Well, this is a first for me. Well, since I'll be looking at a comic, I'll try to avoid spoilers. So with that said, this is an interesting beginning. Since this is the first issue of this series, it does it's best to set the pieces for later, and it creates enough mysteries that make you want to keep reading. Like for example, at the end of this comic, Commissioner Gordon does something that not only leaves him and the readers baffled, but also leads to many lives being lost. I don't wanna say what it is, but it is shocking. Honestly, I wish I could go into further details, but even what I just said is more than I'd like to say, so I'll leave it there.
The artwork for this story is well-done, and detailed. The use of colors is nice, and the arrangement of the panels is done rather well. And the dialogue? It's good. It's flowing, natural, smart, and fits all the characters nicely. I would like to go into more details about this comic, but, I don't know what else to say about the beginning of a story, and this is the first review I've typed on my iPod. So all I can say for now? I think I'd wait for the Graphic Novel before making a full opinion, but otherwise? Not a bad beginning.