Batman #704

    Batman » Batman #704 - Eye of the Beholder, Part One: Hear No Evil released by DC Comics on January 2011.

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    Eye of the Beholder, Part One: Hear No Evil last edited by deactivated-62e5b6c75b65e on 07/14/22 02:29PM View full history

    Welcome back Tony Daniel as regular writer/artist on BATMAN!

    Bruce Wayne may have returned, but when an aging but wealthy technology developer comes to Gotham with his beautiful daughter, it turns out he's in search of a joint project with WayneTech. DNA tracking is the name of his game, and there are others interested in his proposal. But when the developer goes missing, Batman finds that his tracks stop in the city's violent Chinatown neighborhood, where a new deadly Triad gang has taken root. Guest-starring I-Ching!



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    As Batman tries to convince Catwoman to take her sidekick out of the picture, the Wayne foundation's property in Crime Alley is target by a mysterious outfit of Asian assassins. The Good Daniel totally gets these character, so much so that I was seriously hearing Kevin Conroy and the rest of the animated series cast talking in my head as I read the dialogue. I even had some strange new voice for Damian, even though he's never had a voice actor. Also, as somebody familiar with Taoist/Buddhist st...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    That Was A Total Grayson Move 0

    The Story- Bruce Wayne has returned and Gotham is now Dick's responsibility. As Bruce Wayne go's international with Batman Inc. The story is here that Wayne Enterprises(Or Batman Inc Now) is approached by the Tang Lo foundation to buy up their property of crime alley.  Also Dick talks to Catwoman about her taking Catgirl away from the crime fighting buisness for good. The Writing- Tony Daniel is doing a pretty good job of capturing these characters especially Dick, and Selina. The Art-Daniel's a...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Tony Daniel: The Return 0

    The Good: THE ART. Good god the art. They could remove all the dialogue and I'd still pay 2.99 for this because Tony Daniel's art is AMAZING. And I think his inking actually improves it. I know people are giving her shit but I like the idea of Catgirl. She has this twisted Robin like quality to her, but her upbringing and personality make it fresh. I've been waiting for her return since she donned her costume in #697. Seeing The Reaper again was a pleasant surprise. There's a whole lot of intere...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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