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Batman: Battle for the Cowl Paperback – November 9, 2010
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The Battle for the Cowl is a three issue story focusing on Dick Grayson. I disagreed with other reviewers. It was fun and action-packed and seemed to open up storylines for other Batman titles. SPOILER (if you haven't figured it out already): It does a great job of showing how Dick claims the mantle--and that he is the only one worthy of it.
I also loved the art. I have seen Daniel's work in Teen Titans, but this is even better. (Maybe because Dick Grayson is my favorite DC character.)
I borrowed this from the library but hope to purchase it soon--that's how good it is.
Nightwing and his allies do their best to restore order, but it isn't enough.
In order to save Gotham, a new Batman must appear!
*Spoilers ahead -- you've been warned**
With Batman presumed dead, his allies are working to keep Gotham safe amid growing new threats who realize Batman isn't around.
This story centers around members of the Bat family realizing that even in the absence of Bruce Wayne, Gotham needs Batman as a symbol. Really interesting to see how characters like Tim Drake and Dick Grayson deal with the realization that their personas alone may not be enough to get Gotham back on track.
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Awesome book and shows the emotions each character has gone though after the Death of The BatmanPublished 7 months ago by Jason k.
Title pretty much says it all, this is an ok trade, but far from the best you'll ever read. I personally got it for two reasons: I consider it to be important in that it's taking... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gregory Cox