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FLASH FACT: The Joker is revealed, and Thomas Wayne will have to figure out whether he can pull the trigger on his lifelong nemesis
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The Perfect Execution 0

You can't go wrong with Azzarello and Risso writing a Batman without rules. This is the best Flashpoint tie-in and best tie-in I ever read.  Sometimes you just need a really gritty and dark Batman story and this title delivers.  Issues 1 and 2 were dark, tense, and violent takes on a world without hope.  Issue 3 doesn't miss a beat but Azzarello finishes strong packing a hell of an emotional punch to the series.  The final issue captures the rich noir flavor that Azzarello is known for.  We get ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

If You Read Any Tie-In, It Should Be This One 0

With this final issue, Batman: Knight of Vengeance stands as the Flashpoint tie-in most worth reading. Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso tell a story that could have stood on its own as a very interesting Elseworlds tale but is made even better by its connection to Flashpoint. This, honestly, should have been the template for every tie-in.  This tells the story of Bruce Wayne's death as a child in that infamous alley and the deterioration of both his parents as a result. At first glance, Thomas ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Dark and violent yet tender and complex... 0

If there's one Flashpoint issue that provided a stunning, jaw-dropping moment, it would have to be "Batman Knight of Vengeance" #2. Writer Brian Azzarello took the classic Batman and Joker dynamic and twisted it to be even darker and more disturbing than usual. I won't spoil it for you in case you haven't read it, but issue #3 brings it all to a chilling, brutal, and violent conclusion, but not an ending without complexity and heart .  Azzarello's story is hands down the best of the Flashpoint ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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