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4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews
People hated this story. People exploded with rage, insulting his writer, thinking he went mad, that he was only doing this to cash in, to flip the middle finger to an entire generation of fan that waited fifteen years to a sequel of another masterpiece. They we're all wrong. This story, this graphic novel, this comic book, however you want to call it, it' a masterpiece of epic proportions. Not perfect, I'll admit that, but still a masterpiece. The Story Superheroes as freedom fighter, but wi...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
No one should have been surprised that this was different from The Dark Knight Returns - Frank Miller had already told that story. If you wanted to read TDKR again, just re-read it. Miller had to tell a different story with this to be worth his time - even if many people didn't like the direction of his future world. There isn't much of a "story," here, though. It is an overload of contemporary media satire. TDKR balances story and satire well, but that balance feels lacking in this installment....0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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