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Le Jardin Noir – France's very own Arkham Asylum – falls under siege! Someone has freed the lunatics, and unless they can be stopped, they'll turn Paris into a surreal Hell on Earth! Batman and Robin join Nightrunner in a mind-bending battle with the strangest lineup of villains this side of Bizarro World.

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First Word Dada. Hine has turned one of the simplest concepts, one of the first words a child ever learns, and defined this comic with it. It's something not many people will get (Honestly I only know about Dada because of Morrison's Doom Patrol.) But ti's genius. Proof that all of life and death is but a pointless dance of actions and desires.   Altered State Greg Tocchini's artwork still isn't something I'm keen on, but he was actually a good fit for this issue, and it's the first time I can ...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

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Batman and Robin team up with Nightrunner to restore order after a prisoner break takes place at Le Jardin Noir.    The Good This cover's absolutely gorgeous and amazing on every level. Honestly 90% of me buying this issue was due to this cover.   Normally I'm not a fan of Tocchini's work, nor am I a fan of two artist doing pencils in the same issue. It's often distracting and jolting and hampers a read for me. This go around there's no such trouble here. This kind of surreal imagery of this sto...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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Synopsis  Batman and Robin team up with Nightrunner to confront the villains who have broken out of the French equivalent of Arkham Asylum, "Le Jardin Noir" and to stop the surreal mastermind behind the breakout.  The Good  I suppose I should get this out first, I rather liked this issue. I really dig the dadaism and surrealist concepts running through the entire issue. The other idea that rather drew me in was the introduction of some new and colourful villains for Nightrunner (also one of the ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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