It's great having new adventures of Batman Beyond twice a month. Kyle Higgins continues to flesh out this world and is taking the characters further by having Terry move out of Bruce's shadow. You can feel the tension in the air and there's still a lot we need to discover as the story moves forward. Thony Silas' art and Andrew Elder's colors gives each chapter a vibrant feel that makes you almost forget that this was originally an animated series. The twice-a-month format also lets the series focus on the story while also delivering great action scenes. This is an example why I love the digital first format. You don't have to wait as long for the printed version and can access it without having to leave the comfort of your home. With one more chapter left in this first arc, the next issue is bound to be crazy. Read Full Review
If I haven't convinced you to read this series, I apologize. But if you do decide to give it a shot, you will not be disappointed. I've been reading comics for a long time and this is as good as it gets, folks. The end of this arc is right around the corner and I couldn't be more excited for it. I will hate to see it end, but I know it's going to be great. Read Full Review
Batman Beyond 2.0 continues to be one of the strongest offerings by DC Comics. The latest issue proves that it can provide rich material aside from cool, sci-fi visuals. And between the mystery of the fallouts in Terrys personal life and the showdown with Rewire, Batman Beyond 2.0 will continue to be a strong title with Higgins at the helm. Read Full Review
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