Batman Beyond #5

    Batman Beyond » Batman Beyond #5 - Industrial Revolution Part One of Three: "A Riot Going On" released by DC Comics on July 1, 2011.

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    Industrial Revolution Part One of Three: "A Riot Going On" last edited by MattieWashburn on 10/04/21 12:56AM View full history

    Rioting workers are threatening to close down Wayne-Powers Industries and send stock prices spiraling down the tubes! There's only one thing Batman can do in this situation: Track down Paxton Powers, just released from prison, and see what he knows about it! "Industrial Revolution" begins here!



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    A Blight Returns to Gotham 0

    Someone is trying to take down the Wayne-Powers Corporation with some classic corporate espionage. Meanwhile, Paxton Powers has been mysteriously released from prison months before parole. Are these events connected and can Bruce and Terry smoke out the culprit before it is too late? The Good After four relatively slow issues re-establishing the Batman Beyond universe and Terry’s various relationships, things really start to pick up as one of Terry’s original big bad guys shows up and he does ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The Blight at the End of the Tunnel 0

    The Good: It's going to get spoiled anyways, and if the involvement of Paxton Powers, the covers of the next 2 issues, or general Batman Beyond lore didn't make it obvious, BLIGHT RETURNS! One of Batman Beyond's most famous villains. Terry McGinnis' arc nemesis. I was so sad to see him die in the show, and now he's finally back.Plus, although it bothered me at first, the more I looked at it, I'm kind of digging his new design. I hope it doesn't stick, but after his 'death' it makes sense.I love ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    I'll be back in business 0

    Cover: It is Dustin Nguyen, one of my favorite artist, but Batman getting beat on the cover doesn't look appealing. Good:  Other than it premiers the return of Blight, I don't have anything good to say about this book.Bad: Having recently re-watched all of Batman Beyond, and this being my first Batman Beyond comic it hardly feels like a continuation of the show. The characterization and dialogue of Bruce is not in conjunction with his personality exemplified in the animation where he is clever, ...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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