Batman, Incorporated #0

    Batman, Incorporated » Batman, Incorporated #0 - Brand Building released by DC Comics on November 2012.

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    Batman, Incorporated wants you!

    Batman has a war to fight, but first he must recruit an army to combat the menace of Leviathan.

    See how The Dark Knight assembled his lieutenants!


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    2.9 stars

    Average score of 7 user reviews

    Making Batman Inc. 0

    This series overall has been better than the last one as it doesn't jump about as much and we actually know who Leviathan is now. I liked how in this issue we have Frazer Irving on art which is a nice change as his art is amazing, although Burnham has been doing a good job in the other issues.This issue is basically a retelling of how Batman Incorporated came together and how Batman recruited members. He starts off by talking to the Wayne Enterprise board members about the positives that would c...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Batman, Incorporated #0 0

    THE GOOD: The art is interesting and different from what you see in most series. There are probably a lot of people who like the art for it's uniqueness and the simplicity of it, some probably don't enjoy it as much. The story is, well, everywhere. Bruce Wayne talking to the Wayne Enterprise board really makes you grasp the need for Batman Inc, something that a couple people haven't been able to get. Seeing him recruit people is interesting because of how different they are.   THE BAD: The art d...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    The Psychotic Perspective: Batman Incorporated #0 0

    Brand BuildingBatman Incorporated is a very interesting idea, and it has been dreamt up and written by the creator that many comic fans consider the pinnacle of Batman writers. I do not share this view, but I do find Morrison’s writing be very good though perhaps a little bit more scatterbrained than ideal. As a whole, Batman Incorporated has been pretty well executed, but the last issue frustrated me by focusing almost purely on Batman to the detriment of his supporting cast. Does Batman Incorp...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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