Batman Beyond 2.0 continues to be so good. Higgins and Silas' love of the source material comes through loud and clear. This issue may lack Batman but it makes up for it with a strong supporting cast, a return of a favorite villain and a huge and exciting reveal. This is a great issue and easy to recommend. Read Full Review
Rewire claimed to have killed Batman last issue. Obviously that's not the case but Kyle Higgins makes sure Terry is out of the picture. As the police make their move against Rewire, we see a nice old fashion battle that feels like a step up from the traditional futuristic Beyond fighting. There's a lot more explosions and Thony Silas' art and pacing really moves it along at a great speed. We may have a lack of Batman action in this chapter but we do get some answers, specifically about Rewire. This is definitely not one to miss. Higgins continues to keep us captivated and leaves us hanging until the next chapter. Read Full Review
Despite my complaints, Batman Beyond 2.0 #6 is another solid outing for Kyle Higgins and Thony Silas. Higgins in particular continues to grow as a writer, and is proving that DC's talent pool is stronger than headlines would make it seem. With chapter 6 of this story, the pieces have finally come together that should make the final two chapters of this opening arc outstanding. Read Full Review
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