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Batman's investigation into the murders of Dark Knight villains past and present leads him to old associates of Bruce Wayne...some of whom aren't so happy to see him. While the mysterious killer picks his next target, the rift between Terry and Bruce widens.

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3.57 stars 3.57/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews

Close Encounters 0

This issue is the best of the series so far. Of course the others were not that great, but still. Let's start with the writing. Beechin's dialogue is good for the most part, but there are some points where his writing feels out of character, but overall it's good. Benjamin's art is good in some places, bad in others. There are some pages that are really good, like the full 2 page picture on page 2 and 3, and some where it looks just terrible, like pretty much any time there's a close-up of a fac...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Good story, terrible art 0

Perhaps it's the fact that this is #3 in the series, I don't know.  But Ryan Benjamin either needs to learn how to draw human faces or simply drop whatever stylistic crap he thinks he's doing in this book.  The story by Adam Beechen is awesome.  I love the additions of Calendar Man, Catwoman, and of course our guest of honor Hush!  But as good as the story is, it's really being dragged down by the art.  I will certainly continue reading this book because I love Batman Beyond.  But I would REALLY...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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