Batman, Incorporated #2

    Batman, Incorporated » Batman, Incorporated #2 - Eye of the Gorgon released by DC Comics on August 2012.

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    This is the story of a man and a woman fighting over the heart and soul of their child. Unfortunately for the world, the man is BATMAN, the woman is TALIA AL GHUL, and the child is DAMIAN.

    General Notes: Gaucho, Looker, Halo, Freight Train, The Hood, and Batwing's appearances are on cover only.


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    A Woman's Touch 0

    This cover dances so close to greatness, but ultimately falls flat. I can't completely decide why. Is it too crowded? It certainly has A LOT going on, but I think removing the characters at the bottom would make it a bit too simple, not to mention I like the way they're laid out ESPECIALLY the empty floating Wingman helmet since we don't know who the new one is. Maybe it needed an actual background? Because the white background is definitely not doing this cover any favors. Oh well.Ugh, what hap...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Talia: Year One 0

    THE GOOD: Chris Burnham is on art duties and I really like the way everything looks in this issue. There is plenty of detail on the pages but not too much. The action is fluid. The most important thing is that the characters convey strong emotions in this issue. There are also some nice homages. The story is very complex to me. Grant Morrison is visiting the origin of Talia, and Damian and it's a very interesting issue. I really like the characterization of Talia in this issue. She is a bad guy,...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Look into the Eye of the Gorgon 0

    Plot: Take a peak into the past of Talia Al Ghul. Good: I haven't reviewed a DC comic in a while but wow just wow is this one worth it. Grant Morrison crafts a fantastic and intriguing tale focused on the daughter of the demon, the mother of the current Robin, the former girlfriend of the Bat. This is a Batman story that cannot be missed. The origin of one Talia Al Ghul while not neccisarlly something new is told in a way that will keep the reader entertained. It is a nice long read,...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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