Batman/Deathblow #3

Writer: Brian Azarello Artist: Lee Bermejo Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 1, 2002

    The characters themselves are given the artistic care equal to the city maintenance. Deathblow while beefed up actually would fit in our world. While Batman is still the larger than life hero, the artists draw him in such a way where the costume would make sense in the real world. He is a leathery creation that almost appears to have stepped out from another age. In a way he is. The antagonists are drawn with a heavy emphasis on seediness, yet these features are not over the top or cartoony rather a physical manifestation of guilt that the human beings buried deep inside them feel. Read Full Review

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