Batman Adventures #15

Writer: Jason Hall Artist: Kelsey Shannon Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 23, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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Mr. Freeze goes on the run after trying to kill a romantic rival, but does the crime truly have his cold-blooded touch? Plus, the Eskimo boy Koonak tells the story of how Freeze became the father he never had.

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 30, 2004

    Other problems occur within the story. Batgirl while looking cute does absolutely nothing. Yes, I too find the character of Batgirl to be sexy. However, her appeal is based more on the fact that she is an intelligent, dangerous crimefighter not because she wiggles and makes googly eyes. If the police investigated, why didn't they find the letters forged by D'anjou? Why did they not find the robot in his workshop since he cleverly hid it under a sheet on a table in plain view? Why doesn't Nora recognize the letter is forged? The letters do not even appear to have the same handwriting. Why is D'anjou being given blood through an IV when he hasn't even been wounded? The only way out of a Freeze ice-cube is the method first used by Batman in "Heart of Ice." No transfusions needed. If Batman "jammed Victor's robotic body" how can Victor move the body even if by remote control to save Nora? Why would Victor tell Nora to "run" when he knows that the safety of the snow and ice canno Read Full Review

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