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    Batman: Gotham Knights #27

    Batman: Gotham Knights » Batman: Gotham Knights #27 - Murder? Positive I.D. released by DC Comics on May 1, 2002.

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    A fugitive from justice and his own comrades, Batman brutally punishes the criminal element of Gotham City, and is surprised when he's paid an unwanted visit from the Man of Steel. Meanwhile, Alfred searches for more clues to the murder that's been pinned on Bruce Wayne. Plus, a Batman Black & White backup, "Never Say Die," written by Dwayne McDuffie with art by Denys Cowan.  
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    Batman a murderer? No, really? 0

    Review: To start things off, this was an pretty old issue that dates back to 2002 (but not as old as that X-men issue #66) The front covers always get'cha into buying these sorta issues, but when I saw Batman ready to make a kill just before Superman's trying to stop him, I thought to myself "has Batman finally lost it."  After reading this several times, I found this enjoyable. The first thing I've notice when looking at it was that THERE'S NO NARRATION AT ALL, except at the end of the issue wh...

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