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SnakeWilson rated Doomsday Clock #10 May 29, 2019
9.0

Doomsday Clock #10

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: May 29, 2019

This stunning issue of the critically acclaimed hit maxiseries reveals the secrets behind Dr. Manhattan and his connection to the DC Universe.

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Nihilist reviewed Doomsday Clock #10 May 29, 2019
9.0

There's a lot to comprehend here, and as much as I loved this comic, I feel like I should start with an honest warning - it's dense and in order to fully understand it, you should know a thing or two about DC Comics. Not that a comic newbie wouldn't be able to read and enjoy it, but it really helps if you've read Watchmen (if not, what are you doing with your life?!), heard of JSA before, or are f more

Doomsday Clock #10

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: May 29, 2019

This stunning issue of the critically acclaimed hit maxiseries reveals the secrets behind Dr. Manhattan and his connection to the DC Universe.

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RBL reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 29, 2019
1.0

To the people who said “wait for the final issue, you can’t judge an incomplete title”. We did and to no one’s surprise it did nothing to change how it’s perceived. This title is garbage, plain and simple. The worst “crisis” since Identity and wholly underserving of that moniker.

The real crisis was King’s writing. There is nothing this issue did to resolve the various more

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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Hi! I'm TP reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 29, 2019
1.0

"Wait for the final issue" "You just don't get the story" "You are too stupid to understand it"
"Everyone loves HiC and those who don't are clickbaiters"
Well. Here we are. HiC is a collection of tropes coupled with some really nice (yet problematic) art. You can see that the artists, especially Mann - despite finding his portrayal of women problematic - loved working with this and put t more

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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Æther - Jun 1, 2019

@Hi! I'm TP your PS at the end of the review still stands. It does not sound like you are saying "maybe" therapy will work for you. In essence you confuse me, since you contradict yourself. You're also putting words in my mouth when you say I said Therapy is useless, again this is not a black and white issue. To be honest I think Therapy works for the majority, putting me on the side of Therapy. Just because it didnt work for me doesnt mean it wont help you.

Æther - Jun 1, 2019

I would never tell someone not to go to Therapy. However I sure as hell won't tell em all thier problems would be solved either. Infact it was that sort of attitude that made Wally feel so isolated, cause it wasnt helping him... at the end of the day, the only person that can fix you... is you.

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Talon1load reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 29, 2019
1.0

Absolutely the worst event I’ve read. King knows jack shit about any of the characters and has zero business writing them. Wally killed and mutilated his friends because he was sad. Tried to kill himself after delaying the investigation for 5 days for reasons. Not any that make sense, just reasons. King has no grasp on how time trace works in any other comic book and tries to explain it in the m more

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

SnakeWilson reviewed Heroes In Crisis #9 May 29, 2019
1.0

the last issue is the wosrt issue
heh
the number of fillers, the 9 panels pages, is insane and unnecessary, not to mention that everything on these pages is either silly or simply wrong or meaningless

Heroes In Crisis #9

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: May 29, 2019

The most-talked-about miniseries of the year reaches its stunning finale! The mystery behind the murders at Sanctuary is solved, but the mind behind it is one the heroes never expected. With their deepest secrets exposed, the Trinity has to consider how to carry on. Should the tragedy cause them to redouble their efforts to help their hurting comra...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #70 May 1, 2019
4.0

Man, was that... underwhelming.

The purpose of a villain in a superhero story is to challenge the hero, make them embrace their best self, grow and learn. None of that can happen when a random sleection of baddies is being taken down one by one by a hero so overpowered he puts Arya Stark to shame.
I'm aware it's just a set-up for something bigger, and Batman is going specifically a more

Batman #70

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: May 1, 2019

n chapter one of "The Fall and the Fallen," Batman escapes his Knightmares only to wind up in a whole other bad dream. He's locked in Arkham Asylum with his worst enemies, and the only way to get out is to fight them all. It's a gladiatorial game of madness and mayhem, all for the amusement of Bane!

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Darkseid24 - May 4, 2019

Haha I would be totally fine with Bane killing Thomas, since I hate that guy. I rather hope we don’t get some dramatic reunion between son& father. Overall it makes no sense to me, that Thomas is even there. There is zero explanation.

myconius - May 14, 2019

exactly! we've been wondering how Thomas is there or why he'd be helping Bane against his own son. King probably just threw that in there as a mystery box, and now has no idea what to do with it. the whole scenario is just dumb beyond dumb.

SnakeWilson reviewed Deathstroke #43 May 1, 2019
7.0

good issue, but the end kills it for me
Kid Flash and Damian are the only teen titans related to DS, one of the two should kill slade so this way the act of killing would have some impact
or maybe even better, his son, Jericho or Rose
emiko doing it its just a dumb plot twist

plus, hahahaha, the guy survived a bullet in the head, a arrow would not kill him
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Deathstroke #43

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: May 1, 2019

"The Terminus Agenda" finale! It's code red for the Teen Titans as their plan to capture and imprison Deathstroke has backfired in the worst possible way. Mercy Hall is on lockdown, and all the super-villains have escaped their cells! As the villains team up to take down their captors, Deathstroke makes one final attempt at "fixing" Damian-will Dam...

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Batmanchuria reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

Now, while there is one issue left for King to fix this mess of a story up, it doesn't change the fact that this event was a tremendous failure, from start to finish. The peak of this mess (unless King REALLY outdoes himself with issue #9) comes from this issue's complete bastardization of Wally West. I really don't know what to say in regards to this character arc, aside from it being completely more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Linkush reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
4.0

So... Wally snaps and kills everyone, then decides to cover up what he did by making it seem like Harley/Booster did it, just so he could then come back and kill himself??
I mean, this is pretty fucking stupid. I'm so disappointed in this series, like really disappointed.

The art was great as usual for Gerads but King just missed the mark with this event.

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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myconius - Apr 26, 2019

the new52 was Barry's fault IN the story. but i put the blame on the one who WROTE said story. (cough) Geoff Johns (cough cough)

Darkseid24 - Apr 26, 2019

I blame both& DC really seemed to have changed their plans about Doomsday Clock. King is saying in an interview, that Barry is responsible for New52, but it was supposed to be Dr. Manhatten.

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Talon1load reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

The art was fine but this story was so bad that even that couldn’t save it for me. Tom King seems to have never read anything with Wally West in it before because he knows nothing of this character and how he thinks. He also seems to not understand how computers work. He takes Rebirths symbol for hope and makes him an “accidental “ mass murderer by losing control of the speed force? Pretty more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Andrea D’Alò - Apr 27, 2019

The fan boys are the real cancer of this industry.

Talon1load - Apr 27, 2019

Good to know.

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Hi! I'm TP reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

Perhaps this story works for the team behind it. Perhaps this is a meaningful psychotherapy for the writer and artists. I can respect that and I understand it. I give this series a low score because it doesn't work for me and it has affected negatively some of my friends. Yes, it's "just comics" but as comics can affect you in a positive way, so they can in a negative way. There's not a lot to say more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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gusresm - Apr 24, 2019

Nice review

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RBL reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

It’s confirmed the real “crisis” of Heroes in Crisis is Tom King’s writing.

I expected a poor resolution to this story as by issue #5 barely any progress was noted in the story. I was unprepared to how absolutely abysmal this book and entire event would come to be.
This is absolute crap, irredeemable garbage through and through. I do not recommend anyone read much less buy more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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RBL - Apr 24, 2019

Except if this was expressly a place where HEROES could recover and face their issues. Putting villains there would be counterproductive to the very purpose this place was built to fulfill. I understand they would want to help these people rehabilitate, but this is not the way to do this because rather than assist their rehabilitation they can hinder others. The whole angle of confidentiality might make it the least bit viable but not enough to have it make sense or warrant it.

RBL - Apr 24, 2019

*Except this was expressly a place where HEROES could recover and face their issues.

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Nihilist reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
3.5

Heroes in Crisis continues to be long and painful read, bastardizing everything its characters stand for, all in the name of barely coherent, incompetent deconstructionism.

King tries, and fails time and time again, to do what giants like Alan Moore (Watchmen, Miracle Man) did before him, taking the concept of a good superhero fighting bad super villains, and twisting it around, giving more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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Dispatchdcu reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
4.0

This is issue as well as the series was so disappointing. What readers will find is an issue that explains the entire story. Sounds great right? Wrong! A comic that felt like a mystery with clues sprinkled in along the way turned into a writer withholding information for 7 issues, giving absolutely no clues, so he can drag readers along to make them THINK it’s a mystery when in all actuality K more

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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MKW69 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

Character Assasination 101.

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

SnakeWilson reviewed Heroes In Crisis #8 Apr 24, 2019
1.0

no surprises, only bad explanations
btw, king doesn't know anything about wally, right?

Heroes In Crisis #8

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Apr 24, 2019

You've seen all the clues. You've heard the testimony and eavesdropped on the secret confessions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes. Now, with the killer revealed, it's time to find out why. What could have driven a hero to the brink, to turn a savior into a murderer? Rifts will form between old allies, and the trinity of Wonder Woman, Superman a...

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Naomi #4 Apr 22, 2019
4.0

Not as annoying as the last issue, but still, I'm genuinely uninterested in this mystery. You've decompressed the interest right out of me, Bendy.

Naomi #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jamal Campbell
Released: Apr 17, 2019

The newest sensation in the DC Universe discovers the secret behind her birth, her adoption and her connection to the great Multiverse. Hop on board a look at the DC Multiverse you never knew existed and the new mysteries and threats it brings to our world. From the creators behind Jessica Jones and Bitter Root comes a brand-new look at the world o...

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YourGreenMuse - Apr 24, 2019

It's his pet name.

myconius - Apr 24, 2019

i've never heard that before. it's actually hilarious! :D

SnakeWilson rated Teen Titans #29 Apr 19, 2019
8.0

Teen Titans #29

By: Adam Glass, Bernard Chang
Released: Apr 17, 2019

"The Terminus Agenda" part three! After their last mission nearly ended in disaster, the Teen Titans are coming apart at the seams. As Deathstroke's influence over Damian reaches new heights, the team must evaluate how far they are willing to go in their war on crime. And with the Teen Titans seemingly on the brink of destruction, a new threat reve...

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Talon1load reviewed Batman #69 Apr 17, 2019
4.0

This issue pisses me off even more than the rest of the filler nonsense. One, why does King keep having Bane fight naked? This was never a thing before. Suddenly this master tactician thinks it’s a good idea to fight with his dangly bits hanging out? Stupid. Second, why is Thomas here? There’s no explanation and it makes zero sense. Third, this damn dream sequence is just annoying. Holy hel more

Batman #69

By: Tom King, Yanick Paquette
Released: Apr 17, 2019

The Dark Knight is breaking through the bad dreams and coming out the other side. But is he ready for the culprit waiting through the veil of terror? And what lasting effects might this whole ordeal have on Bruce Wayne's psyche? With artist Yanick Paquette (WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE) jumping on board to tackle the art, "Knightmares" comes to a shocki...

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myconius - Apr 20, 2019

if you feel that way about his dialog then that's fine. but you don't have to try to convince the rest of us otherwise. might as well be shouting at the clouds at that point.

Darkseid24 - Apr 20, 2019

@Andrea His dialogue is one of the worst I’ve ever read. And no people don’t talk like that especially not some characters, they all sound like they are braindead. But yeah let’s agree to disagree here.

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #69 Apr 17, 2019
5.5

So, we're done with Knightmares. About damn time! What was the point of the entire arc, aside from being practically nothing but filler? I don't know, but comparing this week's issue with those preceeding it, I can confidently say it'd alone be enough. Yay, we got some predictable answers, and we got some, any, story progression. That's more than all previous issues combined.

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Batman #69

By: Tom King, Yanick Paquette
Released: Apr 17, 2019

The Dark Knight is breaking through the bad dreams and coming out the other side. But is he ready for the culprit waiting through the veil of terror? And what lasting effects might this whole ordeal have on Bruce Wayne's psyche? With artist Yanick Paquette (WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE) jumping on board to tackle the art, "Knightmares" comes to a shocki...

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Darkseid24 - Apr 17, 2019

@RBL I agree with you here.

Antonio - Apr 17, 2019

I think the big problem in King's run is the -meh- issues, I mean before and after 50 some stories could be shorter plus the repetitive topics, some guys may like it and others may hate it but these two elements are present in King's Batman.

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Dispatchdcu reviewed Batman #69 Apr 17, 2019
6.0

Question 1: Why does Batman like Sophie Tucker? Who listens to that? The song is creepy, and old, and does make you feel lonely.... sure... which Batman is BUT, who even knows that song and why is King tying that song into this dream? Again, how many people know they song? I can thank my grandma for that knowing that song but 1/10 readers will get that .... AND it doesn’t really add much to the more

Batman #69

By: Tom King, Yanick Paquette
Released: Apr 17, 2019

The Dark Knight is breaking through the bad dreams and coming out the other side. But is he ready for the culprit waiting through the veil of terror? And what lasting effects might this whole ordeal have on Bruce Wayne's psyche? With artist Yanick Paquette (WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE) jumping on board to tackle the art, "Knightmares" comes to a shocki...

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myconius - Apr 20, 2019

"where there are helpers, there is hope." -yes! that was really fantastic!

Dispatchdcu - Apr 20, 2019

Fred Rogers was the MAN

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SupesAmongSupes reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
4.5

What the hell is happening?!?!

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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KFuqua reviewed Batman #68 Apr 11, 2019
1.0

Just awful. Tom King continues to prove that he isn't capable of writing Batman (or any other major DC character). After buying Batman for over 40 years, I think I may have to say goodbye until they get King off this book.

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Dispatchdcu reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
3.5

I NEVER and I mean NEVER give a score this low. I hate giving a score this low because their is so much work that goes into making a book. That said, I think TK threw in the towel on this arc and issue. What did I just read? The art was good enough but appeared too cartoonish from what I’m used to seeing from this book so that even threw me out of the issue . That said, the art was the entire more

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Dispatchdcu - Apr 18, 2019

Thanks myconius appreciate it! And I agree he should be writing more Sherriff

myconius - Apr 18, 2019

you're most welcome!

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
6.0

I am very conflicted here. the reason is - I liked most of the comic. I did, really. And you know why? Because it was fun, contrary to regular King's Batman comics. As a refreshing filler issue, it would be good, if not great. Heck, this is exactly what we should have gotten instead of terrible Preludes to the Wedding leading to even worse #50. But it's too little too late for a bachelorette party more

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Nihilist - Apr 10, 2019

Yup. This, plus most likely King planning what will be the end goal of his run (Bat and Cat marrying) without actually planning what and how will properly lead to it.

Darkseid24 - Apr 11, 2019

Then I hope whoever is taking over makes a divorce story, where Selina gets half of Bruce’s money lol

SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
2.0

so, like... superman hates being superman? batman likes the need to be batman?
but, back in the beginning of this same run, it was stabilised that he is batman because he is suicidal, wasn't?
this was awful and out of place

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Andrea D’Alò - Apr 12, 2019

Man, being suicidal and love to do something that neeed to be done can be quite similar.

myconius - Apr 12, 2019

Darkseid24 - King making Batman a suicidal was what tipped me off early on that he had no idea how to write the character.

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
2.5

With a comedy issue like this you can’t call it nightmares anymore unless Batman‘s nightmare suddenly is Catwoman& Lois Lane acting both out of character. (Still hope it’s not Scarecrow‘s fear gas as it was stated issues ago, since I don’t want him to get dragged into this mess of a story.)
Since when are Lois& Selina besties? Apart from the one story of King I’ve never seen Seli more

Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Antonio - Apr 10, 2019

Yeah, you´re totally right. Unless there is a plan, I don´t think DC dares to kill Catwoman, although if I remember correctly in some issue of "I am Bane" Bane promised that, in fact he promised many things that technically would have to happen in the story of "City of Bane". Strictly speaking he should punish her too, but I don´t know if that happens or someone remembers it. After all, as we know, she played crooked in Santa Prisca and was responsible for giving him the coup de grace.

Darkseid24 - Apr 10, 2019

Would be nice, if it was addressed in City of Bane& something has to happen there. I’m looking forward to City of Bane, but I have my doubts, that King can explain it all& do the story justice.

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Quinn reviewed Batman #68 Apr 10, 2019
4.0

This is a weird issue. It's all a dream, but it plays like it's a memory of one night.

Basically, Lois and Selina go to the Fortress of Solitude to have a girl's night out/bachelorette party.

The art is fun and nice. The hi-jinks are meant to be fun, and I can't say they're terrible, but they are sort of a 1980s thing. The jokey vibe doesn't fit with King's dour Batman.
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Batman #68

By: Tom King, Amanda Conner
Released: Apr 10, 2019

Batman is making his way to the end of his Knightmares, but his unseen enemy has a few more tricks up his sleeve. It's time once again to stick a knife into the Caped Crusader's broken heart, letting the groom-that-could-have-been peer in on the bachelorette (or should that be "Catchelorette"?) party that never was. Artist Amanda Conner (Harley Qui...

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Darkseid24 - Apr 10, 2019

The one with Pyg was still the only one, which was ok for me. This one was a mess.

Dispatchdcu - Apr 10, 2019

Honestly I think Biff said it best, this story arc is about “as useful as a screen door on a battleship.”

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