Batman: The Adventures Continue #6

Writer: Alan Burnett, Paul Dini Artist: Ty Templeton Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 17, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
6.8Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

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Deathstroke enacts his final plan to kill the Dark Knight, luring him away from the rest of the Bat-Family. Can Batgirl and Robin deduce Deathstroke plans, or will Gotham have a new, more brutal, protector?!

  • 7.8
    Sequential Planet - Alexander Cole Dec 4, 2020

    This continues to be a well-written re-telling of Jason Todd's origin. It's respectful to the original stories where he reappeared as the Red Hood but manages to stand on it's own at the same time. The writing of the characters, Alfred, Tim Drake, Dr Thompkins, Batman and Jason is all spot-on. The art has some imperfections but it's still great for the most part and the lettering is solid. Not as accessible as previous issues have been but still worth a read. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    AIPT - Ryan Sonneville Jun 21, 2020

    This book embraces nostalgia while promising new ground for the animated Batman to confront. While there may not be much to chew on here when it comes to delving deeper into the Batman lore, it is a pleasurable, colorful romp that any age can enjoy. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jun 25, 2020

    The issue is punctuated with the battle between Batman and Deathstroke, but with the later finally out of the way the more interesting story can begin. Just what does Jason Todd have in store for the Bat-Family? And in what guise does he plan to reintroduce himself when he finally steps out of the shadows. His current look seems to suggest Hush but that doesn't mean once he's ready to take a more active role that we won't see the Red Hood or some other variation before the arc comes to an end. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Jun 21, 2020

    Batman: The Adventures Continue #6 is a disappointing conclusion to the "Mentors" story arc. This story failed to make Deathstroke's debut in the DC Animated Universe a compelling read. At no point did the character come across as a major threat to the Batman Family. The lack of intriguing development for Deathstroke as an antagonist ended up affecting the impact this "Mentors" arc had as a whole. Read Full Review

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