Thursday, September 29, 2016

Review: Detective Comics #941

Review: Detective Comics #941
Submitted by: Theresa Stier, Comic News Writer
28 September 2016

“Night of the Monster Men: Part Three,” by  Steve Orlando, James Tynion, and artist Andy Macdonald, is a bit gory. There are a lot of pages where Gotham Girl, or someone else, tears one of the monsters apart. It seems though that each time the blood of these monsters land on someone, that person becomes one of them (which of course is never a good thing). I'm curious to see how this is going to turn, considering that now Nightwing and Gotham Girl are one of these monsters (thanks to Gotham Girl going a little crazy and destroying one of the monsters). I'm excited, yet a little nervous, to see what is going to happen in the next issue.

Hopefully, they won't have to get hurt (or worse) in the process of being turned back into their normal selves. I'm pretty sure, Bruce or someone else will find a cure to change them back without having to kill them (at least I hope so). Even though, sometimes when a comic has more than just a few characters it can be confusing, this comic doesn't run into that problem. It's formatted well, where you don't feel like the stories are just thrown onto the page.

The Verdict: This is not a comic for someone who might be a little squeamish. This comic is going to be setting something up big for the next issue, so you're going to want to read this one before the next one comes out. I am curious to see what that big something is. 

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