Batman #708

    Batman » Batman #708 - Judgment on Gotham, Part One: One Good Man released by DC Comics on May 2011.

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    Judgment on Gotham, Part One: One Good Man last edited by deactivated-62e5b6c75b65e on 07/14/22 02:29PM View full history

    Azrael has returned to pass judgment on Gotham, and absolve the city of it's sins by testing it's protectors. What secret may prevent Dick Grayson from protecting the city he is supposed to protect?



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    The Angels of Death fall upon Gotham. 0

    The GoodHere's the good, remember when David Hine took over Azrael and brought artist Guillem March with him? Yeah, they're back in action, and let me just tell you, they did not miss a single crazy beat from those four issues of Azrael. Hine easily writes a very compelling first chapter of "Judgement Upon Gotham" matched with Guillem March's art. March, I can't say enough about how awesome he is. Seeming him draw The Crusader again is just fantastic, and the color through out this issue is mast...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Review: Batman #708 0

    Dick Grayson suffers pains of the heart and of the conscience as Azrael's own agent ravages Gotham's red light district.   The Good Holy dread permeates this and there definitely is an Apocalyptic tone to suit the imagery conjured by Azarael's servant. Considering how Batman and his agents are created on the conceit of ordinary men taking power and passing judgment, it does make for good drama to have them judged by another entity's code of ethics. Indeed, what if Batman isn't a good man, after...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    More For Azrael Readers 0

    David Hine and Guillem March step into the Batman creative to kick off a Bat-title crossover spinning out of events in their Azrael series. It is a story with an interesting premise but is really not friendly to anyone who has not been following Hine's run on the Azrael title.  Michael Lane, the latest Azrael, has found his footing as a character who views Gotham as a new city of sin that may be irredeemable. While an interesting concept, Azrael's religious fanaticism has made it hard to sympath...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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