Jake's Reviews > Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul

Batman by Grant Morrison
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May 20, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: batman, graphic-novel, absurd
Read from May 19 to 20, 2012

Ra's al Ghul is a dope villain. He's dope because he's wise, masterful and cruel. That's why Darth Vader was terrific. There was an endearing quality about someone so well-informed about the world and still decides that evil is the right path for them. In this, several notable comic book writers take on the god amongst men and tries his damnedest to come back to the world after a more permanent death. Batman, Nightwing, Robin and Alfred come together to save Talia and Damian, sure, but it's mostly to prevent the Demon's Head from enduring another lifetime. It was rad, mostly because Ra's al Ghul is rad, the search for the immortal is always something to behold.
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