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Location: Denmark Joined: Oct 14, 2017 About Me: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO797hvoYC78qOLtjmk5gKA Birth: 6/27/02 Gender: Male Favorite Characters: Spider-Man and Batman

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #3 Oct 27, 2020
8.5

Finally it payed off. It was actually about something and was really exciting. I love Bruce's growth in this issue. Overall this is what I wanted the entire series to be. This issue was so good, just go and read it. There are twists and turns, great arcs and change.

The problems I have with the issue are:

1) We have once again another Black Label book that has no reason to be more

Batman: Three Jokers #3

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Oct 28, 2020

The final chapter of the most terrifying and personal Batman mystery is here!
Still reeling from their last encounter with the three Jokers, Batman, Batgirl, and Red Hood discover the terrible truth about the Three Jokers’ plot. Will the caped crusaders have the strength needed to put an end to the maniacal menaces’ master plan once and ...

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TheHyruleElf - Oct 27, 2020

For #2, that might be intentional? We see Bruce break ever so slightly at the beginning of this issue, but for the most part he's subdued and stoic, because he knows what will happen if he makes any kind of mistake with Joker. He knows what kind of hell that will bring, and he refuses to let himself feel, which juxtaposes him with Jason and Babs, who seemingly emote throughout the entire series. Maybe that's just my interpretation though.

TheHyruleElf - Oct 27, 2020

*He breaks when he snaps at Jason, and there's the scene where he get emotional for a second standing at Joe Chill's cell.

AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #100 Oct 6, 2020
8.5

Really great. Honestly this issue pulled of the entire arc. I am very happy with the conclusion, it's a bit hacky and corny sometimes but it still keeps the serious tone.

Batman #100

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 7, 2020

“The Joker War” comes to a city-shattering conclusion as Batman battles The Joker in a brutal, no-holds-barred duel! This is a fight 80 years in the making, and its outcome won’t just change Batman’s life-it will change Gotham City for years to come! Plus, catch the first glimpse of the new villain known as Ghost-Maker! And after the senses...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #2 Sep 29, 2020
7.5

Still very solid, but same problems as the first issue. I will say this one was significantly more engaging, but Batman isn't in the issue nearly enough. He has very little dialogue and or stuff to do. I hope the third issue will bring it all home where Bruce is in the spotlight.

Batman: Three Jokers #2

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Sep 30, 2020

As Batman and Batgirl follow an unexpected thread linking the three Jokers with someone from the Dark Knight’s past, Red Hood dives headfirst into trouble and finds himself struggling to stay afloat without the aid of his allies.
Batman: Three Jokers continues its trajectory as the ultimate examination of The Joker and his never-ending con...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 25, 2020
7.0

Another Black Label book that's just a harder PG-13. The book is good, but it's not good enough to justify the four year build up. The book isn't really about Bruce. Batman has nothing to do in this story even tho his name is on the book. He reacts to everything, an arc has sort of been set up. You may argue that the Killing Joke had no arc for Bruce, it actually did but even if it didn't that boo more

Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

7.5

Doesn't utilize the R-Rating whatsoever. It's a story we've seen a thousand times before. "Oh Batman is just his imagination, wooooahh". However it's a very competent story even tho the concept is a bit tired. I am however super excited to see what comes next. Jeff Lemire takes the tired concept and makes it his own. The art is great, overall it's a good read.

Joker: Killer Smile: The Smile Killer #1

By: Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino
Released: Jun 24, 2020

It wouldn't be a Joker story without a surprise...and right on cue, here's an unexpected one-shot epilogue to Joker: Killer Smile! Young Bruce Wayne grew up watching The Mr. Smiles Show - and the show might have been watching him back! And not only was young Bruce watching, he was listening... listening as Mr. Smiles spoke across the airwaves only ...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #94 Jul 8, 2020
9.0

My opinion might change when the entire story is out but I don't get why people are hating on this. This book was brilliant. The scene with Bruce and Selina on the phone was so emotional. The ending seemed rushed, I would've liked to se it later on in the run. But overall this is gearing up to be one epic arc, I would've liked them to have some more small scale stories after King's run and then ge more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Liem Duong - Jul 8, 2020

The Bat-Cat thing was super cheesy, not gonna lie. It reminded me of King's dialogue between them. For god sake just use each other's names.

AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #86 Jan 8, 2020
8.0

Pretty good. Nothing special however. I think starting with something more focused on Bruce's grieving would have been nice... Buuut, this issue was solid

Batman #86

By: James Tynion IV, Tony Daniel
Released: Jan 8, 2020

It's a new day in Gotham City, but not the same old Batman. With Bane vanquished and one of his longtime allies gone, Batman has to start picking up the pieces and stepping up his game. Batman has a new plan for Gotham City, but he's not the only one. Deathstroke has returned as well, under a mysterious new contract that could change everything.

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4.0

I read the first issue: Boring af

This issue I haven't read yet, I saw the Joker's design. I am not gonna read this. He looks like some high school bully in clown make up, like what the fuck? He looks great on the cover.

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2

By: Kami Garcia, Mico Suayan
Released: Jan 1, 2020

DC BLACK LABEL - PRESTIGE PLUS FORMAT - APPROX. 8.5" x 10.875"
Jim Gordon and the GCPD have turned to profiler Harley Quinn for assistance. She's intrigued by the level of care and detail this new, depraved serial killer is putting into his crime scenes; there must be clues to his pathology in his artful staging. His level of meticulous prepara...

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10

Holy hell, what an issue. The reveal of who Omega is... its amazing. When i first read it, I was like "What the hell?" but in context it makes perfect sense. Go read this monster, its incredible. It uses the Black Label line to tell one of the darkest but oddly enough hopeful comics, I have ever read. Minimal cursing, tho I would have liked a few F-Bombs, it still deserves it's R-Rating for the sh more

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Dec 18, 2019

Gotham City has been remade. Omega reigns supreme. Can Batman finally accomplish what no other hero has and free the world from his dark reflection's shadow? Or is it too late for the recreated Caped Crusader?

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AsgersWeb reviewed Harleen #1 Sep 25, 2019
9.0

Amazing stuff. The story was amazing. The art was amazing, for me the only issue is Batman's trunks look like fucking panties but other than that the art was amazing. Also a moment where they censor "fuck" like twice but they say "fuck" thru out the book like 20 times. That was a little odd. Also Batman's joke was fucking terrible. Again loved the book, go pick it up. All the stuff i didn't mentio more

Harleen #1

By: Stejpan Sejic
Released: Sep 25, 2019

"The road to hell is paved with good intentions. On that road I saw a pale man, and he smiled at me..." Dr. Harleen Quinzel has discovered a revolutionary cure for the madness of Gotham City-she just needs to prove it actually works. But with the criminal justice and mental health establishments united against her, the brilliant young psychologist ...

AsgersWeb reviewed Spider-Man: Life Story #5 Jul 17, 2019
8.0

Still really good but the weakest of the five

Spider-Man: Life Story #5

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mark Bagley
Released: Jul 17, 2019

THE REAL-TIME LIFE STORY OF SPIDER-MAN CONTINUES! The superhero CIVIL WAR rocks the world! A hero's death changes everything for both PETER PARKER and his family as LIFE STORY continues into the 2000s!
Rated T+

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AsgersWeb reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #25 Jul 10, 2019
8.0

Good issue. Nothing mind blowing but MJ is a great character and its nice to see her again. The Lizard story was great as well. The backups were pretty crappy tho. The JJJ one Spider-Man acted really out of character

Amazing Spider-Man #25

By: Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley
Released: Jul 10, 2019

Year two of Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley and Humberto Ramos' run on ASM begins here! In the giant-sized main story, Spider-Man and Mary Jane find themselves in an INCREDIBLY tough situation, thanks to Electro. Can Spidey save MJ? CAN MJ SAVE SPIDEY? What is Mysterio cooking, and what does it have to do with the bandaged villain who has been on the per...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #74 Jul 10, 2019
9.0

Finally a great issue. I feel like alot of the audience rating is from people who haven't read the damn book

Batman #74

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 10, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" concludes with a father-and-son showdown. Flashpoint Batman reveals his fiendish reasoning for dragging Batman into the desert, and who is in the coffin they've been dragging along with them. But is this a step too far? It's Bruce Wayne versus Thomas Wayne for the right to wear the cowl, and all of Gotham City hangs in the...

AsgersWeb reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Jul 1, 2019
9.0

great

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley
Released: Jun 26, 2019

All leading up to Nick Spencer's Landmark 25th issue!
•  One issue away from #25 and the chickens are coming home to roost.
•  Who is the mysterious bandaged figure who seems to be in every shadow and what does he want with Spider-Man?
•  This issue won't answer ALL your questions, but it wil...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman: Damned #3 Jun 26, 2019
6.0

NOTHING IS RESOLVED. This series either needed more focus or more issues, this book is completely bananas and not in a good way. Now we are getting a sequel??? cooool... but stuff like Thomas and Martha having an unhappy marriage and stuff should have been explored more. Also the stuff about enchantress being the one who "caused" their deaths. For me issue 2 was the best, then this and then issue more

Batman: Damned #3

By: Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo
Released: Jun 26, 2019

The stunning conclusion to the groundbreaking miniseries by the critically acclaimed team of writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo is here! Batman's most baffling case brings him face to face with his worst nightmare in this highly anticipated finale!

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #71 Jun 13, 2019
10

more bs

Batman #71

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: May 15, 2019

"The Fall and the Fallen" continues! Will it be father and son working together, or tearing each other apart? When it comes to the Waynes, expect a little of both. In the quest to get Bruce Wayne to hang up the cape and cowl, Thomas Wayne is going to have to use a little tough love. Only, not all the muscle behind it will be his own.

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AsgersWeb reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #22 Jun 13, 2019
8.5

pretty damn great

Amazing Spider-Man #22

By: Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley
Released: May 29, 2019

HUNTED AFTERMATH!
•  The fallout from "HUNTED" continues to loom, and much of Peter's life is called into question.
•  What is left of Spider-Man after living through the harrowing hunt?!
Rated T

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10

Spider-Man: Life Story #3

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mark Bagley
Released: May 15, 2019

THE REAL-TIME LIFE STORY OF SPIDER-MAN CONTINUES!
It's the 1980s and Peter's life gets upended with wars both global and secret. And death stalks him at every turn. With a family and a world to protect, can he save everyone before it's too late?
Rated T+

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AsgersWeb reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #6 Jun 13, 2019
9.5

Best issue of the series so far. The art is spectacular

The Batman Who Laughs #6

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jun 12, 2019

True happiness begins in the heart. Our memories and emotions can play tricks on us, though, and divert one's reality into something completely different. The Batman Who Laughs has based his entire worldview on this very concept, and it is in this moment that he must finally confront the one man who stands in his way, the one man who could complete...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Spider-Man: Life Story #4 Jun 13, 2019
10

Jesus christ I love this book so much. I mean just its so fucking good. Keeps you guessing. I dont wanna spoil it BUY IT and READ IT. Every issue gets better and better. The first issue was great the 2nd and 3rd are both 10/10. Oh and so is this one

Spider-Man: Life Story #4

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mark Bagley
Released: Jun 12, 2019

THE REAL-TIME LIFE STORY OF SPIDER-MAN CONTINUES!
Spider-Man's life enters the 1990s! The COLD WAR is no longer cold as PETER PARKER returns to a world gone MAD! But will he let that madness infect HIM and his family?
Rated T+

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AsgersWeb added Daredevil (2019) to their pull list Mar 21, 2019

Daredevil (2019)

CLASSIFIED
Rated T+

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AsgersWeb added Spider-Man: Life Story to their pull list Mar 21, 2019

Spider-Man: Life Story

In 1962, in AMAZING FANTASY #15, 15-year-old Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider and became the Amazing Spider-Man! Fifty-seven years have passed in the real world since that event - so what would have happened if the same amount of time passed for Peter as well?
A special high-end limited series that's a part of the celebration of ...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman Annual #2 Mar 21, 2019
10

One of the best Batman comics in a long time possibly ever

Batman Annual #2

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Nov 29, 2017

Travel back in time with us to see the early days of the Bat and the Cat. What was Bruce and Selina's first date? How did this rivalry blossom into romance, and then go right back to being a rivalry again? Tom King reteams with his BATMAN/ELMER FUDD collaborator Lee Weeks to show us a little young love with capes and cowls. And a little crimefighti...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
2.5

WTF? I thought this issue would be cool. But NO! I supported Tom King when he did Tyrant Wing but now like I said WTF? Only good thing is the art. Also like Batman #57 the issue has so many freaking sound effects. Stop it King

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Darkseid24 - Mar 20, 2019

WTF describes it best 😂

AsgersWeb - Mar 21, 2019

ahahha true

AsgersWeb reviewed Spider-Man: Life Story #1 Mar 21, 2019
10

Oh my f#¤%ing god, this issue was AMAZING! One of the best Spidey comics in the last decade

Spider-Man: Life Story #1

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mark Bagley
Released: Mar 20, 2019

In 1962, in AMAZING FANTASY #15, 15-year-old Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider and became the Amazing Spider-Man! Fifty-seven years have passed in the real world since that event - so what would have happened if the same amount of time passed for Peter as well?
A special high-end limited series that's a part of the celebration of ...

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10

Love it

Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade #1

By: Frank Miller, John Romita
Released: Jun 15, 2016

Before the Dark Knight returned...
The Joker. Poison Ivy. Selina Kyle. And the last Robin.

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #62 Jan 23, 2019
7.0

Again. Werid. We want the next issue of the Tyrant Wing

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #61 Jan 23, 2019
6.5

Umm... what? What the hell Tom? That cliffhanger was so exciting and now we have this. Come on. I know its all connected but... Come on now!

Batman #61

By: Tom King, Travis Moore
Released: Dec 19, 2018

What happened to the boy who wanted to be Bruce Wayne? The young criminal mastermind orchestrates his own parents' deaths to emulate his hero and was carted off to Arkham when Batman exposed his crimes, but that is not the end of the story. Tom King reteams with Nightwing artist Travis Moore to create a sequel to their masterpiece of dark horror fr...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #60 Jan 23, 2019
10

Batgasm. Tom King is the king right now

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #59 Jan 23, 2019
10

F#&¤ing brilliant

Batman #59

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 21, 2018

Caught between Batman and his unseen enemy, the Penguin has to think on his feet to avoid being taken down by either side. If he chooses one way, he goes to jail; if he chooses the other, he ends up dead. Then again, the choice seems obvious. Is Batman ready for a new kind of avian sidekick?

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