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    The four-part epic "BATMAN: IMPOSTERS" begins with this thirty-page adventure! A call to arms has gone out through Gotham City, and normal, everyday citizens are being drafted into a bizarre battle. Will they side with vigilante justice or join the cause of chaos and anarchy? Only The Dark Knight can rein in the terror created by the villain known only as The Imposter. But what is The Imposter's true motivation for this gang war — and what's hiding behind his rictus grin? Be here to find out!



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    More Detective. More Action 0

    Now due to some issues at my local comic book shop i wasn't able to get the current storyline of detective comics till know. today i finally picked up all  the issues at once. i was really intrigued as i was told that this showed a more classic version of the dark knight. and that the word "detective" was in the name for good reason. i'd proud to report this is all true.   i really enjoyed batman and commissioner gordons banter as it felt like batman was really part of the police work and was d...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Laugh and the World Laughs With You 0

     First of all, while the premise of the story may seem ridicules, it’s actually well executed, thanks to David Hine, Scott McDaniel and Andy Owens. Hine's writing is superb and although he is not the best Batman writer by far, he's still good. As for the art from the McDaniel/ Owens team, some may not like it, by I for one really do like it. This may partially be because some of the first comics I ever got were in the late 1990s/ early 2000s, when McDaniel/ Owens were on the title, but regardles...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.


    "Imposters" part 1. This is written by David Hine and drawn by Scott McDaniel(ugh!). I'm sure you noticed my disgusted "Ugh" sound, so let me explain. The art in this comic completely sucked! I mean it was just awful! Every panel seemed rushed, and to me it seemed like McDaniel's didn't care how his art looked. Once again... Ugh! The story here was pretty decent, but it wasn't great enough to overpower the crappy artist. This issue of Detective Comics was actually the first issue of this series ...

    2 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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