icarusflies's Detective Comics #864 - Beneath The Mask review

Back to Arkham

Arkham Asylum changes with every writer, becoming something new and changing. Some are better than others... 
This issue gave another look inside Arkham, and continued to document the slippery slope of Jeremiah Arkham. The art fit nicely, and the changing styles worked with Jeremiah's fragile mindset. Enough history was given to make it unnecessary to read the entirety of Battle for the Cowl, but it did not bog down the story. 
Unlike many Arkham stories, this one also did not focus on the major inmates, which made it a refreshing change from the usual.


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