psynetrix's Detective Comics #935 - Rise of the Batmen Part 2: Apocalypse Now review

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The second chapter of "Rise of the Batmen" is one of those stories that require a double pass for maximum enjoyment. While the first chapter of this arc was all about introducing the main players and how they come together, "Apocalypse now" is about establishing relationships between the characters, and throwing those early signs of inevitable conflict and inner turmoil.

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