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Welcome to Arkham Asylum, Mitch Shelley. No one believes you when you say you gain new powers every time you're reborn. And no one is going to let you die to prove it. You're going to be here a long, long time...

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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

Not As Insane As It Should Be 0

Ivan Reis delivers his best cover on this series since the first issue, but the writing is getting further from the brilliance where this series began. Putting Mitch in Arkham Asylum was a brilliant move, but Abnett and Lanning don't really take full advantage of the situation they put him in. Instead of being the main plotline of this issue, Arkham serves only as the antagonistic force preventing Mitch's true escape after being whisked away from the forces seeking him out. I'm ok with the tempo...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Careful now 0

This issue arrives a little bit out of context and thus more or less non-sequitur to the rest of the series thus far.  There is a decent concept behind it, that of a non-crazy person stuck in Arkham Asylum, but it more or less suffers from the common problem with Gotham - superpowers feel out of place.  Mitch makes his way through various levels of the Asylum reaching finally to the highest security area.  After spending most of the issue fighting back psychological torments he finally gets a ch...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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