Huntress: Crossbow at the Crossroads

Huntress: Crossbow at the Crossroads

Paul Levitz Marcus To John Dell Andrew Dalhouse / Jul 10, 2020
Huntress Crossbow at the Crossroads As the last survivor of a crime family eliminated by bloody rivalries among the mobs of Gotham City the orphaned Helena Bertinelli grew into the mysterious vigilante known as the Huntress Huntress cr
  • Title: Huntress: Crossbow at the Crossroads
  • Author: Paul Levitz Marcus To John Dell Andrew Dalhouse
  • ISBN: 9781401237332
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the last survivor of a crime family eliminated by bloody rivalries among the mobs of Gotham City, the orphaned Helena Bertinelli grew into the mysterious vigilante known as the Huntress Huntress creator, Paul Levitz, returns in this action packed journey through the bowels of Italy s most deadly crime syndicates Huntress sets out to uncover and destroy a deadly humanAs the last survivor of a crime family eliminated by bloody rivalries among the mobs of Gotham City, the orphaned Helena Bertinelli grew into the mysterious vigilante known as the Huntress Huntress creator, Paul Levitz, returns in this action packed journey through the bowels of Italy s most deadly crime syndicates Huntress sets out to uncover and destroy a deadly human trafficking and gun smuggling operation that extends to the highest reaches of the government.
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    1. Prepare to have your mind blown No, just kidding But it s not a bad comic Kind of meh, but not bad.I like Huntress on the general principle that she s a stone cold killer when the situation warrants it There is something I find very satisfying about someone evil getting shot in the face Whether or not this makes me a bad person is up for debateSo in that way, I really enjoyed Crossbow at the Crossroads.The story itself was ok, but nothing really stood out to me Well, except for Huntress mask Tha [...]



    2. Considering some of the truly atrocious titles DC has pushed in the past few years, there was an admittedly low bar of quality to hurdle but Huntress held her own in a story that was neither ridiculous or contrived Slightly disappointed to find out this was a planned mini series and not an ongoing title in the New 52.


    3. On a mission in Italy to stop a shipment of illegal guns leaving the port of Naples, Helena Wayne I m not sure if that s her surname in this book as it s never stated but if this is Earth 2 then that s right aka Huntress stumbles across a human trafficking operation where young girls from countries going through the Arab Spring are being taken from their families and sold into sex slavery Incensed, Huntress sets out to bring the perpetrators to justice, crossbow style I ve never read a book with [...]


    4. I liked the story, it was interesting but I gave it four stars mainly for the artwork of Marcus To However, I was very disapointed with DC Comics for blatantly doing a bait and switch with Huntress They promoted this as Helena Bertinelli but after several issues they released a spoiler that Bertinelli is just another alias for Helena Wayne.I was excited to read the mini series when it first came out but when I started reading the first few issues the character didn t feel like Helena Bertinelli [...]


    5. Bullet Review This is one of those comics that is good solid fun, but probably won t stick with you for very long I can t say that there s anything particularly WRONG with the comic it just isn t very memorable and pretty standard, run of the mill story and character wise.The Huntress goes after some smuggling baddies and finds out they are smuggling women Cue investigation and fight scenes It s all very by the book, standard fare NOTE There are scenes of implied rape, so if that isn t your thin [...]


    6. I love the Helena Bertinelli version of Huntress a lot than I do the Helena Wayne Kyle version I picked this book up not knowing which version it was gonna be, but I knew I d enjoy it either way The ending of this book shows Power Girl and there is a comment about the story continues in Worlds Finest, Vol 1 The Lost Daughters of Earth 2 It wasn t until reached that last page that I realized that it was Helena Wayne from Earth 2 since she is never mentioned by her last name in the book I know th [...]


    7. This is one of the first collections of Paul Levitz s upon his return to writing after stepping down as essentially the EIC at DC Comics for a couple of decades Can he still write, my answer is yes with a caveat When last Levitz was on a regular title he was able to do slow builds, something he was famous for on the Legion of Super Heroes.In today s market you have to write for the TPB collection That means no laying plot point that you might pick up two years down the road, even if you do that [...]


    8. Huntress has always been a favorite of mine so I knew I was going to love this story right off the bat Huntress has my favorite attire and weaponry in the DC Universe, and all are featured in full force The storyline about her putting an end to human trafficking and kicking some serious ass while doing so was just great I m sad this isn t a series, but it was worth the read and I m glad I read it in it s entirety.


    9. I read another review of this volume that called it neither horrible nor memorable, and that s pretty much what I thought of it, too It s been a few days since I finished it, and I couldn t now describe the plot to you, other than to say that Huntress is very cool But I already knew that, soah.The fact that this is a brain boggling Earth 2 Helena is nicely obscured, and leaves open a lot of possibility with a solid plug for a companion volume.


    10. Wow Really disappointed in this Very dull for a superhero that has both Batman and Superman connections Takes place entirely in Italy and has no supervillains, just a plain international intrigue story and no connections to the DC universe whatsoever Except for a confusing appearance of another superhero on the final page Waste of time Doesn t even have a Huntress backstory Some decent art.


    11. Damn good yarn with a nice action centre Don t go in expecting a cerebral depressing emotion fest, this is a far simpler James Bond esque narrative with some really bloody good artwork.


    12. Reprints Huntress Limited Series 1 6 December 2011 May 2012 Huntress is on a mission Guns and girls are being trafficked through Naples into Gotham, and Helena intends to stop it With the mafia working with an international despot and the police, Huntress might be up to her neck in danger but stopping saving the women caught in the middle is a must Written by Paul Levitz, Huntress Crossbow at the Crossroads is a six issue miniseries that was released as part of the New 52 relaunch of the DC Univ [...]


    13. Synopsis As the last survivor of a crime family eliminated by bloody rivalries among the mobs of Gotham City, the orphaned Helena Bertinelli grew into the mysterious vigilante known as the Huntress Huntress creator, Paul Levitz, returns in this action packed journey through the bowels of Italy s most deadly crime syndicates Huntress sets out to uncover and destroy a deadly human trafficking and gun smuggling operation that extends to the highest reaches of the government My Review So this one lo [...]


    14. I found this at the used bookstore and decided to give Helena s solo story a shot I was definitely blown away and surprised at how much I adored her by the end of the story The thing I enjoyed most was the overall conflict It s unique and I haven t seen much of this issue I won t give any spoilers in comics The conflict is clear from the first few pages and laid out cleanly throughout the story There s no clues or symbolism within the antagonists and their motives They re there, Helena the Huntr [...]


    15. una superhero na de la batfam desmonta un c rculo de tr fico humano en la corrupta italia what s not to like




    16. This review can also be found on my blog.Thought I d continue my Huntress theme with a newer one XD This one was a standalone story right before the New 52 reboot.Helena traces gun shipments into Gotham back to Naples, Italy, and heads there to shut it down However, she uncovers not only containers of automatic weapons, but also containers of women fleeing from war in the Middle East Unable to stand by while vulnerable women fall prey to human trafficking, Huntress goes after the men responsible [...]


    17. I d never read any Huntress comics before, or comics with her in them, so I didn t know much about her before reading this I figured since it was a New 52 title, I didn t need to The whole time, though, I kept wondering who her two reporter friends were to her How did they meet When did they become friends Why do they seem to accept Helena being a vigilante so easily It would ve been nice to have a clearer reason for her being in Naples Why go through the trouble of leaving Gotham Why not interc [...]



    18. Short, sweet, and sort of generic mini series with the Huntress over in the Mediterranean isles busting up a human trafficking and guns operation Nothing of real note here The action is constant, dialogue is kept blissfully short and sweet, and the art is very well done for a modern comic of which I m not the biggest fan of I will give DC some credit for the realistic storyline here with elements of 2011 s Arab Spring incorporated into the underground crime antagonist s background The writers d [...]


    19. Another New 52 title focusing on a topic, in this case sex slavery Huntress is the appropriate character to deal with such a topic, and the story works, but it s nothing overly memorable The villains are immoral businessmen and corrupt African leaders, and Huntress exists fine in Italy, where the story focuses Some of the action sequences are pretty strong, but none of the characters really make any impact at all They all pale in contrast to Huntress, and even she s subdued than normal Honestly [...]


    20. Superbe J ai ador du d but la fin, a m a rappel Catwoman When in Rome, qui tait d j dans mes pr f r s Alors forc ment, une h ro ne forte, de beau dessin et l Italie a ne pouvait que remarcher pour moi.Apr s l histoire n est pas poustouflante, mais c est bien construit l avantage des mini s ries 6 pisodes pr vues a aide faire quelque chose de coh rent et de sympathique pour le lecteur.C est pour moi un must read des New 52.


    21. So Helena goes to Italy to stop the mob from shipping guns to Gotham and stumbles upon a human trafficking operation as well Being who she is she goes to work to put a stop to it I really enjoyed the story and I thought the artwork was pretty crisp and clean and I am in love with the lack of belly window seen here I do wonder if this was always meant to be a Helena Wayne story rather then a Bertinelli story or if the decision was made to change it so that it would fit in with the New 52.


    22. I fairly enjoyed this one because a it was action packed and fast paced, b I loved the illustrations and c I adore Helena and I think I may have found a new favourite comic book character in her face The storyline, however was nothing unusual or extremely interesting, which is why I am only giving this 3 5 stars FULL REVIEW CAN BE FOUND HERE forloversofbooks.wordpress


    23. It s not bad Art is better than the story line, which is basically a polished and fun version of Huntress Year One, but without the backstory and complicated themes.Again a shame they didn t choose to do anything really interesting for Helena, as a servicable plot for an A list character doesn t hold up nearly so well when it s a B lister even one I love to death.


    24. If you are planning on reading the Worlds Finest books, read this one firstHuntress is one of my favorite DC characters I love that she is getting some serious face time in the New 52 She s portrayed as a Batmanesque figure who loves good food In previous incarnations, especially ones I read when I was kid, she was just angry She is a much well rounded person this time out.


    25. Up to now my only experience with Huntress has been her appearances on Arrow This is also my first DC comic in a while Overall the story was a great introduction to the character The art was great A big thanks to Christie for loaning the trade paperback to me


    26. It was good but honestly I m not a fan of Helena Wayne Helena Bertinelli was way badass attitude and had a thin line between justice and vengeance I found Helena Wayne kind of boring


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