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Ethan Van Sciver’s first storyline as regular artist continues as the gory details of The Mad Hatter’s past are revealed!

With The Mad Hatter kidnapping citizens all over Gotham City, not even Batman can figure what he’s after.

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The Dark Knight #17 0

Sweet ObsessionYeah, so...here we are again. The Dark Knight may be an awesome movie, but it's a horrible comic. I don't hate this series, but I'm really disappointed in it pretty much every week. Gregg Hurwitz (former writer of Vengeance of the Moon Knight and Penguin: Pride and Prejudice and current writer of The Dark Knight) has failed, as the cheerleaders say, to bring it, and David Finch (former artist for Top Cow's Ascension and The Dark Knight and current artist for Justice League of Amer...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Tea Dreams of Wonderland Days 0

Once again, Ethan Van Sciver just NAILS the cover. The previous cover had a strong horror tone to it mixed with Mad Hatter imagery, this one focuses a lot more on surreal 'Alice in Wonderland' imagery, balanced out in a very strange and unnerving atmosphere. Batman's taking up a bit too much space, but the concept is so excellent.This issue is a MUCH stronger one than the previous issue, probably due to the increased focus on Mad Hatter, his backstory, and his particular brand of insanity. It's ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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