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Batman: Urban Legends #6

67
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 13 critic ratings.

Red Hood: The epic “Cheer” story line reaches its conclusion, and Red Hood’s alliance with Batman will be forever changed. Will the former Dynamic Duo get the Cheerdrop drug off the streets for good? Or will they forever be at the mercy of the villain who created it? And will Red Hood find a new home for Tyler, the boy he’s sworn to protect? Tim Drake: Tim Drake is in the den of the Chaos Monsters with the other kidnapped teenagers of Gotham City. In order to free himself and the other teens, Tim will have to embrace help from his friend Bernard and hear something about himself he never knew. A brand-new chapter of Tim Drake’s life starts here, and you won’t want to miss it! Black Canary: Oracle locates some Batman weaponry, missing since The Joker War, and calls in her old friend Dinah Lance to help retrieve it! Fists will fly, the Canary will scream, and a stunning new mission begins. The ending will leave readers in shock and awe! Zealot: The HALO Corporation sent their top field agent, code name Zealot, to hunt Maxwell Lord. But the villain has a guardian angel in the form of…Wonder Woman?! A throw down for the ages will ensue!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
66 pages
Language
English
Price
$7.99
Amazon ASIN
B099C3NP2H

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13 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    Forces Of Geek

    This book is well done overall and I enjoyed mostly everything in it.
  • 93

    Comic Watch

    In its powerful conclusion, "Cheer" brings together the remaining threads of Red Hood and Batman's difficult past and weaves them into a strong foundation for the future as a person and as a member of the Batfamily. Im going to miss this arc.
  • 90

    GWW

    As for the two one-off stories we get in Batman: Urban Legends #6, the Black Canary one is huge. It helps set the table for an upcoming DC Comics title, which I can't wait for. The Zealot story seems to be further setting up for a WildC.A.T.s series, and one would think Matthew Rosenberg will be the one to run that series at this point.
  • 90

    Geek Dad

    One of the best issues of the series, with two excellent stories and one very significant one.
  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Batman: Urban Legends #6 is absolutely loaded, so do yourself a favor and add it to your stack.
  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    Batman: Urban Legends #6 is a home run, in terms of both finishing out the game and commencing a new inning. From new villains to new takes to announcements heard around the world… this is THE ISSUE!
  • 83

    The Super Powered Fancast

    Cheer - A great story that utilizes the relationships between these characters perfectly. It also has great action and tension throughout. Blood for Blood - An intriguing and entertaining story that has implications that make me curious as a reader. Great art and action throughout the story. Sum Of Our Parts - The story is good. The action is well done and the art is fantastic. Solo - An interesting and entertaining story that has great visuals and action. I am interested in seeing where this story goes next and what form it takes for the characters.
  • 80

    AIPT

    Batman: Urban Legends is still a great place to reinvent and relaunch characters that may not have gotten the chance otherwise. Batman: Urban Legends #6 gives its featured characters interesting new directions with fitting art for an exciting entry.
  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

    Batman: Urban Legends #6 is filled with fantastic storytelling. The stories involving Batman, Red Hood, Tim Drake's Robin, and Black Canary are all can't miss. This is a must have series for fans of the Batman Family.
  • 70

    Comic Crusaders

    A great read for Bat-fans who just can't get enough of Gotham and the characters it spawned.
  • 70

    Lyles Movie Files

    As has been the case with Urban Legends, the Zdarsky story is worth the purchase while the other stories range in quality.
  • 60

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Batman Urban Legends #6 was a down issue for me. The Chip Zdarsky Batman/Red Hood story didn't end with the bang I was hoping for, and the other three stories didn't win me over either. The issue looked good overall, but this was my least favorite since it began.
  • 50

    Batman-News

    The first arc is over, and if you can't tell, I'm burnt out on this title. It started off with such promise, yet never realized its potential. Even the high points never rise above merely good, despite the great creative teams behind them. Hopefully future issues are retooled to make this a more palatable anthology series, with more one-and-done stories that aren't there solely to set up a future title.

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