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A week in the life of Batman takes him from an outer space adventure with the Green Lantern Corps to an old West showdown with Jonah Hex and back to the mean and monster-filled streets of Gotham with The Creeper. The Bat-phone is ringing off the hook as The Dark Knight teams up with some unlikely allies and classic heroes in "A Batman's Work is Never Done!"

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Batman's Work is Never Done 0

So what is a typical week like for our Caped Crusader?  Well, this issue gives us a peek.  It's no rest for our hero.  This is another good showing for Batman and for the younger crowd... or us young at heart.  My son and I enjoyed this issue.  There just a bunch of little pieces crammed together to make one issue.  I particularly liked the section with Jonah Hex in it.  Seeing him in the "cartoonish" setting of Brave and the Bold was funny.   We get the usual fun humor that we've come to expect...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Holy Hotline, Caped Crusader! 0

It's important to remember that as far as I am concerned, Adam West, Michael Keaton and Kevin Conroy have been defining Batmen. Sure there were the 1940's serials, but who was aware of those until they became available on DVD? I still haven't been able to pick them up, and I consider myself a Bat-phile. Neither Val Kilmer nor George Clooney really defined the role of Batman. Clooney even admits that he sunk the franchise with Batman & Robin. That's takin' one for the team - it really was a c...

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