The first Batman crossover of DC Rebirth is here in BATMAN: NIGHT OF THE MONSTER MEN! It’s the storm of the century, and it’s headed straight for Gotham City. The guardians of this sprawling urban center-Nightwing, Batwoman and the Batman himself-think they’ve prepared for the worst. They have no idea. Thanks to the machinations of the macabre scientist Dr. Hugo Strange, the storm has unleashed a rain of monsters upon the city. Colossal creatures are stomping through the streets, terrorizing the citizens and challenging the skills of even Gotham’s greatest heroes. Can the Dark Knight and his allies stem the tide of destruction? Or will the Night of the Monster Men mark the fall of the Bat? Find out in BATMAN: NIGHT OF THE MONSTER MEN, the first crossover of the DC Rebirth era from the creative team of Steve Orlando (MIDNIGHTER), Tom King (BATMAN), Tim Seeley (BATMAN ETERNAL), James Tynion IV (DETECTIVE COMICS), Riley Rossmo (CONSTANTINE: THE HELLBLAZER), Roge Antonio (BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY) and Andy MacDonald (THE NEW 52: FUTURES END). This epic of horror and heroism collects BATMAN #7-8, NIGHTWING #5-6 and DETECTIVE COMICS #941-942.
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I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway & was asked in return to give an honest review. Considering this was my first time reading a comic book/graphic novel I'd say this one was okay. The drawings & coloring was good, minus the fact that at some point Gotham Girl's suit was miraculously whole again with no rips or tears. Nightwing's suit was also ripped & torn but yet a few pages later it's fixed. & what color is Gotham Girl's hair? Because in the beginning it was blonde but at the end it was red. The storyline was good as well. I just got confused at times because I didn't know what they were talking about... Because I hadn't read any of the other books. But all in all it was a good comic, which is why I gave it 3 stars.