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Batman joins forces with a new hero who's as dangerous as she is beautiful. When members of a secret order turn up dead and tortured in Gotham City's Chinatown district, I-Ching informs Batman that he fears an ancient relic is the target. Batman connects this case to that of a missing satellite architect. With few clues to go by and the stakes getting higher, Batman races to locate the surviving members of the order before it's too late.

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See No Evil 0

Sensei is back and in Gotham to search for an evil mask. Not on Batman's watch. Pros: First, I got to give Tony Daniel some credit for adding a small recap flashback page on who is Sensei. But anyway, the plot, which wasn't really picked on last issue, comes to light, as Sensei's goal is to find an evil mask. The history of the evil mask gave me a sense of something huge might be foreshadowing.  I-Ching makes a guest appearance and I think he'll fit in the story later on.  Tony also handles the...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Has Potential But Needs Fine Tuning 0

Batman and Peacock (yeah, really) do battle with Sensei and his faction of the Demon while trying to recover her kidnapped brother, Luki. I-Ching makes an appearance in this issue and gives a little info on the history of the mystical object at the center of all this mystery and mayhem.    The Good Sensei is wearing Sun WuKong inspired attire...there are no words for the levels of awesomeness this entails. I'm a HUGE fan of Journey to the West, so I applaud Daniel highly for this.   I-Ching make...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Proud to Have Tony Daniel on the Main Batman Title 0

The Good: It always, always goes without saying that Tony Daniel's art is FANTASTIC. Just gorgeously awesome on every page in every panel. I've said it once and I'll say it again. What Tony Daniel does best as a writer is have such a great grasp of all the characters. Of all the writers, he does one of the best jobs of giving Dick his own identity as Batman and properly characterizing him. I'm digging the main plot of this story arc a lot more than I was before. I like the whole 'mask of evil' t...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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