Batman Incorporated #2

    Batman Incorporated » Batman Incorporated #2 - Resurrector released by DC Comics on February 2011.

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    Resurrector last edited by palsunstar on 07/02/23 12:33PM View full history

    The dynamic new era of Batman continues! The Dark Knight and Mr. Unknown – the Batman of Japan – go up against Lord Death Man. It's going to be a fight to the end that could see the failure of Batman, Inc. before it's even begun!



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    Welcome to the Batman Corps. 0

    Batman Incorporated concludes its trip to Japan with mixed results and a weak finish. Japan now has its own Batman, and if this is any indication of how the rest of Bruce Wayne's global outreach is going to go, I am not sure I want to stay on this ride.  Grant Morrison presents a strong and interesting character (or characters) in that of Mr. Unknown. It is a different take on the usual mentor/apprentice working relationship that we usual see in DC Comics, and it is a shame that we had to come i...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    "Did you ever wonder what it's like to be dead?" 0

    Batman faces off with Mr. Death. Pros: Grant Morrison brings out some great storytelling in the second issue of Batman Inc. One fact I got to admit that I like about Morrison is bring back old villains for the new generation of readers. Mr. Death is a very colorful character. Given the fact that he's somewhat of an immortal adds some depth to him and his antics. But besides Mr. Death, I like that Bruce gives Jiro a second chance, but not outright. The artwork remains the same as the first issu...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Most Dynamic Comic Out 0

    As you can tell from the praising title of this review, I quite enjoyed Batman Inc. #2. While I feel it lost a little bit of the momentum of the first issue, and I secretly hoped we'd get the cliffhanger referencing the 60's show, this i the most dynamic comic out now. Nobody is doing what this creative team is doing. In Lord Death Man, we have a truly interesting and manic villain perfect for the darkly campy style evoked.  Bow to Mighty Lord Death Man!  Batman's foray into Japan is simply ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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