Batman, Volume 8: Cold Days

Batman, Volume 8: Cold Days

Author Tom King pens the next epic volume of his critically acclaimed, best-selling Batman series in Batman Vol. 8! In the aftermath of the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, the Dark Knight's life has changed completely. Having walked down the aisle, how will this new Bruce Wayne view himself? What is to become of Batman now? Don't miss out on the newest installment of this be Author Tom King pens the next epic volume of his critically acclaimed, best-selling Batman series in Batman Vol. ...

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Title:Batman, Volume 8: Cold Days
Author:Tom King
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401283527
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:176 pages pages

Batman, Volume 8: Cold Days Reviews

  • Craig
    Nov 19, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

  • Anne
    Feb 01, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

  • Steve
    Nov 08, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

  • Ran
    Dec 31, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

    Batman is heartbroken for being left by his love (I am heartbroken too) only to have more devastating events unfold here. There's a lot of emotions and anger. At this point I'm just very invested in the series and I want to know how it ends, even though the only thing that pulled me in...

    First, jury duty for Bruce Wayne calls all of his escapades as Batman into question, and could mean the difference between a lifetime of incarceration for Victor Fries or freedom. Then, tragedy strikes the Bat-Family as one of their own falls prey to the KGBeast, and Batman will stop a...

    I'm finally won over by King. This is a victory for me: 1) I understood the whole trade (well, maybe not the allegory) and 2) I liked #51-53 better than anything I've seen so far. I'm not certain if that's because ... Batman is miserable and that just seems right. Or because really, in...

  • Marcela
    Dec 09, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

  • Basma
    Jan 18, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

    Batman is heartbroken for being left by his love (I am heartbroken too) only to have more devastating events unfold here. There's a lot of emotions and anger. At this point I'm just very invested in the series and I want to know how it ends, even though the only thing that pulled me in...

  • Sesana
    Jan 10, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 05, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Feb 10, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

  • Kay
    Feb 09, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Dec 28, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

    Batman is heartbroken for being left by his love (I am heartbroken too) only to have more devastating events unfold here. There's a lot of emotions and anger. At this point I'm just very invested in the series and I want to know how it ends, even though the only thing that pulled me in...

    First, jury duty for Bruce Wayne calls all of his escapades as Batman into question, and could mean the difference between a lifetime of incarceration for Victor Fries or freedom. Then, tragedy strikes the Bat-Family as one of their own falls prey to the KGBeast, and Batman will stop a...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Jan 05, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jan 16, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

  • Tato Lè martín
    Nov 21, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

    Batman is heartbroken for being left by his love (I am heartbroken too) only to have more devastating events unfold here. There's a lot of emotions and anger. At this point I'm just very invested in the series and I want to know how it ends, even though the only thing that pulled me in...

    First, jury duty for Bruce Wayne calls all of his escapades as Batman into question, and could mean the difference between a lifetime of incarceration for Victor Fries or freedom. Then, tragedy strikes the Bat-Family as one of their own falls prey to the KGBeast, and Batman will stop a...

    I'm finally won over by King. This is a victory for me: 1) I understood the whole trade (well, maybe not the allegory) and 2) I liked #51-53 better than anything I've seen so far. I'm not certain if that's because ... Batman is miserable and that just seems right. Or because really, in...

    Following the events of the prior volume, Bruce Wayne takes some time out of being Batman by serving jury duty. The process of deliberation shows that Bruce is still reeling from what happened and is taking a hard look at the infallibility of Batman. Of course he has a perspective that...

    After the compelling finale of the Wedding, I was scared at how the aftermath of Bruce Wayne more so Batman will regain after the ending of Issue 50. The continuing series of this new Batman story line has been by far the best one i have read in a few years. We are brought back at ...

  • Ryan Stewart
    Dec 27, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

  • James DeSantis
    Oct 23, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

  • Rory Wilding
    Dec 20, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

  • Sean Gibson
    Jan 06, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

  • Rod Brown
    Jan 27, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

  • Chad
    Dec 14, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

  • Wing Kee
    Oct 19, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

  • Logan
    Nov 13, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

  • Dr Rashmit Mishra
    Feb 15, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

  • Artemy
    Oct 17, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Feb 08, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

  • Herman
    Dec 20, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...

    Absolutely loved this one . The story showed the after math of the wedding and finished with Bruce facing another tragedy . This leads me to believe that we are going back to the times when Batman became very disturbed emotionally during the Jason Todd death and Breaking the bat st...

    Cold Days (#51-53). The cheap description of this is "Bruce Wayne does 12 Angry Men". But, the comic goes so far beyond that, really going to the heart of who Bruce is as a person and how he's doing following his failed wedding. This is King writing Wayne at his best [5/5]. The Bett...

    I hated the concept of building up a big wedding to Selina only to inevitably call it off in a traumatic way, but if this is going to be the payoff, I don't care so much anymore. This is some of the best written "Bruce is losing it" that I've seen in a long time, with some really cleve...

    ?If you?re a citizen of Gotham, then you know... this is a place for monsters. Demons. And there he is. Every shadow is met. Every horror put down. As citizens of Gotham we watch as he beats back the bullies. We see our brothers rescued, our sisters returned. A man with a bat on hi...

    Now we?re supposedly halfway through Tom King?s 100-issue run, where does the writer take the Dark Knight after stripping away his last shred of happiness? In the first story arc of this volume, Bruce Wayne is called to serve on the jury for the trial of Mr. Freeze, who is accused ...

    Okay I am just going to say it! I am not a fan of Tom King's version of Batman. I much preferred Scot Snyder's take. That does not mean I do not acknowledge that King is a skill writer and that up until this point I really enjoyed most of the stories. Its just that King's Batman is too...

    That first story arc in this one may be one of the best Batman tales ever made. Between the level, steady writing and the perfect artwork I could not have liked it more. It really takes me back to my first days of reading Batman. ...

    Oof. ...

    Batman is heartbroken for being left by his love (I am heartbroken too) only to have more devastating events unfold here. There's a lot of emotions and anger. At this point I'm just very invested in the series and I want to know how it ends, even though the only thing that pulled me in...

    First, jury duty for Bruce Wayne calls all of his escapades as Batman into question, and could mean the difference between a lifetime of incarceration for Victor Fries or freedom. Then, tragedy strikes the Bat-Family as one of their own falls prey to the KGBeast, and Batman will stop a...

    I'm finally won over by King. This is a victory for me: 1) I understood the whole trade (well, maybe not the allegory) and 2) I liked #51-53 better than anything I've seen so far. I'm not certain if that's because ... Batman is miserable and that just seems right. Or because really, in...

    Following the events of the prior volume, Bruce Wayne takes some time out of being Batman by serving jury duty. The process of deliberation shows that Bruce is still reeling from what happened and is taking a hard look at the infallibility of Batman. Of course he has a perspective that...

  • Malum
    Oct 23, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

  • Crystal
    Jan 12, 2019

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

  • Dana-Adriana B.
    Nov 05, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

  • Georgie
    Dec 25, 2018

    I didn't want to love this. Really, I didn't. I felt all tantrum-y after the end of the wedding-that-wasn't, and I truly wanted this to suck so that I could justify letting my inner 3 year old sit in the corner and kick the wall. Unfortunately, this was just fucking amazing. ...

    Batman?s heart is all achy breaky thanks to the Cat lady and he acting maaaad. At the trial of Mister Freeze, one juror decides to tear apart the prosecution?s case, built in large part by Batman: Bruce Wayne! Think he?s suffered enough? Think again! Batman?s about to pain some...

    After getting left at the altar by the Natural Latex Company?s most valued customer (and, incidentally, someone who, despite her stated profession, misleadingly does not appear to have ever purloined a feline), what?s a man to do? If you?re Batman, you?d think it would involve ...

    Bruce Wayne gets selected as a juror on Mr. Freeze's trial. There he deals with his emotions over Catwoman leaving him at the altar while putting Batman's methods on trial in a variation of 12 Angry Men. It's wonderfully well done. Lee Weeks's art looks great. Then Matt Wagner comes on...

    Batman is a god to many people in Gotham, but he's just a broken man here. A look into the mind of a man who's devastated after being left by the love of his life. Bruce has jury duty, which in itself is pretty funny, but it's against Mr. Freeze. This time Bruce has a little look i...

    Tom King goes from one bloody fantastic volume of Batman to another these days. This is the fallout from the wedding that took place in the previous book, and Batman is going through some serious emotional trauma as he gets the jury duty for the trial of Mr Freeze. I loved the wedding ...

    Amazing. I?m gonna have to be vague to avoid spoilers. World: The art is fantastic, Weeks beautiful pages are full of character and a stillness that with sudden bursts of violence is perfect. It?s a great jarring visualization of the emotions brewing inside Bruce following issue...

    Tom King's Batman is settling into reliably amazing. Like Gaiman's Sandman or Moore's Swamp Thing, King is telling a story with obvious epic scope through a series a tales that are simultaneously stand-alone and interconnected. I don't always agree with his choices (like the pages and ...

    I will be anxiously awaiting an appearance from kite man ...

    Cold Days: Bruce Wayne has jury duty, and he's about to go 12 Angry Men in defense of Mr. Freeze. Maybe I've been watching too many true crime documentaries lately, but I thought this was wonderful. Exactly the kind of bold, outside-the-box story I've come to expect from Tom King. B...

    Another episodic collection. In one arc, Bruce Wayne bribes his way onto a jury so he can poke some holes in the case, largely developed by Batman, against Mr. Freeze. Why? He has his reasons. Then there's a nice Bruce Wayne-Dick Grayson centric issue, focusing on their relationship ov...

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Another great look at Batman's psyche through a court case a la Twelve Angry Men, flashbacks from Dick's early times in the Wayne Manor, and on the hunt for a surprising assassin. I really like the wa...

    This is my first graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Batman is my first cartoon superhero I was watching as a kid. The graphics are amazing. ...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. With every volume released, Tom King continues to show his visionary artistic story-telling talents that gradually rely heavily on artwork rather words to tell a compelling story. His particular style draws a lot of critical attent...

    The first story is a straight ripoff of 12 Angry Men, except much less clever. The next story involves some BFF action between Bruce and Dick, and is much better. ...

    "God is above us. And he wears a cape." This series started/went from an interesting Bat-title, to my one and only. If Tom King ever moves on from Batman, I riot. Now that I've said my peace, this was a bat-tastic volume. Cold Days is an amazing storyline with gorgeous art do...

    Damn.. this is the 4th book I?ve given 5 stars this week, I?ve really been enjoying a lot recently. Anyways. There are three arcs and loved them all. The first being about mr freeze and how Batman used excessive force against him to force a confession that wasn?t true. Mr fr...