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Collecting the acclaimed DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 series!

Features BATMAN’S battles with THE SCARECROW and BANE, plus the mystery of THE WHITE RABBIT!



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Here goes what some would refer to as a "pretty mess". 0

Batman makes his way to Arkham Asylum and learns a riot has taken place with inmates seriously wounding and murdering their way to freedom. Batman learns that some of them are wired on a new drug making them tougher than usual. He attempts to learn the origin of this drug and stop whomever is behind it. - summaryIf you read Scott Snyder's Batman Vol. 1: Court of Owls or Peter Tomasi's Batman and Robin Vol. 1: Born to Kill, and you were either greatly entertained or just blown out of your damn pa...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

By "New" we mean "Here are things we've done already!" 0

This really should be 2.5 stars, but I've rounded up just because it was better (sort of) than most of those not-that-great Justice League collections. The artwork is both impressive and nauseous together: the impressive parts remind us of Neal Adams's way of revitalizing series with real movement, fine detail, and believable action. The nauseous parts are the over-abundance of blood and gore. That truly is not that impressive. The depiction of the female characters is also insulting to every hu...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Knight Terror...ble (I know that's not how you spell "terrible" but it's the most creative thing I can think of) 0

**Spoiler Alert**And so it begins. The first nine issues of the New 52's Batman: The Dark Knight. The main story focuses on Batman trying to cease the production of a new Fear Toxin-like compound that causes a whole host of Batman's villains to lose all trepidation. Fortunately for them, it gives you super-strength. Unfortunately for them, bleeding out of your eyeballs is one of the possible side effects. In the end, we discover that Bane is behind this and, after Batman defeats his foe (with so...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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