August 22, 2012
J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman
I'm about to upset a lot of people, but I didn't like this issue very much at all. Some of the art is striking (in a good way), and some of it is just plain weird. The entire story seems to revolve around Kate and Bette Kane changing their clothes, and I'm sick of Kate's homosexuality constantly being forced into my conciousness. She is a really cool character, and her writers don't need to rely on her sexuality to sell comics. They've turned her into a one-trick pony, and I'm not into it.
Bottom line: 1/5