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Gotham City Sirens, Volume 1: Union (2010)

by Paul Dini(Favorite Author)
3.97 of 5 Votes: 5
1401225705 (ISBN13: 9781401225704)
DC Comics
Gotham City Sirens
review 1: This was actually a lot better than I thought it would be! I must admit that I judged it by its cover and assumed it would be my "trashy" read for the week, but was pleasantly surprised by the mix of humor and seriousness. This, to me, is the kind of Batman comic that I grew up with, and have a particular soft spot for. I'll put it this way: it's genuinely fun to read. The art was the only thing I had some issue with, but eh, what can you do.
review 2: This is something that more comics should be...fun. While the themes were light-hearted for the most part this book was still serious. I really enjoyed hearing Ivy's and Harley's voice as it hasn't happened much in the past. I was not up to speed on the Hush and "replacement" Bruce Wayne stuff so that left me scr
... moreatching my head some. The by newcomer Guillem March was very good. I didn't always enjoy his portrayal of the ladies out of costume but overall a solid book. Good stuff! less
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Despite genuine trepidation on my part, this book series has started off with a bang!
Enjoyable art. Fun Gagsworth storyline. Nice Nigma character development.
I am really glad I stumbled across this when I was at the library.
an okay story about villains gone good.
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