Batman #441

    Batman » Batman #441 - A Lonely Place of Dying Chapter Three: Parallel Lines! released by DC Comics on November 1989.

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    A Lonely Place of Dying Chapter Three: Parallel Lines! last edited by julass27 on 05/05/23 05:32PM View full history

    "A Lonely Place of Dying" part 3, continued from The New Titans #60. As the Dark Knight and Two-Face face off, Dick Grayson and Tim Drake discuss the future of Batman and Robin. Continued in The New Titans #61.

    Batman tries to capture Two-Face, while Two-Face attempts to lure Batman to his death - inevitably both fail in their endeavours. Meanwhile, Dick Grayson brings Tim Drake to Wayne Manor, where Tim explains how he deduced Batman and Robin's secret identities. He tries to persuade Dick to take up the Robin identity to help Batman. However, although Dick wants to help his mentor, he will do so as Nightwing, not as Robin.


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    From The Longbox : Batman #441 0

    If there is one really important thing this issue shows us is that Two Face actually spends time planning crimes based on the number two, and wonders how easy batman will regard it. Not only that, but Batman stands around thinking how to trick Two face into going after something he has to offer. I dont know if it is the most contrived scene I have ever encountered, but it actually does have to happen for the books we have seen to be puled off.That is one scene, and there are others in the book. ...

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    We get to see Tim. 0

    Well this issue gives us an introduction to Tim's character. Albeit he is a bit different from today's version. We learn that Tim had a close relationship with Dick before Dick's parents were murdered. Just read the issue, there is also a tense moment when Tim asks Dick that he should go back to being Robin. But we all know what really happens. There is also a scene where we see how obsessed and I mean more scarier Batman has become. When Two Face kidnaps two young boys and sets them to be blow...

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