Batman #2

    Batman » Batman #2 - Trust Fall released by DC Comics on December 2011.

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    Trust Fall last edited by Riddlersriddle on 09/01/19 09:36AM View full history

    Bruce Wayne is back in the cowl, hunting a new and deadly killer in Gotham City – a killer with a vendetta against Bruce Wayne! But who is this mysterious killer in an owl skull mask? And is he the key to unlocking one of Gotham's oldest and most terrifying secrets? Be there for their first brutal encounter!


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    Court Of Owls Are Coming 0

    The Story: Batman and James Gordon continue to investigate the murder of a man who had Dick Grayson's DNA underneath his fingernails. Batman is warned about the Court Of Owls. My Thoughts:This was easily my most anticipated issue coming out this week. After the phenomenal first issue by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, this instantly became one of my favorites out of the new 52. We're only two issue in and it already appears that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo will pull off an incredible groundbrea...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The 13th Guardian 0

    In a week where it shows Batman largely dominating in both the mediums of comics and entertainment, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo essentially delivered a Batman issue that amazes without putting in effort. After an amazing finish to issue #1, how can issue #2 raise the bar?  Find your favorite gargoyle, and join me as I review Batman #2. The GoodBoy, oh boy, where can I begin? Capullo, Glapion, and Plascencia continue their amazing craft on the visuals. The action scenes that depict Batman takin...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The Eternal War of Gotham City's Legends 0

    The Good: Normally I'm not a fan of covers like this, but there's just something about it that makes it work. Maybe it's the little white dots around Batman's cape and the background? I don't know. It works. Scott Snyder REALLY knows how to get deep. He can blather on with extraneous details and it never feels boring. He's setting the scene. Gotham City is as much a character as Batman is. History sets the mood. Things are slightly tense and uncertain. And then BLAM! Someone gets thrown through ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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