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If you were an English lit major in college, you definitely had classes with that kid who took everything (including him/herself) way, way too seriously.
You know, the ones who wrote term papers with a feather quill (possibly, after a night of heavy drinking—because that’s what Hemingway did, you know—using a vial of their own blood for ink); organized open mic poetry slams that featured what were intended to be profound statements on the human condition, but were really just incoherent strings
Batman needs Psycho Pirate to undo the mental damage he inflicted on Gotham Girl – except he’s holed up on the island prison of Santa Prisca, Bane’s domain! For his daring kidnap mission, Batman must assemble his own Suicide Squad, an unlikely assortment of characters including the Ventriloquist, Bronze Tiger, Jewelee and Punchee, and Catwoman. Will he succeed or will Bane once more break the Bat?
Rebirth has been a stream of disappointments except for Tom King’s Batman so I’m pleased to say that
Batman is indeed committing professional suicide. This is the worst Batman comic I’ve read in a long time.
The good? The artwork is nice. But it’s not enough to save a razor thin “shock value” plot, bad dialog, and shallow characterization.
If you haven’t read Knightfall then maybe this will seem new, but this tries to take a fresh twist on that classic and inimitable storyline, in which Bane breaks Batman’s back. And what is that new twist, what is Batman now obsessed with doing? Breaking Bane’s