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superstan52 reviewed Batman #149 Jun 19, 2024
2.0

So, just like that Bruce is a billionaire again, Selina is back in good graces, and Bruce 2.0 is aged out. And there are no consequences for Bruce whatsoever for all the havoc he's unleashed on Gotham these past months. Only in the funnies.

Batman #149

By: Chip Zdarsky, Michele Bandini
Released: Jun 19, 2024

DARK PRISONS--EPILOGUE When confronted with the totality of your life, and all the choices that led you to where you are, do you build on the ashes, or rise from them? The Batman who is left standing will have to answer this question quickly, as someone is already sifting through those ashes, with an eye toward saving the world!

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Quinn - Jun 19, 2024

Well said, sir. And Bruce gets to rebuild Gotham. Again. Wonder when he will have to learn to trust family. Again.

Bats20832 - Jun 21, 2024

Bruce Wayne has had years of consequences. It was nice to see Chip finally give him a break for a change. I got tired of the negativity. I can get that for free.

Quinn reviewed Batman #149 Jun 19, 2024
3.0

Superstan52 said many of the same things I thought so good for him and bad for me since I want to be original. I will say they’ve set up two future stories. Clone that gave Bruce his hand and was buried in backyard of Wayne Manor 2.0 will be dug up and we will have another Dark reflection of Bruce villain who was dumped into a Lazarus pit for evil reasons.

Damian is also right about e more

Batman #149

By: Chip Zdarsky, Michele Bandini
Released: Jun 19, 2024

DARK PRISONS--EPILOGUE When confronted with the totality of your life, and all the choices that led you to where you are, do you build on the ashes, or rise from them? The Batman who is left standing will have to answer this question quickly, as someone is already sifting through those ashes, with an eye toward saving the world!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #148 Jun 4, 2024
3.0

Well the arc is over. Batman overcomes obstacle and reunites with family again. I would give points for originality except what is this, the 123,887,546 time it’s been done. We have yet another mastermind who, secretly, behind the scenes has manipulated all the players, but this one created both the Joker AND Batman, and DC has again given Bruce an excuse for not being responsible for doing horr more

Batman #148

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 5, 2024

DARK PRISONS--FINALE It all comes down to this: Batman versus Batman! With Damian's life--and the future of Gotham--hanging in the balance, nothing can prepare either version of the Dark Knight for what's about to happen!

Quinn reviewed Batman #147 May 7, 2024

This issue was so meh. Bruce is being saved by the power of love. Flash and Tim tell him he’s not alone, amazing considering the first five decades of Batman had him working with Robin, Superman, Justice League. Now we are told Bruce’s mind has been seeded so he doesn’t have to take responsibility for writers going edgelord. Also Damian realizes robot is not dad. Evil shrink, the 87th we’v more

Batman #147

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: May 8, 2024

With no allies, no weapons, and almost no hope...can Batman fight back before Zur makes a true devil's bargain? The world is about to know Zur's true power! Him and...his new sidekick? Dark Prisons continues!

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Bats20832 - May 10, 2024

The 2024 sci-fi crazy Batman era makes the 1950s era of Batman look so sober, intellectual, and thoughtful by comparison. I will be glad when Chip gets back to ruining Daredevil stories.

The Gay-Mazing Psycamorean - May 10, 2024

Bats, have you actually read 50s Batman?

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Von Esper reviewed Batman #146 Apr 2, 2024
2.5

It's really annoying how many writers are just trying to retcon classic stories and characters these days. While the writers often try to expand on these classic stories or give them more depth, the opposite often occurs and they end up tarnishing them.

That's the case here. Zur-En-Arrh was a cool concept when Morrison introduced it, but now it's just a corrupt Batman. The Jokers motiv more

Batman #146

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Apr 3, 2024

The explosive Dark Prisons continues as Batman learns from an old mentor what Zur's plans are for Gotham City...and the world! Can the Dark Knight escape from a prison designed by the ultimate version of himself? And what nefarious role does The Joker play in all of this?

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Quinn - Apr 4, 2024

I never bought ZurDeDodah. Instead of just accepting the simple fact that stories told in different eras for different aged audiences, are going to be, well, different and not internally consistent, especially after 75 years, Morrison created this break arm patting self on back story. A story as absurd as any Adam West Batman story. But at least those stories were meant to be comedies. Or or I could be wrong. Great review.

myconius - Apr 17, 2024

i know there are those that don't care for it, but Batman RIP is my all-time favorite Batman story. .....and zdarsky just took what Morrison did with Zur-En-Arrh and made it into some cheesy edge lord teenage fan fic.

Quinn reviewed Batman #146 Apr 2, 2024
3.0

What the hell was that? Another issue where the evil at robot goes amuck Batman and Joker still at odds like a million times before but without a smart plot well devised. The writer has clearly shown Joker knows who Batman is but the result is so what? Actions have no consequences and characters spin their wheels doing nothing.

The bat robot is still at large after what a year? So far B more

Batman #146

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Apr 3, 2024

The explosive Dark Prisons continues as Batman learns from an old mentor what Zur's plans are for Gotham City...and the world! Can the Dark Knight escape from a prison designed by the ultimate version of himself? And what nefarious role does The Joker play in all of this?

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DomesticatedGiraffe - Apr 2, 2024

Zdarsky's entire run needs to be burned to the ground and forgotten.

ResearchReader - Apr 9, 2024

Agreed. This run is a disgrace. Failsafe was the only good thing initially and he... well he is doing weird stuff with that.

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superstan52 reviewed Batman #145 Mar 5, 2024
3.5

Zdarsky's entire run has essentially been Batman creating menaces to save the world from a "Batman gone bad" who wind up as worse menaces than Batman could ever be. Failsafe throws Gotham into turmoil twice already in this run, and yet Bruce is not held accountable, or Batman arrested, when the dust clears. Where is J. Jonah Jameson when we need him, alerting the world to the danger that is Batman more

Batman #145

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 6, 2024

A THRILLING NEW ARC IS HERE... DARK PRISONS BEGINS! Following The Joker: Year One's stunning reveals, Batman must engineer an escape from Zur's prison...but what dark secret does Zur now hold that's a game changer for the Dark Knight and the entire DC Universe?!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #145 Mar 5, 2024
3.0

I rate this “oh, who cares.” We get the killer bat robot. Joker is playing psychological games with Batman as if the Joker being trained by the same as Batman was just some giant mindf#ck., some great plot that Zdarsky thought of that puts all others to shame. It doesn’t.

We also have the one-eyed mayor. I honestly forgot he existed. But killer batbot is actually proving the mayor more

Batman #145

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 6, 2024

A THRILLING NEW ARC IS HERE... DARK PRISONS BEGINS! Following The Joker: Year One's stunning reveals, Batman must engineer an escape from Zur's prison...but what dark secret does Zur now hold that's a game changer for the Dark Knight and the entire DC Universe?!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #144 Feb 20, 2024
3.0

I finally figured out what bugs me about this story. It doesn’t matter.Batman Year one mattered because it was a new Batman after Infinite Crisis. This is just a story where the Joker kills a lot. We know where it is going to end. Crazy Joker who kills a lot.

We also get another story where Jim Gordon doesn’t kill Joker. Again lather, rinse, repeat.

Also not a fan of the more

Batman #144

By: Chip Zdarsky, Giuseppe Camuncoli
Released: Feb 21, 2024

The climactic, chilling conclusion to The Joker Year One that will have massive repercussions for the future! The Red Hood Gang is on a rampage and the only man who can stop them...is The Joker! And can Batman stop a devastating new virus in a future where The Joker looms over him?

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myconius - Apr 17, 2024

zdarsky's run has been in-one-ear-out-the-other. ........it will be forgotten as so many others before it.

Quinn reviewed Batman #143 Feb 14, 2024
3.5

I rate this “whatever.” Despite trying to show how he Joker got so badass, it just shows me the Joker is badass because the writers tell and not show. He can take unlimited punishment and despite the fact everyone in Gotham has a gun and wants to kill him, no one shoots him.

There is no, for lack of a better word, logic behind this Joker. Chris Nolan made him an agent of chaos. He h more

Batman #143

By: Chip Zdarsky, Giuseppe Camuncoli
Released: Feb 14, 2024

The terrifying tale of The Joker Year One continues as a mysterious figure from Batman's past has come into Joker's orbit, changing the Clown Prince of Crime forever! And what secrets does the re-formed Red Hood Gang have for Batman's future?

Quinn reviewed Batman #142 Feb 7, 2024
3.5

I guess I reject the premise of the story - that theJoker’s origin is important. I totally agree with Christopher Nolan, in that the Joker’s origin doesn’t matter. He just is. He comes from nowhere with an agenda that only makes sense to him.

Trying to explain his origin just ruins the mystery. It is like trying to explain the origins of the immortals in Highlander. They did it tw more

Batman #142

By: Chip Zdarsky, Giuseppe Camuncoli
Released: Feb 7, 2024

The tragic death of the leader of the Red Hood Gang in a vat of chemicals has become the subject of myth...but what is the heartbreaking and gruesome tale of the monster who walked away from that violent birth? And how does it affect Batman's distant future? The Joker Year One begins here!

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derbycomics reviewed Batman #141 Jan 4, 2024
6.0

The finale to “Failsafe 2.0,” errr I mean “Mindbomb” is essentially one extended chase sequence, with Batman desperately seeking a way to shut down the rogue AI now controlled by Zur-En-Arrh before it can fulfill its objective - the complete and utter replacement of Bruce Wayne as Batman. Stop me if this sounds like Zdarsk’y first “Failsafe” arc. The story is just barely saved the aw more

Batman #141

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jan 3, 2024

Zur-En-Arrh has done the unthinkable. And now, cut off from everything and everyone, Batman has to face off against his most devastating enemy in a brutal fight for the future as the specter of The Joker hangs over everything. The stunning conclusion to Mindbomb is here!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #141 Jan 3, 2024
4.0

My main problem with issue is that Batman is written as dumb. He had to fight the Bat Terminator bot he created. And apparently the best way Bruce thinks to do that is to punch metal that can be used to fight Superman with flesh, or flesh and a metal hand.

Bruce does not create any equipment or develop a strategy to outwit his latest backup plan that goes out of control and is a bigger more

Batman #141

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jan 3, 2024

Zur-En-Arrh has done the unthinkable. And now, cut off from everything and everyone, Batman has to face off against his most devastating enemy in a brutal fight for the future as the specter of The Joker hangs over everything. The stunning conclusion to Mindbomb is here!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #140 Dec 5, 2023
3.5

Batman fights himself. The final version Zurich do dah version of Frank Miller’s Batman, so points for on the nose symbolism. I guess we’re supposed to see that the writer is symbolically putting an end to Miller’s Batman, but it is so heavy handed, he doesn’t stick the landing. Miller Batman can always come back. DC seems to think this stale concept of Batman is the only way to write him more

Batman #140

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Dec 6, 2023

It's Batman versus The Joker in their most brutal fight of all time. But wait...Batman is also battling a legion of himself! What has Zur done? And who will walk away? The brutal Mindbomb continues!

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hasanturkoglu reviewed Batman #139 Nov 7, 2023
3.0

In Batman, writers now write revised stories by revising the stories of past writers. This is getting very boring, I don't know if it's the author himself or the editors, but they need to stop this repetition. And again Joker, isn't that enough? We need something new in Batman and in Detective Comics!

There is no bright idea or anything new in this story. It's been going bad since Fails more

Batman #139

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Nov 8, 2023

NEW STORY ARC BEGINS! BATMAN VS. THE JOKER, MORE BRUTAL THAN EVER! Following the cataclysmic events of The Gotham War, Batman finds himself completely isolated from his family, struggling to keep the rage of Zur in check. But he can't stop, because he's out there, haunting the city, taunting the Dark Knight: The Joker. And the new Batman is ready t...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #139 Nov 7, 2023
4.0

The art is good and the plot isn’t so egregious that I get eye strain from rolling them. But I did not follow the Gotham War because I didn’t have the time or money. Well, I had the time, and to be fair Tupperware money. What I didn’t have was the patience for a story built on a false premise.

So I am totally unfamiliar with the current status quo. Apparently Bruce has alienated h more

Batman #139

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Nov 8, 2023

NEW STORY ARC BEGINS! BATMAN VS. THE JOKER, MORE BRUTAL THAN EVER! Following the cataclysmic events of The Gotham War, Batman finds himself completely isolated from his family, struggling to keep the rage of Zur in check. But he can't stop, because he's out there, haunting the city, taunting the Dark Knight: The Joker. And the new Batman is ready t...

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ItsJess reviewed Batman #138 Sep 30, 2023
2.0

I'm at a loss for words as to how terrible this book and this event is. It's almost impressive.

Batman #138

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 4, 2023

THE GOTHAM WAR CONTINUES! Batman is on the ropes as the Gotham War heats up following a shocking betrayal! It's father versus son, teacher versus student in the knockout fourth chapter of this brutal war. But who is really pulling the strings in this explosive event? Thousands of years have led to this moment!

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Quinn - Oct 3, 2023

Almost.

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ResearchReader reviewed Batman #138 Oct 3, 2023
1.5

This issue is an aberration of batman and his family. The 1.5 is for the art as it is good as always. The story gets a 0.

Now onto the review. Chip is a failure, no other way to put it. I don't know how it happened but this feels like the end half of Tom Kings batman run (at least he got to 50 issues before he totally destroyed it... Chip got to like what... 15?). He has destroyed Batm more

Batman #138

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 4, 2023

THE GOTHAM WAR CONTINUES! Batman is on the ropes as the Gotham War heats up following a shocking betrayal! It's father versus son, teacher versus student in the knockout fourth chapter of this brutal war. But who is really pulling the strings in this explosive event? Thousands of years have led to this moment!

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TheObserver reviewed Batman #138 Oct 3, 2023
4.5

Halala... action, surprises, emotion, it's all there... but it doesn't fit. Because...by trying to deconstruct Batman (again), there's not much left of DC's great, ultra-capable hero. He's in pieces (again). You'd think it was a contest. Or it's in the brief. Who can best scuttle Batman's psyche (again)? Chip Zdarksy sure can, but why? There was a time when Batman was there to serve the story. Now more

Batman #138

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 4, 2023

THE GOTHAM WAR CONTINUES! Batman is on the ropes as the Gotham War heats up following a shocking betrayal! It's father versus son, teacher versus student in the knockout fourth chapter of this brutal war. But who is really pulling the strings in this explosive event? Thousands of years have led to this moment!

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Quinn - Oct 3, 2023

You, sir, are my hero. You are not wrong. Keep up the good work.

Quinn reviewed Batman #138 Oct 3, 2023
3.0

No, just no. Batman is pure evil using mind control techniques to control Jason despite the fact that when JLA did that to Catwoman via Zatanna he quite rightly opposed it. The family can’t stop him and the subplot is now immortals gather to turn Gotham immortal or some such nonesense. Any plot that can’t be made into a Batman movie is bad. You want sci-fi or magic with Batman, see him in the more

Batman #138

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Oct 4, 2023

THE GOTHAM WAR CONTINUES! Batman is on the ropes as the Gotham War heats up following a shocking betrayal! It's father versus son, teacher versus student in the knockout fourth chapter of this brutal war. But who is really pulling the strings in this explosive event? Thousands of years have led to this moment!

Quinn reviewed Batman #137 Sep 5, 2023
1.0

This issue,this whole arc, is stupid for several reasons. First it is just a repeat ofBatman loses everything and rises from the ashes stronger. Rinse lather repeat.

Second, the whole premise makes no sense. Crooks willing to be partipants in mass murder decide to become thieves and will be expected to be peaceful because why?

Third, the Bat family going along with crime? To more

Batman #137

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Sep 6, 2023

BATMAN/CATWOMAN: THE GOTHAM WAR PART 2! Batman descends on Gotham City, full of rage and force, more driven than ever to save his home. But the new landscape has turned friends into foes. Can anyone stop his reign of terror? Should they? The Gotham War continues in this second chapter!

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5.0

I'm tired of Hal being a 40 years old child

Green Lantern #2

By: Jeremy Adams, Xermanico
Released: Jun 14, 2023

Hal Jordan's homecoming is off to a rocky start! Carol Ferris is this close to firing him from the job he's only just begged his way into, his power ring isn't exactly working right, and off in the shadows, Sinestro, the architect of Hal's current crisis, is waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Plus, the hard-hitting John Stewart: War Journal ...

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C02goddess - Jun 13, 2023 (edited)

Yeah, I feel like Hal did show growth across Johns’ run and Venditti’s HJGLC. We saw Hal deal with seeing Carol in serious relationships (she was even married when he came back to life), then they move into a close friendship, then back to a romantic couple (well after her divorce). Hal has gained maturity. He’s situated to be able to have a more stable hero life - we’ve got lots of GLs. I hope the run gives him and Carol development toward The End. The immaturity cycle is what feels forced.

justonemore - Jun 13, 2023

Yeah, totally. What I like about Hal is that he seems like an inmature character, and sometimes he is, but he always ends Up behaving like a Hero and an adult Who knows how yo deal with the weight he has. Here we simply see that inmaturity multiplied, and nothing more. Its still soon so i hope It gets better.

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justonemore reviewed Green Lantern #2 Jun 13, 2023
4.0

this was a downright bad problem. Sorry, I don't want to be a hater, but there's a big problem here, jeremy addams writes Hal as a really stupid guy. this problem is basically Hal doing awkward things to win back a person who already has a partner and another life. I didn't like his behavior at all, except for the first scene, and it's basically the base of the number

Green Lantern #2

By: Jeremy Adams, Xermanico
Released: Jun 14, 2023

Hal Jordan's homecoming is off to a rocky start! Carol Ferris is this close to firing him from the job he's only just begged his way into, his power ring isn't exactly working right, and off in the shadows, Sinestro, the architect of Hal's current crisis, is waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Plus, the hard-hitting John Stewart: War Journal ...

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C02goddess - Jun 14, 2023 (edited)

I took him getting a job more as he’s stuck on Earth after quitting to GLC and needs money, not that he’s specifically trying to maintain a secret identity.

Quinn - Jun 14, 2023

Could be, so fair enough. But I still maintain that the whole going back to Ferris Air is just silly. I think Jusonemore gets it right. But I could be wrong. And let’s face it, Hal know a lot of people like Bruce Wayne, who can get him gainful employment without Hal being creepy around ex-girlfriend.

Quinn reviewed Batman #136 Jun 6, 2023
5.0

This issue is supposed to set up the new status quo, but it was more tell than show. We are told that all the sidekicks asked Bruce how he was feeling, but we never see them talk to Bruce, or their reaction to his absence or return.

We do see that. Bruce has a magic hand that does everything his real hand did, so no angst there.we see a little Bruce at war with himself, but it is all ol more

Batman #136

By: Chip Zdarsky, Belen Ortega
Released: Jun 7, 2023

Failsafe and Red Mask have forever changed Batman, and Gotham isn't as welcoming as it once was. Can Batman remind them who he is? Can he remind...Catwoman? The future of the Bat-books starts here, and everyone's world is about to explode!

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Quinn reviewed Batman #135 May 2, 2023
4.0

This issue reiterated points already made. The Omni verse needs a Batman. After defeating the enemy du jour, this earth’s Selina kicks one-handed Bruce through the portal and he meets all the other Bats in all the other earths. Even get shark repellant from Adam West Bats and later uses it against a laughing fish shark. Silly, but I give points for style.

In one of the trips, Bruce ge more

Batman #135

By: Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Jimenez
Released: May 3, 2023

It's Batman versus Red Mask in a brutal Gotham that's never known hope! Can the Dark Knight overcome the terrifying infection that Red Mask has unleashed? Only one thing is certain: he won't be able to do it alone. The conclusion to the bestselling The Bat-Man of Gotham is so big it could only be contained in an oversize #900 anniversary issue feat...

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myconius reviewed Batman #134 Apr 7, 2023
2.0

So absolutely boring and uninteresting.

The art is extremely lackluster.

If this is the best that DC has to offer then they should start saying their prayers.

Batman #134

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mike Hawthorne
Released: Apr 5, 2023

It's all-out war as only Batman stands between Red Mask and a Gotham City full of bodies! How much is the Dark Knight willing to sacrifice to save this city?

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Quinn reviewed Batman #134 Apr 4, 2023
3.5

Did Batman just lose a hand? In a story where Batman is fighting a foe we don’t know, one whose motives are unknown other than to be evil so Bats has someone to fight, Ghostmaker cuts off Bats’ hand.

So what the hell, dude. My reaction wasn’t how will he handle a life-altering injury. It was “no way this will stick, so who cares.” But that is just me. Your mileage may vary. B more

Batman #134

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mike Hawthorne
Released: Apr 5, 2023

It's all-out war as only Batman stands between Red Mask and a Gotham City full of bodies! How much is the Dark Knight willing to sacrifice to save this city?

Quinn reviewed Batgirls #16 Mar 14, 2023
5.0

This whole arc has been a real mixed bag. Some issues were good, others were not. This was a not. We finally meet the Mad Hatter and I get that the writer was going for creepy mad man, but the result was huh, this plan makes no sense.

That’s the problem with much of Batman’s Rogue’s Gallery. It madness all the way down, but to be an effective story telling device there has to be m more

Batgirls #16

By: Becky Cloonan, Neil Googe
Released: Mar 15, 2023

The Batgirls fall down a rabbit hole of mischief and wonder in their journey to find out who sent Cluemaster to kidnap his own daughter, Steph. But first, there’s a bottle that says “Drink me,” and it should be perfectly safe to drink, right? Even if it looks like it’s been laced with Langstrom serum?

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myconius reviewed Batman #133 Mar 7, 2023
2.5

Zdarsky continues to pass off fan-fiction level wring as professional work.

This art is absolultey unacceptable quality for the flagship "Batman" title.

Batman #133

By: Chip Zdarsky, Adrian
Released: Mar 8, 2023

Everyone goes insane eventually. And then they belong to the terrifying Red Mask! But Gotham City has a new savior. He strikes from the shadows, exhumes the dead, and is known only as...the Batman. And in our backup story, Tim Drake's search for Batman continues as he and Superman, Jon Kent, team up to stop the terror of the Toyman!

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myconius - Mar 8, 2023

Bats20832 - Thank you! You just summed it up perfectly!!!

Quinn - Mar 9, 2023

Well put. Bats20832. When you said "slap a bat label" it reminded me of the show where everything was "bat"computer or "bat" rope. This story has that credibility, but as you pointed out, without the tone or joy. Those stories were aimed at young kids. This story is supposed to be deep and profound. Spoiler - it isn't. Or I could be wrong.

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wakizashireviews reviewed Batman #133 Mar 7, 2023
5.5

There is nothing wrong with this issue but I'm just not feeling it. I'm not sure why. Maybe it's because this story arc feels like an Elseworlds tale. The Selina scenes are good, as are the Alfred scenes. But Harvey "HULK" Dent is not working for me. He Hulks out much more than Bane ever did on venom. Same for this version of Riddler. Targeting kids left me shaking my head.

I want Bruce more

Batman #133

By: Chip Zdarsky, Adrian
Released: Mar 8, 2023

Everyone goes insane eventually. And then they belong to the terrifying Red Mask! But Gotham City has a new savior. He strikes from the shadows, exhumes the dead, and is known only as...the Batman. And in our backup story, Tim Drake's search for Batman continues as he and Superman, Jon Kent, team up to stop the terror of the Toyman!

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