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Batman, Robin, and Abuse join forces to combat the frightening strengths of Victor Zsasz's army! Can Batman and his allies save Gotham City's kidnapped children? 
 
Meanwhile in the Manhunter co-feature, the odds are stacked against Kate as she goes up against a new adversary in the courtroom. Her increased frustrations with the proceedings gets taken out on every thug in Gotham - but is Manhunter making too many enemies for her own good?
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Best issue by far 0

i never thought i would say this, but i think Batman Streets of Gotham may be my favorite Batman title currently. everything comes to a boiling on the streets of Gotham, as Damian and Abuse try their best to hold their own against zsasz, Batman tries his best to pull them out of the fire. with each issue the story keeps getting better and better, adding a whole new level of depth to Dick, Damian, Abuse, and whatever villain that spotlights within this title. the tag team of Paul Dini and Dustin ...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

The continuing side-stories of Batman & Robin 0

Batman: Streets of Gotham continues to be a great secondary Batman book on the strength of Paul Dini's small-scale stories and Dustin Nguyen's impressive artwork.  This issue provides the conclusion to the story begun in issue 10, in which Damian Wayne and a super-powered orphan discover together Zsasz's underground orphan gladiator fights, arranged for fun and profit (wow, that sounds completely ridiculous now that I write it down).  Dini continues to have a great grasp of Damian's character, c...

9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

It cuts like a knife 0

With last issue I feel that this series has returned to form.  Definitely one of my top Bat books!  Paul Dini really has pulled all of the threads together and brings us a very good ending.  The art continues to be fantastic.  In fact several panels were just simply brilliant at telling the story without the words.  Cheers to Dustin!  I love the addition of Abuse to the Bat-family of characters.  He gives Damian someone to team up with and hit the Streets of Gotham to get up to whatever they can...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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