The Black Bat
The Black Bat (2013) #7
Wow! This series just keeps getting better and better! There’s been an
explosion at the city courthouse and some are trying to pin it on the
Black Bat. There’s plenty of action and the ending is unexpected.
Rated teen plus, this is a riveting story.
The Black Bat #6
There are kidnapped police officers to find and a bomb at the courthouse
that needs to be disarmed. Can the Black Bat save the day? Writer Brian
Buccellato does a great job of pacing while Ronan Cliquet and Mat Lopes
team up to set a noir background. Rated teen plus, this is a keeper.
The Black Bat #5
This issue is a lot of fun. The Black Bat has to team up with the Brute to
find some kidnapping victims. The tension between them makes for some
good storytelling. Rated teen plus.
The Black Bat #4
We learn more about the Black Bat in this very
entertaining issue. The flashbacks work as well as the hero’s
monologue. Rated teen plus, this one’s a keeper.
The Black Bat #3
Our hero finds himself on the gritty city streets
looking for a man with a bomb. The artwork really helps convey the sense
of an urban nighttime. The ending’s a shocker. Rated teen plus, this
is another fine read.
The Black Bat #2
The reader is hooked as the story unwinds. We find
the Bat poised to ruin a drug deal but there’s something else going on
and we don’t know what that is until the end. Can’t wait for the
next issue! Rated teen plus.
Black Bat #1
This is a fantastic first issue! Brian
Buccellato’s words and Ronan Cliquet’s art work really well with
each other. It’s another vigilante story but is fresh nonetheless.
Keep your eyes on this one!