Maybe it's knowing that Arkham Manor is going to be essentially a mini-series instead of an ongoing, but I enjoyed this issue more than the first two. Gerry Duggan is exploring a good mystery inside Arkham, and it's interesting to see him introduce a new villain, and use Mr. Zsazs as a swerve. Shawn Crystal's art is really good, fitting the grittier tone of this book. And while he does still struggle differentiating faces, the overall work is still impressive. The problems with this issue are the same ones I've had with the series so far - it doesn't feel like anything more than a Batman arc, instead of a separate story. But I guess since this is only getting six issues, it is essentially an arc. Overall, it's still a decent book, and the mystery is shaping up nicely. I recommend for Batman fans, but if you're not, maybe this one can be skipped, since it's not doing much that's experimental.