Batman: The Black Mirror

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Batman: The Black Mirror

Batman: The Black Mirror

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It's one of the best Batman books out there and is destined to become a classic - what're you waiting for? It clearly shows when Dick Grayson dons the Batman costume as his personality is less menacing than Bruce Wayne’s and he makes a couple of jokes or two towards his enemies.

If you're looking for a good Batman story that doesn't have a lot of Batman, this is a great book to read. His covers are amazing, particularly the Joker one which was partially made up of bats, but really they were all excellent and I loved the way he draws Grayson swooping through the Gotham skyline as if he were still in a circus big top on the trapeze. I suppose my biggest fascination (and problem) with Batman stories has always been the hero's complete inability (and often, his refusal) to really conquer evil. For Batman that's never a good thing, especially if you’re Dick Grayson, the original Robin, now stepping into the shoes of your mentor. No wonder he's rocking the main Batman title still, even after four years since the launch of New 52.As I said in the previous review, There are epic tales of the Bruce Wayne Batman that everyone mentions: The Killing Joke, The Dark Knight, Year One, The Long Halloween, the list goes on and on. Dick learns that he has been out for 9 hours, and rushes to confront Etienne Guiborg before he can leave on a plane, but during the confrontation Etienne Guiborg transforms into a creature similar to Man-Bat. Writing about Dick Grayson as Batman isn’t easy, it’s not like just doing it as if Bruce was still in the suit. James Gordon Junior also tells Dick he knew he was Batman when he saw Batman smiling in television due to Bruce Wayne not smiling. Commissioner Gordon approaches Wayne Enterprises to use their state-of-the-art crime lab built for the GCPD, which has gone unused out of spite from the department.

His mission has been to mentally destroy Dick Grayson, as the "weakest man in Gotham" with the most empathy he's ever seen. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.Great art and great story, with a focus not on weird comic book silly villains but on the real evil real people can do, so the creepy horror is somehow more real in this story than in other Batman stories. James Gordon manages to deduce the Peter Pan killer as Roy Blount because Roy had met the children because of his cleaning business and has burns on his arm and neck. I also loved the relationship shown between Commissioner Jim Gordon and Dick Grayson as Jim Gordon holds the same respect for Dick that he held for Bruce Wayne. I'm thinking I might have to hunt around or ask opinions as to the best of the Batmans and Supermans now.

As the latter, he works with Commissioner Gordon, using a state-of-the-art, high-tech crime lab that the Wayne Foundation built for the Gotham City Police Department and filling in for Bruce Wayne at certain social and business functions.Upon taking the Cowl, he already has unique relationships with the members of the Batman family that are different from that of Bruce Wayne. This collection explores how Grayson, who has his own personal issues, finds his own niche in the Batman family dynamic as the new Caped Crusader.

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