Batman #706

    Batman » Batman #706 - Eye of the Beholder, Part Three: Speak No Evil released by DC Comics on March 2011.

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

    A powerful relic, hidden and protected by an ancient order, falls into the hands of one of Batman's deadliest foes! The Dark Knight and his allies are outnumbered and outmatched as they struggle to free themselves from their merciless adversary. With death and destruction imminent, Batman must make a crucial sacrifice...



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    What 'Batman' Should Be (Mostly) 0

    The Good: Tony Daniel's artwork is superb as usual. Also I noticed he went back to Sandu Florea for inks, and in all honesty I think he's better off for it. His inks were fine, but upon comparison I think Florea's inks are a bit better. For some reason, I'm really loving Tony Daniel's Riddler. He's a weird kind of fun that feels like he's an older version of THe Riddler I loved from B:TAS. And his new costume is kind of strange but I think it;s pretty neat for some reason. I absolutely loved the...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Shame on you Dick Grayson 0

      A very unique and limited villain, one of the best things about "Eye of the Beholder" is seeing Sensei perfecting himself as the villain within the storyline. Like usual, I always had an up most interest with the Batman titles. After hearing that Batman was having a great amount of titles being released, as a Batman fan, I sure as hell was excited to add more than one Bat-title onto my weekly collection. BUT, there’s just one problem that prevents me from doing that and it’s quite clearly fou...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Speak No Evil 0

    Synopsis: The Riddler is back to his villainess ways toying with Batman, while Sensei continues to seek out information on the evil mask. What's good? I really like the dialogue throughout this story so far. Adding Robin in the mix was much needed to balance Dick's personality after the last issue. It's was interesting to find out the true reason on how Lucius Fox is connected to the Beholder. The Riddler being a villain again after being good for a while is a interesting change given what happ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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