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When Waynetech's launch of Interworld is plagued by a series of "virtual murders," Batman teams up with Oracle to hunt down the culprit in a simulated environment that's slowly collapsing into post-apocalyptic zombie-haunted chaos. A computer-generated Batman adventure that brings Dark Knight justice to a wild new frontier, to face a new and virulent menace. In a world of numbers, does everything have a price?
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8 and its never ending fate 0

First off I need to address that most people hate on this issue since it is the so called "last" issue before the relaunch and because of it it is not a satisfying ending for those who don't get what Grant Morrison is doing.  Sorry if that if offensive of a statement, I am not saying I am smarter, but I get what he is doing.  This issue had to be released before the 52 releases and you can blame DC for hurting the momentum, not Grant.  I love how he got this issue out and that it is #8, the symb...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

I Didn't Care to See the New Tron Either. 0

Batman, Incorporated becomes another casualty of the September relaunches as it comes to a sudden and unceremonious end with this issue. Even worse, it ends with perhaps the weakest issue of the short-lived series revolving around a story premise that became cliche and silly as far back as the mid-'90s. Rather than end with a bang or a whimper, this book ends with a groan.  It is an issue of Bruce Wayne and Barbara Gordon fighting viruses in the virtual reality of Internet 3.0. Yes, it is that k...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

This isn't Even the Virtual End 0

People are going to complain, people are going to jeer, but I liked this issue. It really encapsulates one of the things that I like best about Grant’s writing: He doesn’t spoon feed things to you. This issue contains so many moments that unless you’re reading carefully AND thinking about what you’re reading then you’ll miss a lot. For those who don’t believe me, go back to the issue and look for the answers to these two questions: 1) How does Oracle deduce who the villain is? 2) Exactly why do ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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