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It's been two months now since Jim Gordon became Batman and he has been rocking the mantle in a few other DC books as well. He's getting more experience with every issue and is becoming more and more Batman, at least for him and his supporting cast. Things are moving on pretty quickly and now he's even getting his very own arch nemesis, for now, in the face of Mr. Bloom, who we still haven't seen. And as always, there's lots and lots of action for a book in which stars Gordon Batman.Now as I've...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Gordon keeps pushing himself to be more like the old Batman, training himself, trying to see the city as Bruce used to do and by getting new toys; but after a fight with an old mafia boss whose got himself new powers, maybe he also is starting to realize that the vigilante life isn't as glamorous as he thought, with all their rules, obligations, expenses and stuff. At least he knew it wasn't gonna be easyAlso, new Batman learns how to deal with the everyday responsibilities of every Batman like:...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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