Forever Evil: Arkham War #1

    Forever Evil: Arkham War » Forever Evil: Arkham War #1 - Batman Death March released by DC Comics on December 2013.

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    As FOREVER EVIL hits the world, no corner of the DC Universe is in worse shape than Gotham City! Madness and mayhem hit the streets as both Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison unleash their prisoners upon the helpless citizens of Gotham. And with no Dark Knight to protect the city, what horrors will follow?


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    There is Only Bane 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).Although the Villains Month prequels in the Scarecrow and Bane issues weren't as good as I hoped they would I have still been looking forward to this series, with this being the only mini-series from Forever Evil that I'll be getting bar Forever Evil itself.PlotWith Bane's arrival near, Scarecrow turns to Penguin for advice on how to deal with him.ReviewThis was surprisingly a very good opening issue for the series, as I h...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    And Hell rode with him... 0

    I know this is a little behind, but life has been very busy and I haven't had time to sit and reflect on some of the recent week's issues, but here we go anyway. In the aftermath of the Justice League's apparent "death" by the Crime Syndicate, Gotham City is left without it's protector: Batman. Everyone clearly knows this as the Syndicate made their big "Justice League is dead" announcement. If you read Bane's Villain's Month issue, you pretty much know where this story picks up, but I will elab...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Dark Night Just Got Darker... (SPOLIERS) 0

    The GoodWell, I WAS going to rate this book at 5 stars until another book came along this week and set the bar higher (See my eventual Superman/Wonder Woman #1 Review). I like this book and I like the concept of the Villains of Gotham going to war and I am looking forward to seeing how this all plays out.The BadHonestly, I wasn't sure what to think about the book when I first read it, so I put it aside to come back to it later. Once I came back to it and flipped through it again I started to no...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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