Plot By Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV
Written By James Tynion IV
Art By Guillem March
Hey, Don't tell anybody this....but Bane is in this issue. Like you didn't know that from the damn cover. But we'll get to that in just a bit. Talon manages to keep his pants on and escape from the security island help by the court of owls. With the help of the Talon grandson gone good guy. (See my review for Talon #6 for the deets.)
Back at Sebastian Clark's hideout, we along with Casey learn that Sebastian was the former Grand Master of the court of owls. We learn from the very begging that Sebastian is the reason that Calvin is a Talon and Sebastian set Calvin up. Sebastian even tricked Calvin into doing the one thing he never ever wanted to do. Return to Gotham. Speaking of Gotham, when Talon gets back to the city he runs into Batman.
Seeing as how it is Gotham, I was thinking to myself, "When the hell is Batman going to show up?" Well he did and hey, look it only took eight months. What really makes me laugh is Batman pulls the tough guy act with Talon. Talon don't take guff from anybody. Not even the Batman. Talon escapes and runs off the confront Sebastian Clark.
Batman's all like "I'll get even with you yet, Calvin Rose. Or something like that. Hey don't ask me, I didn't write this book. (Thank God because it would be filled with Typos.) The ending was pretty sweet when Talon shows up and finally gets face to face with Sebastian. Sebastian spills the beans and then has his enforcer kick Talon's ass. It's none other than Bane. As if the cover didn't tip you off. Join me next moth to see if Talon can keep his pants on and it Bane can kick his addiction. To adventure I mean.