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• The superhuman transformation of Ignatius Ogilvy is just the tip of the iceberg when an extremely unexpected character comes to The Penguin’s aid!

• And in the backup story, Emperor Penguin makes a trip to Blackgate Prison he won’t soon forget!

Story by John Layman
Art by Jason Fabok & Andy Clarke
Colors by Jeromy Cox
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Jason Fabok, Jeromy Cox

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. Really hoping that this book can get back on track now that Bat crossovers are finished. I really enjoyed Layman’s first few issues, but for the last however many the story’s been bending over backwards to fit in with Death of the Family and its fallout, and the book’s suffered as a result. Finger’s crossed.

    • I’ve felt the same way. It’s been trying way too hard to fit into the bat-universe and the storytelling has suffered. Those first few issues were near-perfect Batman and Id like to see it get back to that.

  2. Been loving Layman’s story so far and Jason Fabok’s art is really growing on me! He’s really improving and elevating his game as an artist, he really captures the essence of Batman and the gritty Gotham look I believe!

  3. I was starting to wonder if the Emperor Penguin storyline was all buildup with no payoff. I was glad to see that wasn’t the case! Layman has done a great job humanizing Cobblepot. I’m really enjoying this series!

  4. Really excited to be reading ‘Tec again! Dropped it at the start of the New52, but now I am totally back on board and loving it with this new creative team and direction.

  5. Fabok deserves a lot of praise. He’s done 8 issues in a row now. How many artists on a monthly book can say that? He does his own inks, too. His consistency is part of what makes this book great.

  6. This book is rivaling ‘Batman’ as my favorite Bat title. This new team is really starting to gel.

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