Dale Eaglesham deserves full credit for the sheer impact of the scene where we see what remains of the Captain Chaos crew, as a careful study of these panels acts as a truly unsettling display of violence, and it acts as powerful evidence that this arc's primary villain is seriously disturbed. The art also manages to nicely capture the sheer delight that Finch draws from his use of the device, as his look of greedy anticipation as he moves toward the device is a great visual, as is the opening shot of the costumed persona that he adopts. The art also does some solid work on the big fight sequence, as Wayne's use of a fork in his attack upon the villain was a wince inducing moment. The art also manages to deliver a powerful final page visual, as there's little doubt that Matt Allen is going into this fight royally ticked off. Also while the cover isn't exactly reflective of their encounter inside the book, I have to say I loved the cover image, and the dialogue balloon made me smile. Read Full Review
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