Langstrom—cut off from his own family—has bonded with Jeremy Moxon, son of one of his victims. The father was a terrible man, but a good father…can Batman forgive himself in time to see the truth about his friend?
Please don't get me wrong, I liked this issue and loved this three part story as a whole. After the first two issues, my expectations were pretty high so maybe it was a case of the old breakup cliche, "It's not you, it's me." "You" being this issue, "Me" being a dumb comic lover who wants everything his way. It may have felt a bit rushed at times, but J.M. DeMatteis finishes his character study of a dark and broken "hero" and I can't wait to see how he fits in with the rest of the Justice League. Read Full Review
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