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In the third issue of best-selling novelist Gregg Hurwitz's PENGUIN: PAIN AND PREJUDICE miniseries, the Penguin has a new girlfriend! But his new relationship is just an excuse for bigger heists and more vicious crimes, all to obtain gifts for his loved ones! And the flashier the crime, the more easily it catches Batman's eye. With The Dark Knight hot on his trail, will the Penguin back away from his life of crime – or will he continue his push to take over Gotham City's criminal underworld?







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4.88 stars 4.88/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

Better than a Gas-filled Umbrella 0

The story is still great as Penguin continues to prove his bonafides as a ruthless gangster. I love the twists and turns that the story takes as the death of his mother in issue 2 seemed to have derailed the main thread of the story up to that point. We get a great artistic moment where panels alternate between an example of his ruthlessness and beneficence There's also another GREAT Joker sight gag. I think there's been one in each issue - at the very least there've been 2 in the past 3 - in wh...

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A Cold Character Study 0

Hurwitz and Kudranski return with one of the finest comics on shelvesThe Good: Penguin is oftentimes a hated figure both in universe and by the legions of Batman fanboys that keep much of DC comics going. He's lacks the cultural aura of the Joker, Catwoman, and Two-Face; he lacks the inherent supervillain skillset that is a blind requirement for some creators to make a character a legitimate threat. He survives as a bit of a joke from the Adam West show and Danny Devito's take. Yet, Hurwitz here...

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A time for reflection. 0

Art - The lines and colors are fabulously done, fitting the story perfectly. The artists also uses a different border around panels where "dark" things happen which is really interesting.Story - While the story isn't quite as good as the two previous issues it is still interesting and good in its own right. We get to see that Penguin isn't a bad guy, but rather an ideal for those that don't cross him. He chooses the pleasure of others over himself and offers the world to those who have served hi...

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