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Continuing the spirit of celebration from BATMAN #700, comics legend Dennis O'Neil's returns to the Batcave in this stand-alone, 40-page issue! O'Neil spins a tale of the Dick Grayson Batman intertwined with those classic days when Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder, patrolled the mean streets of Gotham City!  
And come back next month for the return of The Question and Batwoman!
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Welcome back Denny 0

This comic is  treat to old Batman fans.  Dennis (Denny) O'Neil is a long time DC linchpin.  Denny was THEE Batman writer when I can remember first reading Batman, to this day Batman: Venom may just be the best Batman story that is out of print.  Denny is not just a gifted writer, he was a major editor who help keep the quality of Batman consistent for so long.  WELCOME BACK DENNY!  PLEASE DON'T BE A STRANGER.  This comics was a great read.  Denny was know for his ability to portray Bruc...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

People Of Gotham Always Make The Best Tale 0

Summary:   Recently released framed convict, Loomis, lies on his death bed as Dick revisits his past to make things right.  The Good:   To me, a good Gotham story takes place from the voice of the people. The story is narrated around 3 people (Dick, Mr. Loomis, and the Joker) to see how one day can effect 25 years for other people. That's when you know a story is good. But to revisit the past the reader doesn't want to see the same art. Dustin Nguyen is one of my favorite artist who can become o...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A medallion brings back the Boy Wonder 0

This little story, involving an extensive flashback scene, is called "The Medallion". It's written by the Batman veteran Denny O'Neil   and drawn by Dustin Nguyen amd Derek Fridolfs. Well, Denny O'Neil is my favourite Batman writer, so it is a bit hard for me to not almost instantly consider everything he does a masterpiece.  But even so, the writing is good. A classic Bruce Batman writer, he easily switches to Dick Batman. Actually there's not much to be said about the writing, it's just solid....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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