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This second part of Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert's special collaboration is sure to be a BATMAN story for the ages. This extraordinary tale, told as only Gaiman and Kubert can, explores the intricate relationships between Bruce Wayne and his friends and adversaries and builds toward an exciting and unexpected climax.

It's a classic in the making!

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The Final Nail In Batman's Coffin? 0

      Is the is the end for Bruce Wayne/Batman?  I think we all know the answer to that.  I do have to say that if it is, this is a fitting end.  Gaiman and Kubert gave us a wonderful trip in these two issues.  And the last page was pretty freaky....

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

That was different. 0

I get it now, the point of this story is nostalgia. I can dig that, I love nostalgia. Problem is, it isn't aimed for me. It's for everyone who kept up with Bat's 70 year history. I caught the Adam West reference earlier, and the montage of some of the most famous stories was easy, but everything else went over my head.The woman turns out to be one of the most important characters in Batman's history (that's all I'll say), and Bats realizes he's having a near death experience and all of this is i...

0 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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