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Part 1 of a 2-part story written by John Rozum (MIDNIGHT, MASS)! Dr. Jonathan Crane has discovered that being confined in Arkham simply means a captive audience for his experiments in fear. Now, more powerful than ever, he easily escapes from the Asylum and spreads his reign of terror throughout Gotham as the Scarecrow. With the entire city spooked and the Scarecrow committing seemingly random crimes, can Batman stop him before the game turns even more deadly?

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Fear the Scarecrow 0

Okay, Scarecrow was always one of Batman's more lame villians, Batman Begin helped to breath new life into him, but that was until now. No more fear toxins, just plain fear in a traditional sense, by scaring the crap out of his victims. This just may make the Scarecrow a real bad ass in Batman's rogues gallery. He's become a psychopathic murderer without logic, killing seemingly randomly...wait isn't that the Joker's MO? Oh well, so far I am loving the new Scarecrow. The art isn't the best,...

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Scarecrow scary again! 0

The Scarecrow over the years has become more of a joke than anything truly horrifying. Not only that in Batman Begins he was barely even there. He is a good character and deserves to truly be feared.Dr Jonathan Crane is back and apparently doesn't need fear gas anymore. He has figured out that by doing something over and over again he will get the same result and he is tired of being a joke. He is now spreading fear in a more believable way and really reminds me of a lot of serial killers that I...

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