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Full scope Incorporated 0

After the last issue I was really excited for this book for the first time sine before issue 1. This issue however left me underwhelmed. The Good: We see the whole operation here, which is pretty cool tbh. We see Bruce doing stuff and interacting with Dick and Damien among others. Also, some things have been setup here which I'm looking forward to and also Bruce confirmed that he and Tim are still partners :D The Bad: LOADS of information here. Possibly too much. There isn't a great flow to thin...

4 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Bruce Wayne With His Bat-Bots Is Just Creepy 0

Grant Morrison hits the accelerator this issue, racing through the establishment of Batman Incorporated to get many of the pieces in place in very short order.This issue comes as a bit of a relief to readers like myself, who have been losing patience and feeling like it was taking forever for Batman Incorporated to take shape. This issue sets out to give us that shape and shows us the members of Batman, Inc. who have been recruited along with some new recruitments.  Not everyone who appears on t...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Batman Inc #6 - The Gameplan 0

Wayne Enterprises' latest press conference in Gotham City is interrupted by a mysterious new group who is led by a villain calling himself "Emoticon-Man." While a new villain emerges out of the blue, Tim Drake a.k.a. Red Robin, is appointed leader of Batman Incorporated Stealth Team (a.k.a. The Outsiders). In this chapter of Grant Morrison's Batman, we find out what Bruce Wayne/Batman has in-store for the entire world. With artwork by Chris Burnham. Wow, just wow! I think this is my favori...

9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Never Let Him Keep His Coat On 0

The Dark Knight is going global. A ring around the world. But there is a seemingly overwheleming enemy out there, too.The Good:Nykto Nero's story was amazing. Well played, Mister Morrison, well played. It was an actual twist that nobody saw coming.Bruce Wayne and his Bat-robots. What a perfectly weird thing to do.The idea of spreading rumours on the internet in order to conceal the truth is quite brilliant. The internet's impact on a comic book universe has been largely ignored so far. Now, som...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Batman is Everywhere! 0

The angle Grant Morrison's arc seemed to avoid was the idea of the urban myth of Batman, is he real?  That angle is no longer avoided and Grant Morrison makes sure to address the myth aspect of Batman.  People ask if Batman is real, and if he was not Bruce Wayne will invent him.  People ask if Batman can be everywhere at once and Batman responds by being everywhere at once.  There is a war brewing between Batman Inc and Leviathan and the chess board is being set with all the pieces soon in place...

10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Unleash The Bat-Army!! Without a mexican Batman!? 0

Picked up Batman Inc. my favorite DC tittle just today and what do i have to say about it? well........HOLLY AWESOMENESS BATMAN!!!The GoodThis comic has revealed a lot of answers which many fans have been asking including the "Is Wayne Enterprises and its employees in danger now?" not with an army of batdrones they are not! Morrison makes a lot of sense by simply stating that anyone but the joker would try to avoid batman which is in fact true. Nobody but that crazy clown would really want to me...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

World of Batmen. 0

Batman Incorporated #6 Okay so I'm going to start off by saying that this issue left one huge question on my mind concerning my favorite comic book character ever, which you'll read about later in my review. So this issue starts off with this low rate crime gang called the average joes with a very strange man called Mr. Nykto. Bruce continues his big plans of Batman inc. by creating Batman androids or robots for everywhere. Batman has many people working for him on this war against Leviathan. He...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Speeding things up 0

Finally things are starting to fall in line together and this issue steps away from the rest with a more up-front and fast paced action and story telling that will leave you wanting more. We see the fruits of Batman's labor as well as get a spoiler on Cassandra Cain.Without spoiling much of what goes on I'll just give out a wee bit of info. Also that and reading the other reviews people have mostly discussed nearly every issue that happened in this comic.The good- well paced story filled with ti...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Batman's in business 0

  Grant Morrison continues the dark knights globetrotting adventure today in Batman Inc. #6. The latest in the critically acclaimed author’s series of Batman stories, Batman Inc. is the chronicling of Bruce Wayne’s ever growing army of batmen and their efforts to battle crime on a global level, for those unfamiliar with the current Batman status quo might want to pick up this issue to get a well rounded taste of what’s in store for the caped crusader and company.   The core of Batman Inc. is Br...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Things Start Coming together 0

Morrison's Batman, Inc is really starting to kick off.  It's too bad there are only 3 issues left until the hiatus.  Now that he's practically got all of the Batmen in place, they're staring to make a difference.  And the bad guy from the last issue is starting to make his moves.  I really can't wait to see what happens next.  Highlight from this issue is Batman addressing what we've all been saying on the internet - doesn't this make Wayne Enterprises a target?  Apparently not as Bruce demonstr...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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