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The fourth chapter of Neal Adams' epic Batman tale sees Bruce Wayne confronted with a terrible moment that harks back to his origin. Will this shocking episode derail Batman from his Odyssey? Guest-starring Aquaman, Deadman, Talia and Man-Bat!

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Review: Batman Odyessey #4 0

Batman deals with death and not being the hero he thinks he should be. Legendary artist Neal Adams draws and writes the book.  The Good Neal Adams is a legend. There is no doubt about it, and in this issue, his work really does shine, but sadly, that's all I enjoyed while reading this book. I searched for a few other things to like and the only thing I really came up with is that I enjoyed the letter, which really pushed the boundaries of the soap opera feel to the book. The Bad The biggest...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Odyssey Part 4 0

This series has come a long way, but its not there yet. With each issue, Neal Adams’ writing and drawing has improved, but his story telling has still been confusing and all that is true for this month’s issue. Obviously then, this is my favourite issue yet. His writing is leaps and bounds better than the first issue, but he could still use some lessons on how people talk now. His art has also improved greatly since issue 1 and I actually am quite fond of it now. The colours are pretty good, bu...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Brain Over. Confusion=Very Yes 0

The Good: The surprise dialogue on the cover, for one. Compared to the last cover especially, and even the first 2, and the next 2 on the solicits online, this cover seemed decidedly boring and weird. With the dialogue added? It becomes downright emotional. I could actually feel a weight on my heart I rarely get from solely a cover. Everything still looks absolutely stunning. Sure it's all sort of old-school looking, but it's a good kind of old. Especially when it gets all surreal as Batman lose...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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