This issue is pretty much one extended fight between Manhunter & Batman, and right from the start the book does a wonderful job of conveying the idea that Manhunter is in tough in this contest. Now the general rule of thumb is that the winner of a battle tends to be the star of the book, but Kurt Busiek does a wonderful job keeping us on our toes, as not once during the fight did I ever get the sense that Batman was going to lose this contest. In fact, if nothing else this issue acts as a very impressive display of Batman's fighting prowess, as Manhunter has to struggle to accomplish his various hurdles while Batman looks to be in full control of the situation. This in turn makes the encounter more entertaining, especially after we learn Manhunter's in town to accomplish a fairly heroic mission. This is about as good a fight as one would hope going into an issue advertised Manhunter versus Batman, and I suspect fans of both characters should walk away quite happy. Read Full Review
I hate the DC universe. Power Company, like Young Justice, seemed to be a bright spot. With its demise, so vanishes the hope for better-written comic books from a comic book company that has yet to comprehend what they have lost. Read Full Review
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