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Identity Crisis 10th Anniversary

By: Brad Meltzer, Michael Bair

The stunning mystery from #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer is back in a new hardcover! When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire super hero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets.

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Deadman Brand rated Identity Crisis #7 Sep 27, 2020
8.0

Identity Crisis #7

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Dec 15, 2004

In the finale to one of the most shocking comic book events of all time, the terrifying murderer stands revealed and friendships are betrayed! Some secrets are too massive for some heroes to handle, while other remain in the dark, but one things certain--the DCU will never be the same after this!

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Deadman Brand rated Identity Crisis #6 Sep 26, 2020
8.0

Identity Crisis #6

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Nov 10, 2004

From the very start, Batman's been on the murder case and sifting through clues. No one knows better what it's like to lose someone you love. He's the World's Greatest Detective, and after the events of this issue, it's even more important than ever for The Dark Knight to prove it...

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Deadman Brand rated Identity Crisis #5 Sep 25, 2020
8.0

Identity Crisis #5

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Oct 20, 2004

The heroes take a proactive stance against the villains of the DCU at the cost of lives on both sides of the crisis! Unfortunately, nothing can prevent another shocking loss in a hero's private life as the stakes rise for everyone involved!

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Deadman Brand rated Identity Crisis #4 Sep 24, 2020
8.0

Identity Crisis #4

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Sep 15, 2004

Another hero's loved one is attacked by a mysterious killer and it sends the DCU Super Heroes into a frenzy! Meanwhile, the next target looks like it'll be someone close to The Man of Steel...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Identity Crisis #3 Sep 23, 2020
8.0

The battle was interesting because Deathstroke took out the heroes using unique strategy to each one.Also, it's positive that the team consisted of less popular characters.The way which Meltzer explains how the identities remain secret is very clever and makes heroes not so innocent.

Identity Crisis #3

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Aug 11, 2004

The mysterious murders in the DCU continue to fuel the flames of unrest in both the heroic community and the emerging cabal of villains! And if the legendary battle supreme between Deathstroke and the Justice League is any indication, things are going to get far worse before they get better!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Identity Crisis #2 Sep 22, 2020
8.0

This story really stands out, it has to do with more serious issues such as punishment and ...other things.It shows that villains can be very threatening.I am just sorry for Eloganted man, he is such a tragic figure.

Identity Crisis #2

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Jul 14, 2004

Continuing the shocking miniseries that shakes the entire DCU to its core! In the aftermath of a devastating loss, past and present members of the JLA revisit a deep dark secret of their collective past. Alliances form and trust is broken as the heroes face their darkest moment.

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Deadman Brand reviewed Identity Crisis #1 Sep 21, 2020
9.0

You can understand from the beginning that aren't going to happen typical superhero stuff here.Author's goal is to humanise the heroes so we feel compassion for them and see that they are real people who face daily problems.It's refreshing to read a comic with pretty much no action and a protagonist who isn't very famous.Elongated man was very likeable and it was nice his wife was a normal person more

Identity Crisis #1

By: Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales
Released: Jun 9, 2004

Uncover the DC Universe's deadliest secret in this acclaimed miniseries from New York Times best-selling writer Brad Meltzer. It's a secret the heroes will fight to keep--a secret they're willing to sacrifice themselves for. But this sacrifice has become too much for them to bear...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #666 Feb 16, 2020
9.5

This is Morrison's best work in Batman series.It's a standalone story but many questions were answered.The first part with Damian and the second with the ghosts are finally coming together and the result is incredible.Damian deserves the role of Batman.Maybe he is cruel but he is perfect for such a pessimistic future.At the end, he fights the third ghost and saves Gotham.Damian is an interesting c more

Batman #666

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Jul 25, 2007

Meet Damian Wayne, the Batman of Tomorrow, in this special issue set 15 years from now in a nightmarish future Gotham! Only 24 hours are left before the climactic battle of Armageddon, and only one man might be capable of stopping it. Can Damian make peace with his heritage and save the world?

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #665 Feb 15, 2020
8.0

Although things aren't clear yet, the three ghosts who were former cops seem to have a connection to Batman's past.Only the two have appeared so far and Bruce still doesn't know what's really going on.

Batman #665

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: May 16, 2007

An odd vision causes The Dark Knight to look back at his most bizarre adventures, which are catalogued in his mysterious "Black Casebook"! Meanwhile, a new love interest for Bruce Wayne enters the picture, and Batman gets a rematch with the Bane/Batman from last issue!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #664 Feb 14, 2020
8.0

A new mysterious chapter begins for Batman which has something to do with the GCPD.The story is very dark due to Andy Kubert's excellent work.

Batman #664

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Mar 28, 2007

The Dark Knight discovers a cover-up that could change his relationship with the Gotham Police Department! A routine investigation into police corruption leads to a terrifying confrontation with a monstrous Bane/Batman who threatens to end Batman's career!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #663 Feb 13, 2020
7.5

I'm not a fan of this kind of comics.I didn't like this specific format and the art of Van Fleet but the story was good.Basically, it was weird but interesting.

Batman #663

By: Grant Morrison, John Van Fleet
Released: Feb 14, 2007

Introducing the most twisted version of The Joker to date! After he was shot point-blank in the face, the new Crown Prince of Crime makes his triumphant return to Gotham City to take his revenge on Batman in this all-prose story with spot illustrations by John Van Fleet!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #658 Feb 13, 2020
7.5

Bruce and Damian are working for the first time together while Talia has her own plans.Talia is now a big player thanks to Morrison.Also, the bat - assassins are really cool.

Batman #658

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Sep 27, 2006

Batman brings his son home to Gotham City and introduces him to both Wayne Manor and the Batcave! But when Batman's new son meets Robin, sparks - and swords - will fly!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #657 Feb 12, 2020
8.0

I have to admit that Damian is quite funny, although is a little crazy and behaves like a brat.

Batman #657

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Sep 27, 2006

Batman brings his son home to Gotham City and introduces him to both Wayne Manor and the Batcave! But when Batman's new son meets Robin, sparks - and swords - will fly!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #656 Feb 11, 2020
8.0

Morrison can take an old forgotten story and make it notable again.It's time for Batman to face consequences of his past actions.

Batman #656

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Aug 23, 2006

Batman faces down a whole army of Ninja Man-Bats in a no-holds-barred, bone-crunching superbrawl among the treasures of London's Pop Art museum. And when The Dark Knight's done, an even greater shock awaits, as we meet a startling new addition to the Batman family!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #655 Feb 10, 2020
8.5

Morrison isn't an ordinary writer.He starts with a bang (Joker was shot in the head!).Afterwards, he slows down the pace and in the end presents something special to the audience.Also, he creates a beautiful interaction between characters (Bruce and Alfred).

Batman #655

By: Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert
Released: Jul 26, 2006

Comic book legends Grant Morrison (ALL STAR SUPERMAN, SEVEN SOLDIERS) and Andy Kubert (Ultimate X-Men) join forces to bring you an unforgettable tale of The Dark Knight! Batman receives the greatest shock of his life when he discovers that he may have a son! Morrison's acclaimed run begins here!

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9.0

Detective Comics 871-881

Detective Comics Batman: The Black Mirror

By: Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla

Don't miss this epic Batman mystery from Scott Snyder, creator of AMERICAN VAMPIRE, originally published in DETECTIVE COMICS #871-877!First, in "The Black Mirror," a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils. Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Ba...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #881 Dec 30, 2019
9.5

One of the best runs in Detective Comics is completed.Snyder wrote a wonderful mystery which was dark and terrifying.His characters were interesting and carefully designed.Dick proved that can be the main hero.He is a fascinating character just like Bruce and gives Batman more depth with his compassion.The Gordon family played enormous role in whole plot and was so well written.Gordons were the co more

Detective Comics #881

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Aug 10, 2011

This is it the finale so twisted, so shocking we can't even begin to give away details here! Be there for the extra-sized conclusion of the acclaimed run by Scott Snyder, Jock and Francesco Francavilla. DETECTIVE COMICS #881 is the issue everyone will be talking about. Believe it.

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #880 Dec 29, 2019
9.0

Jock sketched a really scary Joker.It was incredible that the Joker could spot that there was something different about Batman.The surprises don't stop until the end.

Detective Comics #880

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jul 27, 2011

It all comes down to this! The Joker is on the loose in the catacombs beneath Gotham City, more vicious and frightening than ever. But even as Batman closes in on The Clown Prince of Crime, he begins to suspect that the city may be the target of an even deadlier threat one that could shake Gotham City to its core.

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #879 Dec 28, 2019
9.5

Skeleton Key
Batman doesn't even show up here and yet this is the best issue by far.All the anticipation Snyder created since the beginning is starting to pay off.The cases are finally connected!Also, Francavilla's art adds horror elements.James jr. is a formidable foe now thanks to the writer and there is an unexpected appearance.

Detective Comics #879

By: Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla
Released: Jul 13, 2011

For years, Jim Gordon has been tormented by the possibility that his son, James Jr., might be a killer. Tonight, he'll get the answers he's been after. But is the truth about James even darker than the Commissioner, or even Batman, could have guessed?

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #878 Dec 27, 2019
9.0

Snyder delivers an epic conclusion for Hungry City.Αt the end of the day nothing is simple in Gotham.

Detective Comics #878

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jun 29, 2011

Off the coast of Gotham City, with no help for miles, the vicious smuggler and pirate Tiger Shark holds Batman captive on his ship. Can Batman escape in time, or will he become food for Tiger Shark's deadly pets? Plus: The saga of James Jr. continues. Is he a victim of circumstance or vicious killer? You decide. Don't miss the shocking conclusion t...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #877 Dec 26, 2019
9.0

Dick is the best replacement of Bruce.He makes Batman more likeable and humanizes the character.

Detective Comics #877

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: May 25, 2011

Batman plunges deeper into the mystery surrounding the brutal murder of a young woman whose body was found in the belly of a killer whale. But his detective skills lead him into a deadly trap set in motion by some of the Gotham Underworld's newest and most fearsome players. Don't miss the finale of "Hungry City!"

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #876 Dec 23, 2019
9.0

The first part of Hungry City has all the great elements of a story full of suspense.Detective Comics at its bests.

Detective Comics #876

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Apr 27, 2011

"Hungry City," part 2 of 2! When the carcass of a killer whale is discovered in the middle of Gotham City's financial sector, Batman is thrown into a mystery the likes of which he's never experienced a mystery which soon brings the Dark Knight face-to-face with the terrifying new symbol of organized crime in Gotham!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #875 Dec 22, 2019
9.0

Lost Boys
Francavilla was the perfect artist for this story.His unique style fits absolutely with a mystery like that.The truth is I am in doubt about what really happened.

Detective Comics #875

By: Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla
Released: Mar 30, 2011

One bright Tuesday morning, the corpse of a killer whale shows up on the floor of one of Gotham City's foremost banks. The event begins a strange and deadly mystery that will bring Batman face-to-face with the new, terrifying faces of organized crime in Gotham. Be here for part 1 of the brand new 3-part "Hungry City."

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #874 Dec 21, 2019
9.0

Skeleton Cases
Snyder takes his time with this issue and uses it as a connection between past and future stories.Jim Gordon is the protagonist and faces up a person who was absent for a long time.

Detective Comics #874

By: Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla
Released: Feb 23, 2011

"There are some cases that come screaming back at you...like phone calls in the night..." For years, Jim Gordon has been haunted by the unsolved case of Gotham's notorious "Peter Pan Killer." Now, armed with new evidence, Gordon is determined to put the case to rest. But as he digs deeper, he'll unearth a shocking discovery about his own past a re...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #873 Dec 20, 2019
9.0

Black Mirror ends with impressive way.Dick makes dynamic entrance with the help of his new suit and beats the Dealer.I really love the personality of new Batman.

Detective Comics #873

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 26, 2011

Now at the mercy of the deadly Mirror House, Dick Grayson must fight for his life against one of Gotham City's oldest and most powerful evils!. Be here for the shocking conclusion to "The Black Mirror," the first arc by the highly anticipated new creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Jock!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #872 Dec 19, 2019
8.5

The scene in the mirror house was so well crafted.The feeling of horror, the speech of Dealer, the auction, the references, everything was amazing.

Detective Comics #872

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Dec 29, 2010

Continuing the new series direction from the writer Scott Snyder (AMERICAN VAMPIRE) and artist Jock (THE LOSERS)! A series of disturbing clues brings Batman face-to-face with Gotham City's dark past and deadly present. Plus, Jim Gordon continues a harrowing search to uncover the truth about a frightening figure from his own past. . . Be here for p...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Detective Comics #871 Dec 18, 2019
8.5

Absolutely magnificent start.The comic has a noir style and unique aesthetics.Dick Grayson is the Batman now and the difference between him and Bruce is distinct.The mystery seems very promising.

Detective Comics #871

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Nov 24, 2010

Up-and-coming writer Scott Snyder (AMERICAN VAMPIRE) and acclaimed artist Jock (THE LOSERS) make their debut as the new ONGOING creative team of DETECTIVE COMICS!In "The Black Mirror" part 1 of 3, a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils. Plus, in the start...

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #619 Dec 15, 2019
7.5

Hush had its flaws for sure but it was an entertaining chapter.I found the motive of Elliot unrealistic and his plan excessive.The use of Riddler as mastermind wasn't a good choice, I mean he barely showed up in the whole story.Basically, some of the characters were unnecessary and hadn't any reason to participate.Unfortunately, the relation between Batman and Catwoman hadn't happy ending and didn more

Batman #619

By: Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee
Released: Sep 24, 2003

Hush Chapter Twelve: The End
Who is Hush? Why has this mysterious figure plagued Batman? All the secrets are revealed, and one thing is for sure: nothing will ever be the same for the Dark Knight!

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Deadman Brand reviewed Batman #618 Dec 15, 2019
8.0

One issue before the end and the things are still complicated.I'm a little disappointed that this specific villain was an impostor but I liked the battle and the emotions Batman showed.Also, I'm not sure if it was right decision to have a minor character like Harold to play such an important role in the story.

Batman #618

By: Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee
Released: Aug 27, 2003

Hush Chapter Eleven: The Game
After the shocking revelations of last issue, Batman faces the battle of his life! But given the betrayals he's discovered, can Batman possibly fight the one person whom he cannot - and will not - fight? Was this the master plan all along? Or are there still more twists to come?

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