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Batman: Riddler And The Riddle Factory

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Riddler starts his own riddle show. That isn't good...
In this issue the Riddler has a new public access TV show where he humiliates and exposes the secrets of the rich, all the while giving his audience a chance to win money or experience pai, depending on wether they answer it correctly or not.
Batman and Gordon are on the case, especially when they find out that on hi
Paperback, 50 pages
Published 1995 by DC Comics
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Jun 26, 2016 milster rated it did not like it
Boring and predictable. The Riddler is the host of pirate TV show where he exposes the dirt of Gotham's elite (which usually end tragically for the gossiped). I wish this part is explored with more depth, but no. But in fact, he searches for the hidden gold, by occupying the places he is holding up while hosting the show. For the most smartest person in Gotham, I found that plan to be implausible and tough to swallow. And his portrayal here doesn't do him any justice, Riddler is mostly laughing ...more
I'm a huge fan of the Riddler and would like to say I enjoyed this story more, but it doesn't quite work. The Riddler has one of the most convoluted plans I've ever seen, and I'm not sure the plan would actually work. Certainly the logistics of it, and the ridiculously quick sensation that his show becomes with no publicity behind it seems hard to believe. Plus, this is not my favorite type of Riddler portrayal; he's too silly and laughing like a maniac. It makes him too much like the Joker. Clo ...more
Mar 17, 2015 Angela rated it liked it
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The Riddler has his own TV program where he dishes scandal on celebrities. What is he really up to? This is quite a fun, little story. It has a lot to say about people on want to be on TV, and the power of it. The Riddler isn't really doing anything wrong, so the police have nothing on him. A good read.
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Matt Wagner is an American comic book writer and artist. In addition to his creator-owned series' Mage and Grendel, he has also worked on comics featuring The Demon and Batman as well as such titles as Sandman Mystery Theatre and Trinity, a DC Comics limited series featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.
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