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After Black Canary watches Batman beat the living crap out of some thugs that were trying to steal crates and crates of bleach down at the pier, she jumps on him and gives him some sugar. They continue to make out on the boardwalk in the poring rain until old bats offers her a ride home in his car.

Back at the Batcave Dick Grayson has a lot of time to think, he thinks he is going crazy, crazy as Batman.

While he is thinking about all of this Bruce arrives with the triggerman that murdered Dick's parents, then he gives him a choice kill the man or spare him.

Become an avenger or a detective?

Dick chose detective, but still beat the shit out of the hired gun that shot his parents to death.

The man talks and tells the dynamic duo who hired him.

Batman does not like the answer. Not one bit.

On the end page the reader is left with a playing card. You know the one. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAARRRRR!!!!!!!

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3.88 stars 3.88/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

I'm the Goddamn LUNATIC!! 0

That was it? That was literally 2 plot points, 3 if you count the continuation from issue 6. Miller, can you really not make more of a plot, I mean besides reusing the same dialogue over and over again. It literally took 7 issues to find out who payed Jocko-Boy, this could have been done with a lot more simplicity and deliberation, but no, we need constant monologues about how awesome Batman-oh I'm sorry- the GODDAMN BATMAN is. And why is it so hard to focus on Batman and Robin in a comic about...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Just look at it like an Elseworld 0

Frank Miller's writing leaves a little to be desired...okay a lot...what happened to the scribe who gave us Batman: Year One and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Those were good, kick ass books. Now we a series that is all messed up and weird and says the same thing over and over again...god damn this and god damn is like ten to fifteen times.The art is what saves this book and is worth the money and reading the hypocricy of Batman. Jim Lee should be on a mainstream Batman book again. ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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