As the story continues Nunzio DeFillipis and Christina Weir bring their Tut superficially closer to the television version. They derive Tut's secret identity as a homage. They catalyze Tut's birth with a crack to the noggin, but this Tut is smarter and more dangerous than Victor Buono's broad Egyptian clown could ever hope to be. Read Full Review
Prior to this new arc, I was ready to drop Batman Confidential completely from my monthly orders. It took two issues to convince me to read the series a while longer, and for those who need their Batman stories during a time when Bruce Wayne is nowhere to be found (unless you are a time traveler), Batman Confidential: Riddle of the Sphinx scratches that itch, serving up a story that is worth 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
Looking forward to conclusion of this story and I'm absolutely loving the "Batman: Confidential" title right now. I was happy to see that the team of Andrew Kreisberg and Scott McDaniel are returning to do a sequel to their Joker storyline. This one focuses on the cop whose wife killed herself thanks to the Joker. I'm looking forward to that as well. Great job DC! Keep it coming! Read Full Review
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