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Two issues of BATMAN in one month! Now that "Batman R.I.P." has concluded, the aftermath begins! If you thought mastermind writer Grant Morrison surprised you with "R.I.P.", just wait until you see what he has planned for this retrospective story. In his last hours, Alfred the Butler tells the life story of the Batman as you've never seen it before in this two-part adventure which bridges the gap between the events of "Batman R.I.P." and FINAL CRISIS. Learn the secrets of Batman's early years! Witness the nightmare of a Gotham City where Batman never existed!

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2.17 stars 2.17/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

Spare yourself the disgrace 0

This issue is so bad that I'll pack it in my zombie survival kit to use as toilet paper. Seriously. It's that bad. Save your money and pick up the new volume of The Umbrella Academy instead. I'm not even going to bother making a vlog of this disgraceful Batman issue. It gets one star merely for the lettering. When the lettering is the best part of comic, something is majorly wrong. The Joker's dialog is brilliantly shown in all lower case letters with purple ink and that's the only good thing to...

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History Lesson 0

Bruce Wayne reminisces about his life and his adventures as Batman. All the while we are shown how Batman to be the subject of an Isolation expirement. As a stand alone book, I guess this makes a good jump on issue. Since you basically get the cliff note version of Batmans entire history. On the other hand, I would also say this is one of the few books that are essential to the whole R.I.P. storyline. It is not any kind of great book. It just coasts down average street, but it does have one real...

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