Batman: Gotham After Midnight #7

Writer: Steve Niles Artist: Kelley Jones Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 26, 2008 Critic Reviews: 1
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Batman has tracked the maniacal Midnight to a gruesome grotto deep beneath the streets of Gotham. But a creature lurks in the waters of this underground lair, and it has a taste for human blood! Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne gets closer to Detective April Clarkson. Could Bruce be falling for her?

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    Weekly Comic Book Review - Ben Berger Dec 3, 2008

    People who love unique, detailed artwork should definitely stick to reading this series. If you're just in it for the story, it might be a little tougher to keep following. Niles' depiction of Batman is spotty at best, with his writing showing the characters duality to an annoying degree. Too much genius one week, too much fighter the next, this is a balance he's yet to find throughout the series' run. It's not a good sign when a comic is most enjoyable without it's two main characters. Still, the artwork is amazing and in my opinion worth the price of the book. Read Full Review

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