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The stunning conclusion arrives! Batman and Robin, along with the help of Deadman, try to defend Gotham City against the onslaught of Black Lanterns. But how do you defeat an enemy whose only goal is to feed off the emotions of a city and eat the hearts of all that stand in their way? Prepare for the answer from writer Peter J. Tomasi (GREEN LANTERN CORPS, THE MIGHTY) and up-and-comer Ardian Syaf!

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Never-ending supply of firepower 0

This miniseries tie-in never really took on an identity of its own its its three issues, with a strong first issue and a weaker second, but at least her in the third it gets a chance to at least plant its feet on something before wrapping up.  The focus here switches from Dick and Damian to Dick and Tim as the hardest parts of their histories unfold before them so that they become better targets for the Black Lanterns.  And if not for the interference of Boston Brand they would have been success...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Blackest Night Batman 3/3: Family Values 0

We get it. Black Lantern zombies can't be killed by conventional means. Any long gone Bat villain makes a cameo till we get to the "heart" of the story, re-uniting Dick and Tim with their deceased relatives. What's the point of this arc?      This was an arc that establishes Dick can be just as crafty and resourceful as Bruce was. He designs every thing from the escape plan to a means of surviving the Black Lanterns utilizing one of Batman's guest characters. What really proves that Dick is a ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

I Got Burned 0

This in the final issue of the Blackest Night: Batman mini and I've got to say I'm a little disappointed. The first two issues were amazing and I suppose the last one wasn't bad either but I thought we would better getting more of a resolution than we got. I didn't expect Tim and Dick to figure out how to kill Black Lanterns but still I wanted more.  That aside though, this comic book is CREEPY. It does a great job of showing how damaged Dick and Tim are. There is some seriously messed up stuff ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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