DC Comics finally gave me a reason to care about DC2 finding a way to use the technology to help engage me into the story even more. Jeff Parker continues to show why he's the writer of the Batman '66series and managed to write a King Tut story that I am incredibly excited to see the next part of, even if this was an issue that's a month too late. Seriously DC...zombies before Thanksgiving? Scott Kowalchuk is on the creative team for the book this issue and I won't say his art sucks, since it is merely different from the work of Shoonover that Igrewaccustomed to during the last arc, but I also won't give his work infinite praise until he shows something that really wows me. Read Full Review
The balance between corporate product and original art strikes as the most impressive bit about Batman '66.The story, format, and visual gimmick suggests a corporate mandate to help foster a new generation of Bat fans through family-friendly stories expanded across the new media frontier. And yetthe comic remains a blast for Bat fans of all ages with a legitmately interesting comic application, lesseningthe gimmick descriptor. Recommended. Read Full Review
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