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Event Leviathan is finally upon us. Batman and Lois are joined by the Green Arrow at the latest attack site of Leviathan. They discover a survivor, Colonel Steve Trevor, in the ruins. He claims to have been save by a mysterious force field. And everyone wants to know where is Talia Al Ghul. Lots of suspense and intrigue as our greatest detectives hunt our greatest threat.
The story jumps right to it, with Batman and Lois at the site of the newest attack. Superman is off world and Lois’ dad is still seemingly unresponsive. I’m a sucker for stories that keep you wondering what is going on. The mystery aspect is laid out really well. Who are we dealing with? What is their ultimate goal? I was on the fence on picking this one up but Bendis didn’t disappoint me on this one.
The art for this issue is fantastic as drawn by Alex Maleev. The cool dark colors of the A.R.G.U.S. ruins are stark contrasts to the bright warm colors of the flash backs and other locales. My favorite page is the flash back of the attack with Colonel Trevor and Doctor Strand. Each panel is crazy different and interesting. So what is next for our detectives and can they stop what is coming before morning comes and the world changes.
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