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Batman must race against time to save a friend's life. But his mission may prove impossible as he reels under the weight of three hundred chemically enhanced super-criminals who stand against him. All clues point to one psychotic criminal, and all roads to a solution that will lead to one secret location... but will Batman arrive too late to stop the rage let loose on his city?

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3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews

Meandering Along 0

I'll do a standard CV review for this issue.The Good: I like the fact that this book tends to be the one that most explicitly ties the Batman universe together. In this issue they mention the Dollmaker episode from Detective Comics. And they mention that Ivy is in Birds of Prey. It also ties into the fact that Batman is in the Justice League. It's good to see that level of cohesion that's sometimes missing in DC titles (as opposed to Marvel). This issue also has some good detective work. So far,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Hope Springs Eternal 0

The Story: Batman continues his investigation and his race to find a cure to the toxin Flash and himself were exposed to.  My Thoughts:David Finch and Paul Jenkins have quietly been molding an under-appreciated Batman series that seems to be a little misunderstood. I think a lot of people feel this series revolves and relies on shock value. Either that or they feel all these Batman villains are being forced into the story. In my opinion they don't feel forced. I think many of them are pawns in a...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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