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The second chapter of “ZERO YEAR – SAVAGE CITY” reveals an entirely new Gotham City. Unraveling the mysteries set forth by the Riddler, Batman must learn to work with his new ally, Lieutenant Jim Gordon, and do whatever it takes to survive!

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PlotOur hommies come up with a plan to stop Eddie,and try to apply it.Some stuff go good ,some don't.The Jimmy,Brucy,Lucious adventure continues.ThoughtsThe writing continues to be stunning and not lazy,as it seemed sometimes in previous installements of the Zero Year arcSavage City is,by far ,the best part of the arc,and the essense of Batman.Why he became what he became,what made him that brutting beast,and what changed Bruce Wayne's look on the world.How his city changed.Became uncontrolable,...

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Last Batman review! Batman is fighting the Riddler in a battle of wits, for control over Gotham City! With a little help from Jim Gordon and Lucius Fox, Batman might finally beat the Riddler and get Gotham City out of this Zero Year!The GoodI think it's the simplicity of this cover that makes me enjoy it so much! First off, the cover for this issue of Batman is seriously freaking awesome! Greg Capullo has done some pretty amazing covers for this series; my personal favorites being issues' #1-7, ...

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