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Batman by Paul Dini
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Dec 02, 11

bookshelves: cover-love, comics, magic, monsters, mystery, superhumans
Read on December 01, 2011

Don't go in looking for an overarching story arc. There isn't one, and there doesn't need to be. It's simply a collection of really good Batman stories, written mostly but not entirely by Paul Dini. There's the introduction of a new Ventriloquist, a continuation of the reformed Riddler arc, a newly reformed Harley Quinn, a team-up with Zatanna, and even a story with the Terrible Trio (those guys in the animal masks). Yes, they're all one or two issue stories, but they're solid and very enjoyable to read. The art, by Don Kramer and Andy Clarke, is uniformly excellent. And the covers? Amazing. Absolutely worth the price of admission.
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message 1: by Stephen (new)

Stephen I haven't read anything by Paul Dini yet, but this looks good. Nice review, Sesana.

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