Batman #30

    Batman » Batman #30 - Zero Year: Savage City, Part One released by DC Comics on June 2014.

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    Zero Year: Savage City, Part One last edited by cbishop on 05/19/18 08:49AM View full history

    “ZERO YEAR – SAVAGE CITY” begins!



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    Arkham City : Riddler version.Sorta. 0

    Plot Brucy wakes up in a house he has never seen before.He has lost his suit in the wreckage and then passed out.A kid who lived in this house ,practically saved him.When he woke up,he peeked outside the window and saw some badass Capullo art a city like a jungle, with, practically citizens-prisoners ,and he tells that if a person comes,at some point in a day,and riddles him something he can’t find,he’ll release them.Aw,you!....Classic Eddie!... Gordon and the police are trying to c...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    What took you so long Batman? 0

    Remember last issue when Riddler took Gotham by storm, literally? Well Zero Year has finally started in Gotham City and Riddler is at the helm. Written by Scott Snyder with artwork by Greg Capullo (penciler) and Danny Miki (inker).The GoodZero Year in all of it's beauty. Zero Year has given us (readers) a glimpse of what Batman's first year looked like. So far we've seen he's been cocky, a loner, and outwitted by the Riddler at every turn. With the ending of the last issue, Batman failed to prev...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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