Batwoman, Vol. 3: The Fall of the House of Kane

Batwoman, Vol. 3: The Fall of the House of Kane

Batwoman continues her triumphant return with her own series in Batwoman Vol. 3, as a part of DC Universe Rebirth! After her deadly trip around the world hunting the infamous Many Arms of Death, Batwoman returns to Brussels, the site of her most brutal losses and memories. As the clock begins to tick on a new cycle of violence, Kate must overcome her haunted past to ensure Batwoman continues her triumphant return with her own series in Batwoman Vol. 3, as a part of DC Universe Rebirth! ...

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Title:Batwoman, Vol. 3: The Fall of the House of Kane
Author:Marguerite Bennett
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401285775
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

Batwoman, Vol. 3: The Fall of the House of Kane Reviews

  • Matt Piechocinski
    Mar 18, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Morgan
    Feb 03, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Brian
    Jan 26, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Bryan
    Feb 26, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Ellen
    Mar 22, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Catarina Steele
    Feb 26, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Tony Sims-Novis
    Sep 28, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Claire
    Mar 01, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Juan
    Sep 12, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jan 19, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

  • Starla
    Feb 17, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

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  • Kris Ritchie
    Mar 16, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

  • The Lost Dreamer
    Aug 27, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

  • Paul Porry
    Jan 02, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Chad
    Feb 12, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

  • Wing Kee
    Sep 18, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

  • Kim Dyer
    Jan 27, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

  • Mel
    Jan 22, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

  • Alex
    Jan 25, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Cat Coffey
    Feb 13, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Daung
    Feb 24, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Kyle Dinges
    Nov 17, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Stephen Hamilton
    Feb 18, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

  • Gianna Fienberg
    Aug 15, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • C. Sellner
    Sep 05, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • F.
    Aug 02, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

  • Ian Kelly
    Nov 17, 2018

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Donna Noble
    Jan 23, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

  • Karolina Kowalska
    Feb 13, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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  • Princee
    Feb 11, 2019

    And so ends the Many Arms of Death as the story comes full circle in The Fall of the House of Kane. I quite liked this run, having Kate leave Gotham for a year, while delving into her past. While the 2 part finale was a decent finale to the series setting up Kate and Renee Montoya on a...

    Secrets are revealed, Clock Kings are punched, and sibling rivalry gets taken to a whole new level as Batwoman's latest solo series barrels to its conclusion in this final collection. Before we hit the meat of the volume, there's a one-off story here to set things off that reveals s...

    Thank thank that this series is ending. World: The world building is aight, it?s still pretty fractured and over the course of 18 issues the full scope and design of the Many Arms of Death was a bit muddled and unclear, making the overall narrative and the world meh. The pieces th...

    Current sexuality: Batwoman kicking ass. ...

    After being deeply esceptic with the first volume, I've grown more and more in love with these adventures of Batwoman. But the final issues of The Fall of the House of Kane are absolutely enjoyable. Pure action and fun, there's no other way to put it. It's deeply unfair that DC has can...

    4 stars basically for the art alone. Fernando Blanco is just so fantastic. The last page is beautiful. Story-wise, kinda meh. I like the idea of the lost year filling in the gaps in Kate's history and making her come to grips with her tendency towards addiction. But the nuts and bol...

    I am a little sad that this series is over as it has really grown on me. While this conclusion of the Many Arms of Death story line did not hold many surprises, it was really rather enjoyable. The art of this series is still gorgeous and the story itself was very enjoyable. It finally ...

    I read these as single issues and, for the first time in this series run, I felt like I truly enjoyed myself and looked forward to the next issue. At the same time, it kinda feels kinda crappy knowing that the best arc was saved to wrap up this writing tenure to an otherwise less than ...

    An apt conclusion to Marguerite Bennett?s Batwoman run in which she wraps up the overarching storyline of the series and ends with a two-issue epilogue which allows Kate Kane to reflect on her experiences (both in her own series and in Detective Comics) and lay the groundwork for who...

    I want more... ...

    Fun, but not Bennett's (or Batwoman's) best. ...

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