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This special two-part tale narrated by Sir Alfred Pennnyworth reflects upon the life and times of Gotham City's most celebrated citizen - and hints at what's next for The Dark Knight. Grant Morrison delivers a story of past memories, present heartache and future promises. A spectacular, unforgettable farewell to The Dark Knight, mixing memory, dream and speculation as Alfred closes the casebook on the greatest crimefighter of all time. With guest appearances by Batman friends

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Not the real finish 0

In this issue Batman realises that the sensory depravation expirement that Doctor Hurt put him into was a trap of the mind. He also realizes that he is being hypnotized by someone, and in a battle of wills, he retrieves his mind back from the lump. Well, If I am to be completely honest, I would have to admit that I have been confused more than once by the R.I.P. storyline. Now I am just dissappointed. Given the fact that we were told this would be the "last Batman story", I like I am sure a lot ...

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