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Welcome to Gothtopia! Die happy! The Scarecrow makes the ultimate bid for control of Gotham City’s citizens — so why is everybody so happy about it? Nothing is as it seems as the strange gets stranger in “Gothtopia,” part 2 of 3.

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RegRegular CoverJason Fabok1
ComboCombo CoverJason Fabok2
Var1:25 Variant CoverKlaus Janson3
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Detective Comics #28 Review and Thoughts 0

This is the second part of the “Gothtopia” arc.Detective Comics #28 is written by John Layman and drawn by Aaron Lopresti. And it is great!We find Batman incarcerated in Arkham Asylum. His doctors, Mr Freeze, Merry Maker, Harley Quinn and Professor Pyg under the guidance of Scarecrow are trying to find a way to cure him of his delusions.Wait. What?I don't want to spoil anything about it. Layman brings back the “Detective” in Detective Comics and turns the tables by makin...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

One Of The Most Awesome Batman Stories To Date 0

This review originally went up on my blog here.John Layman’s run on Detective Comics is coming to a close very soon. The few of his issues that I’ve read, particularly the fourth volume of the new series, have been really good, and he has certainly impressed me with each issue. In fact, I’ll go one step further and say that he is one of my favourite writers at the moment. This weekend, I got to meet him in person at Comic Con India and it was great! Given some of my other plans...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Detective Comics #28 –“When Reality Wears Thin.” 0

Intro Since the time I’ve been reading Detective Comics it’s been a good Batman series that has a different feel than the others. It has the cool detective espionage feel to it that really works in a comic book world. John Layman has done a really good job with it. He really makes Batman detective skills feel real and work in a comic book world. He even does a great job on exploring the characterization with a number of villains like Man-Bat, Wraith, and the Emperor. He really shows ...

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