johnnydarkness's Batman and Robin #1 - Batman Reborn Part 1: Domino Effect review

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Morrison and Quitely

Frank Quitely compliments Grant Morrison like Gene Ha compliments Alan Moore. I think if you can embrace the character of Damien, and the idea of a non Bruce Wayne Batman, and just have faith in these guys to create a damn good, 25 issue saga, then you'll love this series. So far my only complaint is the design of the Batmobile. But who cares? The rest of the art is awesome.

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