Batman Eternal #1

    Batman Eternal » Batman Eternal #1 released by DC Comics on June 2014.

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    Don’t dare miss the start of the Bat-story so big it’s going to take every week of the month to tell! A massive cast of Gotham City’s best (and worst) examines the relationship between Batman, his allies and his city. In this debut issue, Commissioner James Gordon is caught on the wrong side of the law!

    Note: Tim Drake, Jason Todd, Barbara Gordon, Batwoman, Riddler, Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Strix, Duela Dent and Ignatius Ogilvy appear on cover only


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    This first issue of this year long weekly Batman epic kicks things off, with serious consequences up ahead. 0

    Here we are, the highly anticipated weekly Batman series starts here with issue #1, some of you out there might be thinking "Oh look, ANOTHER Batman title, and a weekly one at that, as if we don't have enough Batman in our lives" and I'm here to inform you my friends, this is NOT just another Batman title, this is something much bigger.This is now essentially the "Main" Batman title depicting the events in the post-Forever Evil world (Uh, that event's still going?) and is a must buy for Bat-Fans...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    What is this Madness?! 0

    Celebrating Batman's 75 years of service DC released a new weekly bat title which will last a year featuring the man himself along with his cast of partners and villains.Leaving out as many spoilers as I possibly can.The Good: Art work is great. Jason Fabok went all out on this issue. The storyline. Snyder and Tynion began to unravel a great story. Character development is a very essential part of this story which is filled with surprises.The Bad: it's a weekly series so your wallet will pretty...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A little underwhelming, but it has promise. 0

    The new year long weekly series starts here! Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, John Layman, and Tim Seeley with artwork by Jason Fabok.The GoodThe page that gets you excited and anticipating a perfect first issue.... In this issue, we see a future where Gotham is in flames and Batman is beaten and broken. However, before that conclusion happens, we journey back to the present. Where it's just an ordinary night for Batman and Jim Gordon.The writers did a good job at setting the stage for...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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