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This is updated origin story for the king of conundrums, combining the old with new ideas and concepts while still being true to the character. See some questions answered in this comic that many of us have asked our selves at one point or another. Now, Riddle me This!

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One of the Greatest Riddler stories 0

This has to be one of the best stories for the Riddler that i can think of. This shows insights into why the RIddler is what he is and why he is compelled to ask questions not only to other people, but also to himself. I guess this makes me sound like i am a fan of the man in green, but even if i was not a fan of him (which i am), I would still enjoy this adventure. ...

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Great Issue of The Riddler 0

For those of you who are curious as how Edward Nigma became the Riddler, then this is the issue for you. It's got a great script, great dialogue, great art and just about everything that makes a comic book great. This is also probably the first time we are introduced to Query and Echo, the Riddler's unpopular but trustworthy henchwomen. This is an essential addition to your comic book collection and if you happen to stumble upon it in a comic book store or in eBay, definitely check it out! My ra...

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