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Review: Batman Rebirth

Abel Loza Abel Loza
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September 29th, 2016

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Review: Batman Rebirth
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Review of: Batman Rebirth
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Very Good

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4
On September 29, 2016
Last modified:September 29, 2016

Summary:

There is a lot to like in this “reboot” of the Batman main title. If you are a Batman fan, I would highly suggest picking up this series, if you haven’t already. I really like the direction they are going towards in these new arcs, with humor and villains we have not seen on the Batman main series in a long time.

Review of: Batman Rebirth
Price:
Very Good

Reviewed by:
Rating:

4
On September 29, 2016
Last modified:September 29, 2016

Summary:

There is a lot to like in this “reboot” of the Batman main title. If you are a Batman fan, I would highly suggest picking up this series, if you haven’t already. I really like the direction they are going towards in these new arcs, with humor and villains we have not seen on the Batman main series in a long time.

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Batman: Rebirth is a very popular title for DC Comics, as they continue to move towards the climax of their newest story arcs. Our Abel Loza takes a deep dive into the series and to the effect the Batman: Rebirth arc is having on the Caped Crusader.

Review: Batman Rebirth

The newest issue of Batman just dropped on Wednesday September 21st,

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Batman Rebirth

  • 4

Very Good

There is a lot to like in this “reboot” of the Batman main title. If you are a Batman fan, I would highly suggest picking up this series, if you haven’t already. I really like the direction they are going towards in these new arcs, with humor and villains we have not seen on the Batman main series in a long time.

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One Comment

  1. Rob says:

    I could not disagree more. I enjoyed pre-Flashpoint Bats. Snyder/Capullo Bats was widely–and IMO, correctly–acclaimed for quality in both story and art. After enjoying their run I was slightly cautious about a new team taking over, but I’ve been trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. For seven issues now.

    But–for me–this line just is not working. Where the storytelling doesn’t plod, it’s badly cliched. The dialogue is one cringe-inducing bit of silliness after another. The key players (Alfred, Gordon, even Batman) play as being either inexplicably distant from one another (for characters that have known each other for years), or else being wildly illogical/out of character.

    I hoped we would get something different and good, but we just haven’t. This line doesn’t need praise, it needs damage control, and it needs it *quick*. Thank goodness Bat-fans have at least two decent other lines to turn to, because this one is a hot mess

    I know, put 10 people in a room and you’ll get 10 different opinions. This is just mine.

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