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The Dark Knight continues his journey into BLACKEST NIGHT! Will the new Batman join his predecessor in the grave? Will Red Robin's reunion with his father be bitter and bloody? Can anyone escape the horror of the Black Lanterns?

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The Batfamily Takes on the Black Lanterns 0

I'm a big fan of Geoff Johns and I usually dig most things Green Lantern-related, so as you can imagine, I'm all about Blackest Night. Quality of the main series aside, what surprised me the most about the crossover so far are the tie-ins. They're really good. Not all of them are exactly essential to understand the main storyline, but as a reviewer on CBR put it recently, the concept of the DCU vs. Undead Heroes/Villains/Relatives is good enough to carry these books.   This second issue of the B...

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'Blackest Night: Batman' #2 of 3 Reviewed! 0

     'Blackest Night: Batman' #2 of 3  Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes   I should probably apologize for the delay on the review of this book as I have been a bit under the weather and as a result I've been forced to play a lot of catch-up! I digress, though. This book is great. So great, in fact, that I really wish that it wasn't a mini and was extended to at least five issues! The fact that Tomasi is forced to cram all of that content into a m...

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