Batman/Detective Comics

Batman/Detective Comics

Volume 3, Emperor Penguin

Paperback - 2013
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Oswald Cobblepot has a plan. No longer content with merely being the crime lord the Penguin, he yearns for the love of Gotham City. All he has to do is call a hit on Bruce Wayne, and in one night, the Penguin goes from notorious criminal to beloved savior of Gotham. Everything is going exactly according to plan.

But when chaos strikes, even the best plan crumbles. And when Joker returns to Gotham, chaos comes with him.

Now, with Penguin temporarily out of commission and Batman busy trying to stop Poison Ivy and a group of Joker-obsessed maniacs, a new threat creeps in from the sidelines. He calls himself Emperor Penguin. He's everything Penguin was and more. And he's bad news for Batman...and very bad news for Oswald Cobblepot.

BATMAN - DETECTIVE COMICS: EMPEROR PENGUIN Acclaimed writer John Layman (CHEW) makes his mark on the Dark Knight Detective, with incredible art from Jason Fabok (BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT) and Andy Clarke (BATMAN AND ROBIN). Collects issues #13-18.
Published: New York :, DC Comics,, [2013]
ISBN: 9781401246341
9781401242664
1401242669
Branch Call Number: GN BAT VOL. 3
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,chiefly color illustrations ;,27 cm
Additional Contributors: Clarke, Andy (Comic artist)
Fabok, Jay
Alternative Title: Emperor Penguin

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theorbys Aug 08, 2014

The art is not only great, it is perfectly adapted for the grim world of the Dark Knight, and the stories were excellent. The creative team has done everything right on DC's flagship character.

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Keogh
Jun 12, 2014

A new creative team for the book takes things in a different direction as the Penguin gets betrayed from within his own organization and a new player rises up against him. Layman and Fabok take on the reins of the book in a good fashion, driving the story forward in a way that fits the characters.

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BrianLaBelle
Mar 01, 2014

This third volume of the New-52's Detective Comics switches up the writer and artist and introduces a new threat to Batman's Rogues Gallery. A very solid read by newcomers to Batman, Layman & Fabok.

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