just in time for Tim s return St Read as single issues What s Stephanie Brown been up to recently How about dealing with Anarchy and his twisted view of what the future should be Yep, that ll do it Then, Tim Drake is alive But as Mr Oz s prison falls, he must contend with a devastating vision of his future as it literally comes to kill him and everyone he cares about.The Spoiler storyline has been percolating in the background of this series for a while now and finally comes to a boil here just in time for Tim s return Steph s point of view feels nature and different, really clashing with her colleagues for reasons that aren t your usual superhero squabble fare The art s a bit looser on these ones with Carmen Carnero stepping in for both issues, but they fit the usual standard for Detective Comics.Then we get to the real meat of the volume A Lonely Place Of Living is great stuff, as Tim Drake returns and deals with his future self as well as everything that he s missed recently The change in Tim s character feels a little forced at times, but being in prison and then fighting yourself can do a lot to a guy, so I think it s fair to roll with it The story is as deeply emotional as when Tim died back in Rise Of The Batmen, and the reactions of his team as they come to grips with his return all feel so natural.It s only appropriate that Eddy Barrows and Alvaro Martinez get to draw the story of Tim s return, since they were the ones to usher him off way back when They ve been the super stars of this run, with Martinez really stepping out of the proverbial shadows as a powerhouse of an artist.Detective Comics is still full throttle on the quality, with enough downtime to explore genuine emotional beats where necessary


  8. Rory Wilding Rory Wilding says:

    Considering that he is often seen as a lone vigilante who strikes criminals like a creature of the night, Batman has always had a sense of family, from his trusted butler Alfred to the number of Robins who have allied with the Dark Knight throughout the decades As we learned from The Lego Batman Movie, friends are family and that is a key theme in James Tynion IV s run on Detective Comics since the start of Rebirth.Please click here for my full review Considering that he is often seen as a lone vigilante who strikes criminals like a creature of the night, Batman has always had a sense of family, from his trusted butler Alfred to the number of Robins who have allied with the Dark Knight throughout the decades As we learned from The Lego Batman Movie, friends are family and that is a key theme in James Tynion IV s run on Detective Comics since the start of Rebirth.Please click here for my full review


  9. Mizuki Mizuki says:

    4.8 stars 1 I saw Cass kicking the daylight out of someone in this volume.And instantly I feel a lot better about this world 2 Holy cow, one of the villains view spoiler Anarky hide spoiler simply turns out to be one of those look I m doing the right thing to bring safety and justice to the general public so you should help me kind of person sighs How predicable can it get 3 I admit it, I jumped to read this vol 5 without reading the first four volumes first, I think the storyli 4.8 stars 1 I saw Cass kicking the daylight out of someone in this volume.And instantly I feel a lot better about this world 2 Holy cow, one of the villains view spoiler Anarky hide spoiler simply turns out to be one of those look I m doing the right thing to bring safety and justice to the general public so you should help me kind of person sighs How predicable can it get 3 I admit it, I jumped to read this vol 5 without reading the first four volumes first, I think the storyline isn t hard to follow after all I did read some spoilers for the previous volumes so I think I understand what is going on here as a whole, the plots are neat and it is doing quite well, I m totally looking forward for the next volume, and by the way,Batwoman andCass is she now the Black Bat in the story I am not sure are always welcomed 4 The whole fucking major plot twist about view spoiler Tim becomes the future Batman and the guy goes back in time to try stopping this future from happening by i roughing up his present younger self ii threatening to kill Damian for doing horrible things to Jon , iii threatening to kill Batwoman, iv taking on the rest of the former current Robins hide spoiler , well the whole thing is exciting enough but I seriously need to see some answers as to why the future will turn out like this 5 Okay Tim as Red Robin is always welcome 6 I m glad that Batman doesn t show up too often in the story, too much exposure tends to kill a good character 7 Goddamnit Cellphones really are dangerous things Review Red Hood and the Outlaws vol 2 2016 , jumps to read the first volume


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