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#1 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

I really don't find anything interesting in this issue.This is not an origin story...then again I understand that may be explained later in the Zero year story arc.The problem is this issue shows no improvement.We hardly get any connection between Riddler and zero year.It totally serves as a filler issue in the villains' month.

#2 Edited by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

@that60sguy: You should go for Zod.I just read it.It was a good origin story.

#3 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

@chewblocka said:

How is this show so far ? Havent watched a single episode yet and haven't heard anything crazy about it to make me want to...

Bruce goes out with an ugly gal, Katana is cross eyed, Alfred is bald and more useful than the hero, Batman only has corny one-liners, every villain escape at the end, Gotham City is a ghost town

probably the best comment in the bunch...Anyway the show is actually shaping up to be good and the last episode had some good moments IMHO.

#4 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

This week,I actually liked Nightwing's issue better than Batman's "Zero Year".Don't get me wrong.Both are good,...but this better.

#5 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

The confusion comes because may be Bryan Cranston is a mixture of both Lex Luthor and Commissioner Gordon

#6 Edited by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

"Anton's daughter Abby - who is the current Avatar of the Rot....."

Did he actually mean it?I mean Abby is Anton's niece,right?

#7 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

Ok..It's just a theory which is may be the Batman we see in the cover is not Batman at all.Because Jane Doe's inclusion in Detective comics annual shown that she is now able to mimic Batman..and of course there is clayface.

#8 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

So Nightwing's finger stripes are gone now..O_o

#9 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

Red and black. The joke and the punchline. Talia and Batman. Crime and the superhero.

The hole in things is this issue. It repeats forever, in a circle. Oroboro.

Batman and Robin will never die.

They're stuck in the hole in things: comics.

QFT

#10 Posted by soumya (151 posts) - - Show Bio

I was expecting some involvement of the Red hood gang since "zero year" was written in the cover...nonetheless it was a good story.