Batman #34

    Batman » Batman #34 - The Meek released by DC Comics on October 2014.

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    ZERO YEAR is over, and the events of BATMAN: ETERNAL have put Gotham City in a tailspin, but Batman is focused on finding a killer who has haunted his hometown in secret for years. This special issue features art by Matteo Scalera (DEADPOOL, Black Science) and sets the stage for the next major Batman story in the fall.

    Note: Batman Jones appears on the Selfie variant cover only


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    Batman Eternal tie-in? 0

    My review for Batman #33. A loose tie-in with the Batman Eternal series. Batman is on the hunt for a killer that likes to take the lives of people no one will remember, or care about. The GoodWell, that's not creepy or anything. Man, what a great issue! I've never liked writer Scott Snyder's mini stories that always come after he finishes one of his [5 issue] story arcs, but this changes everything! And I think a big part as to why I liked this issue was because of the art. Greg Capullo's art s...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Snyder in Limbo 0

    I love Scott Snyder's Batman series. Every arc is big and epic. Really takes a lot of effort and time into writing as well as he does. But, along with that monumental writing comes the filler issues where I feel like Scott Snyder is taking a breather and is in Limbo till the next big story arc (which I'm excited for). For me, that's what this book was. It was filler, I haven't been reading Batman Eternal and maybe that has a lot to do with my rating. Maybe if I wanted to spend the $31 a month o...

    1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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