Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 8: Blood of Heroes ePUB

Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 8: Blood of Heroes [PDF / Epub] ★ Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 8: Blood of Heroes By Peter J. Tomasi – Thomashillier.co.uk Following the events of Endgame, get ready to ride with the GCPD in a whole new city There s a new Batman on the block ex police commissioner James Gordon At his side is Detective Harvey Bullock, lead Following the events of Endgame, get ready to Comics, Volume eBook ☆ ride with the GCPD in a whole new city There s a new Batman on the block ex police commissioner James Gordon At his side is Detective Harvey Bullock, leading a Bat task force, but what are his duties, and can he be trusted And what kind of welcome awaits his new Batman: Detective MOBI :↠ partner, Renee Montoya From The New York Times best selling writer Peter J Tomasi comes the next volume of the critically acclaimed series Collecting Detective Comics Detective Comics Sneak Peak.


10 thoughts on “Batman: Detective Comics, Volume 8: Blood of Heroes

  1. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Oh kee rist, get the puke bags ready he s not on the cover probably a strategic choice but this is a Mecha Batman Jim Gordon book Bleurgh Blood of Heroes is the crappiest Detective Comics volume in some time Francis Manapul closes out his run on the title with a convoluted Harvey Bullock centric story yippee where the Falcones are tryna knock off all the clean cops in the GCPD using some Grim Fandango cosplayers and Bullock s girlfriend is sorta involved The low point was Joker s Daug Oh kee rist, get the puke bags ready he s not on the cover probably a strategic choice but this is a Mecha Batman Jim Gordon book Bleurgh Blood of Heroes is the crappiest Detective Comics volume in some time Francis Manapul closes out his run on the title with a convoluted Harvey Bullock centric story yippee where the Falcones are tryna knock off all the clean cops in the GCPD using some Grim Fandango cosplayers and Bullock s girlfriend is sorta involved The low point was Joker s Daughter no, not her very presence, which would be bad enough, but her stupid, stupid giant robot outfit What a disaster Peter Tomasi takes over for the second half of the book, writing a contrived and silly murder mystery where the Justice League need Gordon s detective skills to figure out who done killed a monster in the middle of nowhere It makes the League look like incapable retarded babies that they needed Gordon at all The book ends with a random Ray Fawkes scripted issue of Robin War Getbags, the puke is running over I can t think of a single positive thing to say about this one Even the art was shitty as hell This Detective Comics series was never good but I didn t expect it to get this bad I haven t read the Rebirth Detective Comics but it s got to be an improvement over this boring rubbish


  2. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Couldn t even finish


  3. Cale Cale says:

    This is less a Batman book than a GCPD reunion, which is in no way a knock on it We get to see Bullock, Montoya, Gordon and others deal with problems within the department especially people with issues toward the Batman program , as well as corrupt cops and criminals testing the abilities of the new Batman But the center of the story is Bullock and Montoya and Yin, and practically a noir story At least for the first half The second half features the Justice League checking on Wayne and Gord This is less a Batman book than a GCPD reunion, which is in no way a knock on it We get to see Bullock, Montoya, Gordon and others deal with problems within the department especially people with issues toward the Batman program , as well as corrupt cops and criminals testing the abilities of the new Batman But the center of the story is Bullock and Montoya and Yin, and practically a noir story At least for the first half The second half features the Justice League checking on Wayne and Gordon, and then a fairly weird standalone issue featuring ancient monster bones and a detective story that is just very out of character for the New 52 And then there s a random piece of the Robin War story which doesn t do much on its own It s an okay collection, but nothing special, unless you re a really big fan of GCPD


  4. Ivy Ivy says:

    5 starsGood to seeof James Gordon as Batman Also nice to see Harvey Bullock and Renee Montoya Sad that Harvey s partner was dirty Cool that Gordon got to work with the Justice League Hope Bruce will take up the Batman mantle again.Can t wait to read Batman Detective Comics, volume 9 Gordon at War


  5. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    This volume features Jim Gordon in his robot batsuit rather than Bruce Wayne Not bad but I prefer the original Batman There s also a story featuring robot Batman teaming with the Justice League in what ended up being a very sad story Okay but not one of the better volumes.


  6. Chad Chad says:

    Those covers deceived me into thinking this was still a Francis Manapul book Unfortunately, he s only involved for half an issue He provides a look ahead into the next story which mainly features Harvey Bullock dealing with a crooked cop and joining the cops running support for the Jim Gordon Batman This was not very good Neither was the art by Fernando Blanco The next story was really bad which is surprising because it was written by Peter Tomasi The Justice League shows up to enlist Jim Those covers deceived me into thinking this was still a Francis Manapul book Unfortunately, he s only involved for half an issue He provides a look ahead into the next story which mainly features Harvey Bullock dealing with a crooked cop and joining the cops running support for the Jim Gordon Batman This was not very good Neither was the art by Fernando Blanco The next story was really bad which is surprising because it was written by Peter Tomasi The Justice League shows up to enlist Jim Gordon to help them with some giant aliens Marcio Takaro provides somepoor artwork Finally is part 3 of the Robin War crossover and how DC collects these crossovers infuriates me You really have no idea what is going on unless you read the entire Robin War GN All in all, this feels like a book full of filler while we wait for Rebirth to start


  7. Will Robinson Jr. Will Robinson Jr. says:

    Pretty Good This book reminded me of the old Gotham Central series with a dash of Batman Basically the city of Gotham crime has increased since the so called death of Batman the Joker in the events of Endgame The GCPD are feeling the heat and have no choice but to create their own government sanction Batman Commissioner James Gordon now finds himself as this new Batman with Bullock, Montoya and the New Commissioner Maggie Sawyer backing him up This volume was really good and feels like a Pretty Good This book reminded me of the old Gotham Central series with a dash of Batman Basically the city of Gotham crime has increased since the so called death of Batman the Joker in the events of Endgame The GCPD are feeling the heat and have no choice but to create their own government sanction Batman Commissioner James Gordon now finds himself as this new Batman with Bullock, Montoya and the New Commissioner Maggie Sawyer backing him up This volume was really good and feels like a high octane cop drama Bullock has been having a relationship with his former female partner who suddenly appears to be dirty This places the GCPD on a hit list and the new Batman is being hunted by a group of assassins known as La Morta The artwork is fantastic and really fits the tone of the story The writers really did a great job with the characters I could not stop reading the main arc in this book until the end The later half of the book was a bit weak The story featuring James Gordon working with the Justice League was pretty good though it feltlike a weird JLA story than a Batman tale The last issue of this book I feel is better read in the Robin War graphic novel Many readers who have not read Robin War may be confused to what is going on in that particular story All in all this was a solid volume


  8. John H John H says:

    Where s Bruce Edited 8 9 17 If you want to know Where s Bruce like I did, read these first Batman, Volume 7 Endgame, Batman, Volume 8 Superheavy Where s Bruce Edited 8 9 17 If you want to know Where s Bruce like I did, read these first Batman, Volume 7 Endgame, Batman, Volume 8 Superheavy


  9. John Yelverton John Yelverton says:

    I am not a fan I am not a fan at all This was a huge departure from normal character traits, which is always wrong I also could not stand the personal trouncing that Harvey Bullock took in this book This book series can be so much better than this.


  10. Robert Robert says:

    This is very simple If it s NOT Bruce Wayne its NOT Batman.


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