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  • Batman Eternal #5
  • Scott Snyder
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  • 09 September 2019

Batman Eternal #5❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Batman Eternal #5 Author Scott Snyder – Essayreview.co.uk Red Robin takes center stage in a major Gotham City mystery that has Harper and Cullen Row caught in the crosshairs Red Robin takes center stage in a major Gotham City mystery that has Harper and Cullen Row caught in the crosshairs.


About the Author: Scott Snyder

Scott Snyder is the Eisner and Harvey Award winning writer on DC Comics Batman, Swamp Thing, and his original series for Vertigo, American Vampire He is also the author of the short story collection, Voodoo Heart, published by the Dial Press in Batman Eternal PDF or The paperback version was published in the summer of .


10 thoughts on “Batman Eternal #5

  1. says:

    The tension is maintained and the quality of the graphics increased No bad

  2. says:

    I ve finished reading another set of four issues for this series and they have been engaging enough, especially with those ridiculously splendid Andy Kubert covers So let s get to the reviewing now, shall we In Disinfect, we switch back to Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV as the writing team, while we get artist Andy Clarke to draw this issue this time around Depending on where you re coming from, this issue could be seen as a filler story, considering how disconnected it is from the main plot I ve finished reading another set of four issues for this series and they have been engaging enough, especially with those ridiculously splendid Andy Kubert covers So let s get to the reviewing now, shall we In Disinfect, we switch back to Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV as the writing team, while we get artist Andy Clarke to draw this issue this time around Depending on where you re coming from, this issue could be seen as a filler story, considering how disconnected it is from the main plot points we ve been following in the last four issues I think it does serve as a filler one though it s certainly something you can enjoy in some places I only have one or two nitpicks the entire time I was reading it and it was mostly about Vicki Vale Just like with my favorite Eternal issue so far, which was 3, Snyder and Tynion once again had three stories happening alongside each other for Disinfectant This time they converge as one by the last scenes The central characters for this story are what we may call secondary or supporting ones in the Batverse they were Tim Drake, Harper Row and Vicki Vale The setting is in the Narrows, one of the places in the city that is caught in the ongoing yet not very visible gang war However, unlike issue 3, the subplots here are not particularly engaging hence the filler feel I did enjoy this issue, though, even if I wasinterested to read the continuation of the primary Gordon and Falcone storylines already because the previous issue too wasBatgirl centered Still, personally, I m just glad Tim Drake is here and that he s actually doingoutside of his Teen Titans run In this case, he s building robots and investigating the plague of nanobots that may have something to do with Professor Pyg Now I haven t been interested in him in New 52 lately especially whenever he s in crossover tie ins with other Bat titles because it s either he s taken for granted entirely and is just there for body count, or for inconsequential purposes of the plot This issue not only makes use of him well but he also references Death of the Family events concerning Damian in particular, and whatever happened to Dick in Forever Evil These things are mentioned while he s conversing with Batman and he s quite cold towards him which is reasonable when you understand how the complications indirectly caused by Bruce Wayne have taken its toll on Tim himself I have to admit that Tim is not exactly the Robin I grew up with, let alone one whom I ever thoroughly enjoyed My exposure to him was probably in Teen Titans back in the nineties but I never got to read comics consistently when I was younger, honestly, so I never really got into him until Tomasi s issue about War of the Robins I thought the rivalry between him and Damian was amusing and two months ago when I was reading Knightfall and I found myself genuinely liking his characterization there Would Tim Drake be in other Eternal issues, I wonder If he continues to be this relevant and active in the next storylines then, please, bring him on.Another delightful part for this issue is Harper Row, probably the most promising original character of Snyder s I totally adore her personality and her relationship with her brother Connor I also remember now that the preview Eternal issue 28 for Snyder s Batman actually mentioned the nanobots and that Harper Row there was now Bluebird Anyway, I thought she was pretty fierce here, always the ready kick ass girl scout and yet still vulnerable and sympathetic I liked her interaction with Tim Drake here hell, I absolutely loved how Tim Drake unceremoniously crashed the party by literally falling from the floor above them while he was being possessed by nanobots That was a Crowning Moment of Awesome right there I LOLed pretty hard Another thing I loved about Harper Row in this story is that she hilariously undermines Vicki Vale, the supposedly adult woman who should know better Can we talk about Vale now because she was the only part of this issue that got me scratching my head My final rating for this issue once I finished this review is something y all should blame on her.I don t understand why she was stupid enough to go to the Narrows and randomly pick the scariest looking motherfucker to get a sound bite about the gang war between Penguin and Falcone I feel that she was just showing off to the high school intern who came along with her and I m sorry but it was very juvenile and did not help me relate to her character at all, considering I myself have a background in the media I took four years of Broadcast Journalism and was the associate editor of our student paper and that is not how you do investigative work, Ms Vale It was sloppy and irresponsible I was offended by how this supposedly strong willed female character was portrayed Sure, in the end, she got her scoop by forcefully shoving a gang member against the wall using a taser but even the fact that she published a piece about it was questionable and very unrealistic Everything about her actions and motivations are unconvincing and shameful I know for a fact that I can overlook this and forgive Snyder and Tynion because at least they gave me Tim and Harper who really engaged me here But still, I hope Vicki Vale improves because I have a feeling that the Gotham Gazette will still have to make coverage since they are the news and Gotham has never beenripe for controversy and exclusive expos than at this moment.RECOMMENDED 7 10DO READ 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  3. says:

    The artwork is good, though there was a moment where Vicki Vale s face looked creepy I like that this focused on side characters in Gotham, but I was confused about what was going on with Cullen Guess I have to do research as I continue reading these.

  4. says:

    Very good anthology Batman series by a carousel of creators starting with Scott Snyder.

  5. says:

    Oh man I gotta do research.Robin is dead Joker is dead Who the heck is Damian My son told me that Red Robin is from the Teen Titans and it looks like he s right I d have no idea We re reading these at the same time Not much Batman action in this one but we do catch up with Vicki Vale who I thought was just made up for the movies.

  6. says:

    SOME SHOCKING MOMENTS SPRINKLED REGULARLY THROUGHOUT THE STORY.BUT FOR ME THE BIGGEST TAKEAWAY IS THE ARTWORK.

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