Batman, Incorporated #1

    Batman, Incorporated » Batman, Incorporated #1 - Leviathan, Part One: Demon Star released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    BATMAN, INCORPORATED makes its NEW 52 debut with an all-new first issue!

    The series hits the ground running as BATMAN and ROBIN face off against the assassin GOATBOY!

    LEVIATHAN'S sinister mission revealed!


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    "This Madness is over" 0

    THE GOOD: I really like the art. Chris Burnham is an amazing artist and he adds a lot to the backgrounds and the panels always are fun to look at. I really like some of the different looking panels he did in this issue, like the one with the map showing where they are. The story is my absolute favorite part of this issue. We get to see Batman and Robin fighting a group of people with animal faces. It sounds a little weird but it is executed perfectly. I really like seeing Leviathan working a bit...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Batman and Robin vol1 #1 redux 0

    The Good:Grant Morrison is back on Batman and just as great as ever and its like he never left. This is pretty much a direct continuation of the previous volume and Im really glad that Morrison didnt try to reconcile every retcon coming with the New 52 with what we were seeing before Flashpoint. At the same time however he makes it clear that this does indeed take place in The New 52 with a couple of references. Morrisons crazy characters and interesting narrative are fully present and Chris Bur...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    And This is Bat-Cow 0

    A mysterious person puts a large bounty on Damien Wayne's head and an assassin named Goatboy seeks to kill The Boy Wonder and claim that prize.PlusMorrison's ability to play with the readers' emotions is uncanny. This issue displays a dark and gory theme but the Dynamic Duo's funny interactions throughout the issue were priceless. It's difficult to put Batman in a light where he talks lightly but Morrison pulled it off. Burnham's art wasn't perfect but it was good enough to complement his writer...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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