darkestknight2_0's Batman, Incorporated #1 - Mr. Unknown is Dead review


 I really loved this issue. Morrison already seems to be setting up some long-term plans and bad guys by using Lord Death Man, who looks like he is no pushover, and when you couple Batman, Inc. with   Batman the return  , you get the sense that Bruce has another major enemy waiting in the shadows for him. This one may not be up to the level of Dr. Hurt , but if I had to guess, I’d say he has some connection to the Batman family. Paquette worked on one of the best issues of The Return and he is perfect in this issue. The two page spread that was created by Paquette looks pretty badass as Bruce is coming in on his wire with a determined look on his face. This issue really worked well on every level. There is still some doubt as to the value of multiple Batmen, particularly since the original is portrayed so vividly here.

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