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Jim Aparo
Birth date: August 24, 1932
Died: July 19, 2005
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 3 years ago
So many feels. First of all, this is pretty fucked up. Like, Joker becomes a UN ambassador fucked up. And for reals, that happens in this. I mean, it was like the writers asked how gross they could make me feel, and then put all that stuff in there. But the worst is Jason Todd's mother. ...
emaree
emaree rated it 6 years ago
A really weak, dated Batman story. 20% decent storyline, with Batman angsting over his decision to take on Jason Todd as a replacement Robin, and 80% Batman punching a lot of "terrorists" out in the Middle East (and beating up and drugging a few women for variety). The colouring is well done, but th...
target acquired
target acquired rated it 6 years ago
Green Arrow: "That's my whole point... it's like Darwinism or something... we're gradually weeding out all the just-plain-average goons, gradually improving the strain..."superstar Alan Moore visited the DC Universe many times - and tore shit up with each visit. this graphic novel collects his takes...
brandonsears
brandonsears rated it 6 years ago
I spent the majority of my review for Knightfall: Volume 1 gushing over how much I enjoyed the story and how pumped up it made me for The Dark Knight Rises. Having just finished Volume 2 and seen The Dark Knight Rises twice, I can easily say that I enjoyed this collection on a much higher level.I'm...
sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it 7 years ago
OMG. Jean-Paul Valley is a certified badass, and I can't wait to see how much of this Knightfall arc is contained in The Dark Knight Rises. Because from the trailers, it seems to almost be exactly what they're doing.
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