Detective Comics #860,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Greg Rucka
Art by JH Williams III; co-feature art by Cully Hamner
Cover by JH Williams III
Variant cover by Alex Ross
Batwoman’s origin story concludes here! In “Go!” part 3, Kate Kane becomes Batwoman and goes after a terrorist cell in Gotham, but all does not go according to plan. Plus, in the present, Kate confronts her father about her supposedly dead sister!
In the co-feature, the Huntress joins The Question in her quest to track down the leaders of the human trafficking ring. But finding them – and bring them to justice – will be harder and more dangerous than either hero thought!
Date Available: 12/23/2009
BONUS REVIEW by TOM GRONKOWSKI
The last two arcs of Detective Comics have been some of the greatest
consistent monthly comics to hit the shelves in years. It’s the best
work of JH Williams’s career, once again showcasing his skill as the
most eloquent style chameleon in the biz. This final issue was just as
good as the whole ride, a fairly rare feat these days. In the last three
issues, Rucka and Williams have shown us the formative years of Kate
Kane, showing us why she’s the coolest new character of the year. If
you missed out, buy these trades or you’re missing out.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams