Batman #6

    Batman » Batman #6 - Beneath the Glass released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    Trapped far beneath Gotham City and hunted by the Talon - the Court of Owls' unstoppable killer - Batman lies bleeding and broken. With no way out and no one to help, is this the end for The Dark Knight?



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    Batman #6 0

    SummaryBatman fights the Talon through the very foundations of Gotham City, but after the events of last issue, does he have enough sanity or strength to survive? Also in this issue, more secrets are brought to light – yet not necessarily explained - and we are left with yet another shocking cliff-hanger.What I liked· This was all one scene?!: Although there are defining moments of this issue, there are no stark cutaways and no switching between characters or locations. This issue feels very “in...

    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Madness 0

    Madness.Madness is the key to this issue. When I first saw the cover to this issue I thought it was just awesome, but if you've read the previous issue, then you understand the true significance of the cover. It's frightening, a terrifying image of Batman twisted and corrupted into an Owl. His empty eyes reflect no soul as he reaches right for you, attempting to claw at your face right through the cover, his face ravenous in an expression of pure seething evil.And Capullo carries this artwork ab...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    He... SURVIVES! 0

    Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo gave us one of the most shocking endings ever in Issue #5, but now we need it resolved and for the story to go on? Does this issue continue the seemingly endless saga of the Court of Owls?  THE GOOD: I really like the art in this book. Greg Capullo can draw a very happy scene but in this issue we get to see dark and crazy stuff the pushes the rating limits. I really like how Batman is pretty much lost it and there is a page where he is a giant. It's a great little p...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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