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DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE #3 COLLECTOR’S EDITION

(Dark Knight III: The Master Race #3)

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The hardest thing for Batman is to admit his greatest strength: He’s just one man, and sometimes he needs help. With so much at stake, will he turn to help of the Super variety?
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published February 24th 2016 by DC Comics
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Sam Quixote
The evil Kandorians (the “Master Race” of the subtitle) are free of their miniature glass prison and, thanks to The Atom, are regular-sized. Their nutso leader Quar tell Earth what they want (which is the same thing Donald Trump wants): to be worshipped as Gods! But don’t worry because pensioner Batman and unfrozen Superman are here to fight back the crazy with their own brand of angst!

In issue #3 of Dark Knight III we finally get to hear from Bruce Wayne – but is that a good thing? This is fro
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Gianfranco Mancini




A good issue with the predictable and expected coming back to action of Superman and Batman in two great splash pages that make you almost hear John Williams and Danny Elfman (Hans Zimmer if you are more a Nolan's Batman than a Tim Burton one) themes.
Lara's embracing of her kryptonian heritage as one of the "Master Race" was predictable too, but Kubert's art raise the final score for good.



Sadly mad kryptonians kamikaze exploding on cities instead of just levelling them to ground makes not much s
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Mark
May 03, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Batman fans
Shelves: 2016, comic
So enter the third episode of the Dark Knight III - the master race, with Bruce Wayne finally seeking out the Super boyscout because he is the one possible opposition against his own kind. This Bruce Wayne is a spend man whose return to his role a knight defending his world might be more than he physically might handle.

Like in the movie Batman versus Superman you always cheer on the Dark Knight be cause he is human, fallible and one bad hombre when compared to the Super Boyscout. With Batman you
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David Schaafsma
Mar 05, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: batman
I'm a little confused. I only give this three stars because I am not sure what is going on but this as a whole seems less coherent than anything we have seen so far in the series, the third volume of DK, #3. I will look around for any reviews to help me with this, but for now. . .

The evil Kandorians are the “Master Race," and they open this one. Their leader is Quar, nothing too interesting there, they make demands, they want everything. Bruce Wayne shows up in this one, too. He and Carrie visi
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Jedi JC Daquis
After three issues, DKIII doesn't live up to its hype. This latest installment made this promising series fall into the generic storyline zone, a plot where someone wants to be a god and rule the world, and someone has to stop him.

It felt distant from what I expected DKIII would be: a back to the grassroots of the original DK that truly embodied what it meant to be the Dark Knight. This current arc of DKIII felt like a filler one, a sour milk for hungry fans. I thought "Master Race" refers to Ba
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Jerry Jose
Sep 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
So Superman is almost back, and the Gulliver turned Liliput Kandor is the new Al Quaida. Except those annoying tweets, hashtags and smileys that give you cancer, everything is pure gold.

And the most badass Batman panel in a long time.
Logan
Mar 08, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Well the art was better, and the story is picking up!
Nick Nguyen
3.5 stars

Luis Reséndiz
Mar 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: canasta-básica
esta serie está resultando mucho mejor de lo que esperaba. (aunque lo que yo esperaba rayaba en el cero.) no es un cómic de batman, a pesar de lo que diga el título, y el merchandising. es un evento de mediana escala, un evento que pesa más por los nombres de los autores implicados (y por la publicidad que se le ha hecho, que borda lo demencial de tan hypeada) que por lo que narra; un evento del que se espera mucho nomás porque es secuela de uno de los mejores comics del canon superheroico --y t ...more
Shawn Birss
Aaaaaand this is the last one of the DKIII issues that I read before the whole thing is published together. When it is, I'll be borrowing a copy before considering buying one. Might it be good? Perhaps. So far, it's difficult to tell.
David Dalton
Apr 08, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ohhh, getting even better! Bringing in Superman from his self-imposed exile. Loved the ending. More story than action this time around...but both the art and story are A+. Super series, and yes, I will get the whole thing once it is collected in book form.
Russell
Powerful use of artwork here, and an interesting update on social commentary and how Dark Knight Returns was about media and here social media has taken over. Interested to see where this goes. Again, I wish it was higher in content.
Deirdre
Apr 01, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As a BIG fan of Frank Miller's Batman series, I am enjoying these and cannot wait for Book 4 to come out.
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