The Black Bat #6 (2013) – By Jason S. Lockard

The Black Bat was born in the 1933 by William Jenkins. Black Bat was a vigilante who lived in the shadows who fought crime wearing a black cape and cowl. Sound familiar? Tony Quinn was a U.S. District Attorney who was blinded and disfigured by acid gangsters and now fights for the weak as The Black Bat.

In May 2013 Dynamite comics resurrected the hero for new adventures. Now in issue #6 The Black Bat races against time to save innocent lives after a bomb is planted in a courtroom!

The team of writer Brian Buccellato and artist Ronan Cliquet bring a thrilling 32 pages of a comic book ride. The reader beware this is not for children this is a very adult theme book with adult language.

Unless your a comic book fanatic you probably never heard of The Black Bat and the likely hood your going to uncover the comics from 1930s is extremely slim. So uncover the new history of The Black Bat by heading over to

Moral Rating: violence, scary images and adult language
Audience: teens and adults
Genre: Comic Book
Released: 2013
Rating: B