Batman: Gotham Nights #20

Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Priscilla Petraites Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 4, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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A case of mistaken identity sends Gotham’s villains on a hunt for the wrong Batman! Can the real Dark Knight protect this innocent bystander—and his own secret identity?

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    DC Comics News - Seth Singleton Nov 3, 2020

    Writer Marc Guggenheim does an amazing job of creating tension. It starts on the first page and like a snowball down a hill builds into a terrifying boulder demolishing everything in its path. From the use of Catwoman to the suggestion of Tim Drake's assistance to the lovely reminder of the role that Alfred provided as the anchor, this story is an homage to all the wonderful elements that fans love about Batman. It even ends with the famous line, "I'm Batman." Read Full Review

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 5, 2020

    Batman: Gotham Nights plays in a familiar story that we've seen several times over the years in both comics and animation that always makes me smile. That there are such obvious things at play that gives away his identity always makes me laugh and Guggenheim almost subverts that in a pretty solid way by showing the Riddler essentially overthinking things. The story works well and we see it play out in a pretty engaging way with great artwork from Petraites and Miranda. It works a good cast, some creative moments, and a kind of wink and grin with Catwoman that just delights. Read Full Review

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