For a series that relies just as much on the art as the writing, Batman 66 #6 is a welcome return to form with Jonathan Case on art duties. In a done-in-one story, Parker and Case test the creative limitations of digital-first comics in an entertaining manner while laying seeds for what may become a bigger, overreaching story arc. Batman 66 continues to be a great read. Read Full Review
The issue's back-up story has a ridiculous moment of Batman taking control of trained killer bears with sign language and then riding them to victory (seriously, WTF), but is also stuck with a D-list villain in Olga, Queen of Cossacks. While I think there are possibly good stories to do with both the Bookworm and even Olga, the margin for error is very small. Hit-and-Miss. Read Full Review
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