This cover really stood out to me as the best cover I saw this week. I just loved the colouring and subtle, water colour-like feel to it.
They're right! Batman is cool! But I don't think it's because he wears black... I get the feeling this is supposed to be some kind of jab at comic book readers, but I found it too funny a panel to overthink it.
I vote Joker keeps the creepy forked tongue for all future appearances, but I think that's been retconned away already in other comics he's appearing in.
Well, at least Jezebel "the love of his life" Jet has been proven to be working with the Black Glove. This could have been a much more effective cliffhanger / reveal if Morrison had done a better job with the character or if it was coordinated with other writers to have her be a part of Bruce's life, but the one or two random cameos prior to her becoming such an major part of his life really hurt any kind of progression this subplot could have had.
I did, however, still like this ending and thought it worked quite well with the rest of the issue, but mostly for the Joker aspect.
I loved this scene. Just the whole yelling at the villain to get back in his cell and the villain actually listening is something you don't see happen that often.
No! Say it isn't so, Kid Omni-Man!
This was a great ending to this month's issue and it saved what was an otherwise forgettable issue. I really enjoyed the conflict between the Harvey Dent and Two Face personas and the sudden realization that Nightwing failed to stop his other half from killing the woman.
I'm not sure how important this is, as no one really cares about Supergirl, but she got a new identity in this "important new direction" issue. Ya, I didn't care either. Moving on...
I'm not really following Trinity anymore, but I take it this is some kind of alternate dimension or shifting of reality with the whole trinity mumbo jumbo or maybe even another Earth (ya, DC isn't confusing AT ALL). I only posted it because I enjoyed the whole small footprints equal woman and not Atom commentary that pokes fun at the plotholes from Identity Crisis.