A review by joshgauthier
Batman Vol. 8: Cold Days by Tom King


King continues to do excellent work with the characters of Batman and those closest to Bruce Wayne. In the aftermath of vol. 7, King takes us into Batman's emotional turmoil, examining his flaws and struggles in a couple major storylines--with the Mr. Freeze story that starts off the volume being particularly effective.

With characteristic skill, effective art, strong storytelling, humor, and a dash of self-aware humor, King's next installment in his run of Batman is strong and complex, leading us from one of the biggest events in Bruce Wayne's life into the next chapter of his adventures. King's storytelling is always effective, and he brings fresh humanity to the characters under his direction.