Batman #15

    Batman » Batman #15 - But Here's the Kicker; Red Light, Green Light released by DC Comics on February 2013.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    But Here's the Kicker; Red Light, Green Light last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/11/19 05:11AM View full history

    “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” continues here!

    The Joker’s attacks have taken their toll on Batman and his allies, and now they have to face the impossible.

    The final madness of The Joker’s plan revealed here! Why is he more dangerous now than ever before?

    Plus: In the backup feature, witness The Joker’s confrontation with the Riddler as the horror of The Joker’s plan is revealed.


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    The Bat-Family Together 0

    I have been enjoying this series overall since it started, but this story in particular has been one of the best Batman stories in the last few years. Scott Snyder has really done something wonderful in this story, and he's written Joker excellently, bringing him back to the Batman series in shocking fashion.PlotThis issue sees the continuation from the last with Batman tied up on the bridge with Joker. After an explosion Batman captures Joker but is affected by his Joker Toxin. He latter wakes ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Batman #15 0

    But Here’s the KickerTo see this review with images, Click Here.Despite the fact that I came down somewhat hard on the last issue of Batman with its supernatural Joker killing dozens of guards with a sweep of his hand, the hype seems to be getting to me because I found myself positively giddy to get started with this issue. Does Batman #15 live up to its hype, or does it prove to be but an average comic wrapped in a supernatural media storm?In this issue, Batman confronts Joker, suffers a distur...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Batman #15 0

    THE GOOD: Greg Capullo is a fantastic artist and this book really show cases his work in the best way. The first page, it's so dark and there isn't much, but what you do see, is phenomenal and instantly makes you want to see what else he can do, and he does a lot more. The book is good, but it wouldn't be the perfect story it is without him and he really defines Gotham and the characters living there. The story is also very well done and probably one of the best issues of this series so far. We ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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