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MR. FREEZE is introduced to The New 52!

What is Mr. Freeze's relationship to the COURT OF OWLS? Is he an ally – or do they want him dead?

"NIGHT OF THE OWLS" continues here!

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Fantastic Storytelling, But It's Just Not Mr. Freeze 0

I'm extremely torn on how I feel about this issue.Hold on, let me rewind for a bit. There's a lot of nice things on the surface. The artwork isn't Grag Capullo, but its perfectly fine. It has a nice 'cold' atmosphere that suits Mr. Freeze, and it captures a lot of the better parts of David Finch's art before Finch started to overdo everyone's muscles to the point of ridiculousness. Aside from the aforementioned cold, almost stoic attitude the art conveys, it doesn't do a whole lot to stand out, ...

14 out of 15 found this review helpful.

The Thaw 0

The first Batman annual of the new 52 came out today, written by the unequaled Scott Snyder, and you better believe this met my expectations, which were pretty high going in. Mr. Freeze has always been an interesting villain, but never quite got the defining story he so deserved, and this issue sets out to correct this travesty. While I enjoyed the hell out of it, there's a few gripes I have with it that keep it from truly being one of the finest done-in-ones I've read in a while.Let's start wit...

9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Unbroken and White 0

Mr. Freeze has escaped Arkham Asylum and looks to get reconnected to his preserved wife named Nora. Meanwhile, his connection to the Court of Owls is revealed as he runs in to Batman, Nightwing and Robin.PlusMr. Freeze made great sense as an added villain to the Night of the Owls story arc as he'd be someone the readers would least expect. Snyder's writing genius is displayed in this issue as he was able to concoct a story of how Victor eventually got involved with the Court of Owls. The story w...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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