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    Reviews - Batman - #663

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Lord save us we have to read TEXT!!! - BesseB
This is Grant Morrison, what did you expect. He is trying something different, something new, relax, reading more than the usual stock super-hero word balloons won't kill you. Has everyone just forgot how revolutionary "Arkham Asylum" was? Or is the average comic reader simply sleepwalking back into a force-fed diet of sheltered mediocrity? Well Rob Liefeld's back in comics so I guess anything is possible.



Less Like A Comic Book More Like Fan Fiction - wieners
I really didn't enjoy this comic. The art seemed like poorly made CGI fan art and the story made The Joker way out of character. It seemed like some goth poetry and I really disliked it.




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