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> > If you've been following closely with Question-wannabe-but-hardly-is Montoya, The Spectre, GCPD, Spear of Destiny, and Batwoman then this may've been the comic of the week for you. Don't here, wasn't for me. Same art concerns of last issue for this issue of...
> This series has to be one of the most impenetrable on the current market. I have no idea what was going on, who was doing it to who, why they were doing it and why i should care for Renee Montaya and this Batwoman character.
> I did like the continued exploration of The Spectre, he's possibly even scarier than Jim Corrigan was as he's clearly extremely fractured as a person who's lost himself to the role.
> I want to like Renee as she's very proactive even for a streetleveller, I get the real feeling she does it because she really cares and wants to make things better, that's something most streetlevel heroes haven't projected in a long time, they just go thru the motions of it as it's now habit so this freshness and energy in Renne is very invigorating to see.
> Where this book fails is that it just assumes the reader knows who she is, who these others mentioned are and how they connect to her and what exactly she's doing in these issues.
> Still time to convert me yet!
If only because he seems to write the Montoya developments without really filling in what happened before.
My favorite bit with Montoya is the idea that SHADE wants Montoya on their side. In old Kirby issues, the enforces of OMAC were the "Faceless", a group of individuals who had a Question-like face. I'd love to see Renee as the person who starts the faceless group.