Batman: Odyssey #1

    Batman: Odyssey » Batman: Odyssey #1 - Part 1 released by DC Comics on September 2010.

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    Legendary Batman artist and comics pioneer Neal Adams returns to Gotham City with the first issue of two 6-part miniseries!

    In this electrifying new story, The Dark Knight faces a series of seemingly unrelated challenges as villains and allies old and new push him to his limits like never before. After Batman discovers a dark and mysterious matrix being superimposed over his life, what sort of life-changing voyage must he embark on to escape from this powerful and insidious force? Be here to find out as Adams writes and illustrates his next masterpiece Batman tale!



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    Ey! Hombre Murcielago." 0

    As the description says,  The Dark Knight faces challenges seemingly unrelated, but more on that later.    What You Need To Know. Fan Favorite and Batman savior Neal Adams not only draws this 6 part tale, but he also writes it.  It is unclear if this is an in-continuity story.  Not much is known about this series as of yet.    The Good. Neal Adams' art is always a blast to look at.  Whether it's Bruce Wayne or any of the other characters, his attention to detail is still something that  has his ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Neal Adams, That's More Than Enough Reason To Buy This 0

    Neal Adams back on Batman. Before reading this issue, I had no idea what it was about. It didn't matter.   The Good You can easily say that Neal Adams is a classic artist. You could say he's a legend. The man's work is amazing. As soon as you open it, you almost feel like you're going back in time with a classic Batman story. What's bound to upset many of today's fans is seeing Batman carrying a gun. The issue begins with Bruce telling Dick about one of his first adventures. He carried a gun to ...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Dissapointment Filled the Air... 0

    To sum this issue up in one sentence, I was dissapointed with it. Why? Well read on and find out (SPOILER WARNING):    The story in this issue jumps all over the place and is not very clear. I know its supposed to seem like three random events, but it is just three random events that make no sense what so ever. It starts with Bruce Wayne telling Dick why he decided not to use guns after he tried once (which doesn't make sense, because the stories from the '40s where he used guns are no longer ca...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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