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"Long Shadows" continues! Batman forges ahead in his battle to retrieve the escapees from Arkham Asylum, while Two-Face begins a ground war of his own. Elsewhere, Penguin wants to become Gotham City's new king of crime, but to do so he has to make a deal with the devil.

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Batman #689: “New Day, New Knight” gives a picture of the personality that Dick Grason bring to the Character of Batman. There was a frame where Two-Face is commenting on how Batman was smiling during his crime fighting. I was reminded of some of the Silver Age where we would see this once and awhile. As Judd Winick writes the story, he allows Dick Grason to be himself. There is a quality of fun and enjoyment that the “Robin-Nightwing-Batman” has brought to the table. It is also interesting ...

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