As Gotham City swirls in a maelstrom of evil and villainy, three of the most unlikely candidates – Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn – step forward to bring some light to the situation. But will their efforts enough to stem the tide of madness and mayhem?3

Written by PAUL DINI
Art and cover by GUILLEM MARCH

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  1. Is that the correct solicit?  Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn mentioned and no mention of Batman, Robin, or Zsasz?  Seems like the ‘Sirens’ solicit and not the ‘Streets’.

  2. OOOOOHHHHH…that’s where Digger’s fat went.

  3. Oh God, no more Gulliem March!  Please!!  His proportions make me so damn dizzy!!

  4. Will flip through this at the store but… I have a feeling this is yet another issue that avoids the Zsasz plot.

  5. Bats’ cape looks awesome on that cover though…

  6. "OOOOOHHHHH…that’s where Digger’s fat went."

    Hilarious. I was wondering the same thing. Apparently the white ring gives new life to your desire to stay in shape as well. I miss fat Digger.

  7. This books really needs to step it up.  Right now I’d drop it in a heartbeat if a financial reason came up.

  8. Either Damien has real good flexibility or that is a midget.

  9. Who is Digger?  And why do you guys keep talking about him?

  10. According to the description, there will be MAYHEM!

  11. Wow, they’re really putting March on alot of the Bat books lately. I wasn’t crazy about his work on the last Batman issue, but I love his work on Gotham City Sirens.

  12. So… that was was just completely the wrong solicit. This finished the Mr. Zsasz storyline pretty well. Good stuff, but the gaps and fills in really soured me. I am excited for the Heart of Hush Sequel solicited for July, but I might just skip the issues in-between or even trade wait. 4/5

  13. This was one of the best issues yet, but still only a 4/5.  The whole "pulling the swing at the last second thing" rubbed me the wrong way.  If you’re going to put a shocking twist in your story, don’t explain why it didn’t actually happen one page later.

  14. I dug this, good fun stuff; Dini writes Damian well.  My only complaint is, for all the trouble this book has gone to to show us how scary Zsasz is, Damian and the Super Orphan both turned their backs on him just assuming he was incapacitated like 3 or 4 times, and yet lived anyway.  Add to that the fact that at the end, Batman and Robin are like "Where’d Zsasz go?  Oh well," this was some careless crime-fighting.  But whatever, I guess it spares everyone the need for a story about how Zsasz breaks out of Arkham or something.  Fun book, 4/5.

  15. Just like the previous two stories, this arc was strong with really good art, but ended with a way too sudden jarring holt. Still good, but it’s weird that such a good writer keeps leaving so much to be wrapped up on the last page or even last panel.

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