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When Waynetech's launch of Interworld is plagued by a series of "virtual murders," Batman teams up with Oracle to hunt down the culprit in a simulated environment that's slowly collapsing into post-apocalyptic zombie-haunted chaos. A computer-generated Batman adventure that brings Dark Knight justice to a wild new frontier, to face a new and virulent menace. In a world of numbers, does everything have a price?

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Such a disappointing end to such a great book 0

Man everything just fell apart at the end there.  I can't help but wonder if it's due to the New 52 and the fact that Batman, Inc is going on hiatus until next year.  The plot was only related to the rest of Batman, Inc and Leviathon by the barest thread right at the end of the story.  And the art style, while creative, sucked.  They could have gone with full-on 3D like Pixar quality and I would have been able to tell the people apart.  Instead it was a horrible Second Life quality (years after ...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

I Didn't Care to See the New Tron Either. 0

Batman, Incorporated becomes another casualty of the September relaunches as it comes to a sudden and unceremonious end with this issue. Even worse, it ends with perhaps the weakest issue of the short-lived series revolving around a story premise that became cliche and silly as far back as the mid-'90s. Rather than end with a bang or a whimper, this book ends with a groan.  It is an issue of Bruce Wayne and Barbara Gordon fighting viruses in the virtual reality of Internet 3.0. Yes, it is that k...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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