Batman Incorporated #1

    Batman Incorporated » Batman Incorporated #1 - Mr. Unknown is Dead released by DC Comics on January 2011.

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    Mr. Unknown is Dead last edited by palsunstar on 07/02/23 12:29PM View full history

    Grant Morrison continues his earth-shattering run on the Batman titles with this exciting, new ongoing series! Featuring; Art by the remarkable Yanick Paquette (SEVEN SOLDIERS: BULLETEER), BATMAN, INC. marks the next stage of evolution for The Dark Knight. This can't-miss series will star not just Bruce Wayne as Batman, but also a huge number of guest-stars! Don't miss out on this all-new start to a stunning direction for Batman!



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    LOVED IT! 0

    I know I’m pretty late with this one, but when I was finally able to pick it up and read it, I couldn’t not review it. Summary: Somewhere in the basement of a local comic book shop, a “Mr. Unknown” is being held hostage, tortured, and finally murdered by the mysterious and theatrical “Lord Death Man”. A young Japanese man enters the shop looking for Mr. Unknown and finds Lord Death Man’s henchmen waiting for him. He uses his wits and his groceries to fight them off and escape. Batman and Catwo...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Batman, Inc. Open for Business 0

    Grant Morrison, grand poobah of all things Dark Knight, brought us the newest chapter of the saga of Bruce Wayne this week. Batman, Inc. is the latest ongoing series, and probably the most talked about this year. Bruce Wayne revealed to the world last week that he is the Batman's "mysterious benefactor," and as such he believes the mission driving the world's finest detective should be taken global. Now Bruce travels the globe, training foreign crime-fighters up to be their countries' "Batman". ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    If the Bat Wants to Play, We'll Play 0

    This comic blew my mind literally. Let's save GM for last in my appraisal. The art team is phenomenal. The colors are perfect, not too Frank Miller, not too Adam West either. The sharp ink and pencils creates a style and feel that I have fallen in love with as of this issue. Paquette draws a fine Batman, but as has been pointed out before his forte seems to be drawing a very sexy Selina Kyle any time he gets the chance. I don't think it detracts at all, and it's in a playful fun manner that does...

    13 out of 14 found this review helpful.
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