Review: I Am Batman Vol. 3: The Right Question hardcover/paperback (DC Comics)


With I Am Batman Vol. 3: The Right Question, John Ridley caps off his upward trend on this series. This is absolutely a case of leaving the audience wanting more, and I sincerely hope this isn’t the last time Jace Fox and family grace DC’s pages. Much like Tom Taylor has been able to keep going with Jon Kent in Adventures of Superman, I’d be happy for Ridley to take even a single victory lap in an I Am Batman miniseries, if not more.

I Am Batman stumbled a bit out of the gate with the needs of tying in to Batman: Fear State. Ever since Ridley moved the series to New York, it’s been good and getting better, with a vigilante paradigm I don’t recall seeing in DC Comics really ever. I couldn’t recommend this more highly.