Batman #29

    Batman » Batman #29 - Zero Year: Dark City released by DC Comics on May 2014.

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    Zero Year: Dark City last edited by Superkitty on 04/10/24 07:28PM View full history

    The “DARK CITY” chapter of “ZERO YEAR” reaches its conclusion in this amazing, extra-sized issue! Now, the next chapter of Zero Year is almost upon us, and we’ve saved the best for last! What corners of Batman’s past will be revealed? And how will they impact his very near future? Find out here!



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    Double sized "Dark City" conclusion. 0

    Plot Batman is buried out of the bones,we left him in #27,takes his Bat-Blimp (yeah....a Bat Blimp....okay Bruce you're rich and all,but this is just bragging....hope the Bat-Blimp is a regular in Arkham Knight!!) and goes up to stop Riddler's Weather Baloon which is causing the flooding of the whole city.--by the way the city is flooding....-- .He gets there and finds Death ,who's obviously there to protect the baloon from a potential visit from Batman.They fight, Batman wins(duh) but he waste...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Batman #29 0

    GoodA good book in my opinion is a combination of quality writing and quality art. This book has hit the perfect balance, I love it to pieces. I can’t think of how best to describe the perfect fusion of Snyder and Capullo, the pair play off each other so well that it’s just incredible. The reason I’m fawning like this is because of the opening and closing of this issue.At the beginning we see certain actions, that a young Bruce Wayne took, which led to that terrible event in C...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Batman's doing his best, but is it enough? 0

    Riddler's master plan is about to bring Gotham City to it's knees! Will Batman be able to stop it in time?The GoodGreg Capullo's scary good Dr. Death art. Scott Snyder is doing a great job so far with telling his version of Batman's origin. It's exciting, good story, and has early incarnations of more well known Batman villains -- fighting against a Batman with little experience. And Batman having little experience plus having trust issues is really great for this solo Batman title; as it really...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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