I would've stuck Batwing vs. Charlie Caligula's men from Batwing #26 in there.
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This issue was like taking a walk down memory lane. It had this "good old Spider-Man" feel to it that even the final issues of ASM didn't. I also loved that there wasn't a supervillain in sight. As fun as hero/villain fights are, its always fun to see the hero go up against "regular" problems.
@2cool4fun: And I mean no disrespect to the writer, but no one should be reading Dark Knight. It's bad.
Not so fast. The recent Clayface-centered issues were pretty good. #24 actually got a 4-star review on CBR.
Female: Alex Merkel!
I have to agree. Ever since the New 52, Arcane has been downright scary.
Oh, come on where is Anti-Monitor .
Anti-Monitor isn't so much scary as he is just...epic.
I know that you weren't trying to spark this debate, @inferiorego, but I find the whole superhero vs. nonsuperhero comics debate sort of like the whole DC vs. Marvel debate: Why do you have to limit yourself to one? Read both. (Which, you probably do).
I will always love DC and Marvel superhero books. I'm pretty sure I'll always be reading at least one title with "Batman," "Spider-Man" and "Green Lantern" in the title. At the same time though, Saga and The Wake are currently some of my favorite reads on my pull-list.
You know what, I was gonna vote Year One, which I really loved, but I ended up voting "Other," and I'm gonna say its a tie between Year One, Prey, Court of Owls, and Tower of Babel.
Probably Year One, as that was really my introduction to the character. And I know this technically doesn't count, but I also thought Tower of Babel was a great Batman-centric story. It is mostly about Batman's relationship with the League, and sort of epitomized the concept of "Batman preparedness." And, not to sound too fanboyish, but Court of Owls was all sorts of amazing.
Oh man, too many great stories to choose from.
#1) Called it
#2) Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!!!! I'm an so buying this.
DCE = Detective Comics Entertainment.
Well, that actually is true. DC did in fact get its name from Detective Comics, which was the first comic series they published, back before Batman made his debut in its pages.
Oh god, I love that one with Starfire, Jason, and Dick. Someone PLEASE put Peter Nguyen on Red Hood and the Outlaws.