Review: Batman: Wayne Family Adventures #4-#6

Chapters 4, 5 and 6
CRC Payne – Creator
Rhett Bloom (StarBite) – Creator
Review by Marsha Reilly

Batman: Wayne Family Adventures is back with three more instalments of fun and mischief. Released on WebToon every Thursday, the short chapters are a great way to lighten your day a little and put a smile on your face. Last time Duke Thomas, AKA The Signal, moved into the Wayne Manor. The family had a fight where Damian used teeth, Batman left his kids unattended, and Barbra had to save the city from them.

Things can only get better from there, right?

Seems Normal To Me

The Bat-Family is full of very competitive people, I think we can all agree on that. Of course, that only encourages the adopted siblings to act like, well, siblings. Challenges will be made, no matter where or when even if it’s in the gym. In Cassies’ wise words: “bad idea”, but boys will be boys. 

Bruce also finds out the hard way that he isn’t his families favourite hero, which just makes him as pleasant to work with as usual. Not that Green Arrow sees a difference between his bad mood and his bad bad mood. Because some of the Justice League are introduced! Hopefully that means we’ll get to see more of them and their relationships with the family too. Especially some interactions with Damian, because you know that’ll be hilarious.   

Conclusion

The newest three chapters of Batman: Wayne Family Adventures are as cute and wholesome as the first three, I truly hope these fun, soft moments that are so rare in the mainstream comics continue. With more characters being introduced, we might be in store for a few more of our favourites, maybe even a few villains. I can’t wait for the next chapter. 

Although this is for chapters #4-#6, this is review #2 of the Batman: Wayne Family AdventuresCheck out a new review eery three weeks!

Images Courtesy of DC Entertainment and WebToon


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