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From the pages of the best-selling BRIGHTEST DAY and GREEN LANTERN CORPS comes the new regular creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason! Kicking off the action is "Dark Knight, White Knight" part 1 of 3, as Bruce Wayne returns from the dead and Gotham City finds itself locked in the grip of chaos! Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne come face-to-face with what could possibly be the strangest Bat Villain yet. Who is the White Knight, and why is he hell-bent on making Gotham City into Heaven on Earth?
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The kind of angels you wouldn't want to see falling from the sky. 0

From beginning to end, I have to say that the floe of this single issue was absolutely amazing. Having my doubts with both Dick Grayson’s character and the recent issues that I believed to be dragging in the horrors of a developing clichéd concept, how surprised I was when getting the chance to catch the first part of Tree of Blood: Dark Knight vs. White Knight. The team of Peter J Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray, and Alex Sinclair really defined this issue with a classy and a very catchy st...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Morrison May Be Gone, But His Spirit Remains 0

The Good: The opening scene is written beautifully. Now that Morrison's run is over, and the Batman Family is just now settling into its new status quo, it's nice to start of the next era in this series with a scene that takes the full brunt of the emotions and slashes it down onto 3 pages. It takes some of the best elements of Batman: The Return and breaks it down into the simplest terms. GLeason draws some really nice panels in the start to compliment Tomasi's writing very well. The close-up o...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Batman and Robin #20 0

The new creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason move into the house Grant Morrison built and tackle the Dynamic Duo. Their first foray? A good old fashioned mystery.  The Good Early in the story Batman & Robin are called in by Gordon to investigate the body of a john doe who plunged from a rooftop dressed as an angel, complete with glowing wings. With all the cosmic and supernatural goings on in the Batman world lately it's refreshing to see "The world's greatest detective" doin...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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