Batman Incorporated #3

    Batman Incorporated » Batman Incorporated #3 - Scorpion Tango released by DC Comics on March 2011.

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    Scorpion Tango last edited by palsunstar on 07/02/23 12:37PM View full history

    Batman travels to South America to reunite with Gaucho, Argentina's Batman Incorporated representative. But their trip may be cut short when an unexpected adversary sends things spiraling downward!


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    Batman I.N.C (Invisible Natural Connections) 0

    Invisible Natural Connections, or synchronicity is the angle in Grant Morrison's Batman. Morrison has dug so deeply in Batman's history that it is hard to tell if he is writing Batman or is Batman writing itself from within him.  I say that question because those who worship Morrison's writing can likely see the connection to The Invisibles.  I cannot stress how important the relationship to Morrison's work The Invisibles are, in this case this issues starts off with a team that is fr...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Batman Takes Batman Inc South 0

    The next issue of Batman, Inc is finally here and Batman heads to Argentina for his next recruit. Of course there will be some action and danger involved.  The Good Reading over the first few pages, I wasn't completely sure what was going on and who all the characters were. That's part of the charm of Batman, Inc, a way for us to see other parts of the DC Universe. Too many times we only see the common cities and seeing some Batman action in South America is pretty rad.  As you probably know, wh...

    13 out of 14 found this review helpful.

    It's Back! 0

    Batman Incorporated is finally back, and the world is a better place for it.  The Good What stood out first for me in this book is the fact that Yanick Paquette's art and Nathan Fairbarin's colors pop so much, it's ridiculous. Its wildly refreshing to see a Batman book with color. Outside of the art, the issue really reminded me of The Black Glove, which isn't surprising. Along with the return of SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content. there is a John Mayhew styled Grant Morrison m...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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