Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne
Publish date: February 8th 2011
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
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Never liked multiple artists on one series, even if I can understand why it was done. So far, least favourite Morrison Batman stuff, but I still liked and enjoyed it.
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Not so much a cohesive story chronicling how Batman returned to life, or at least his own time, so much as it is an excuse for Grant Morrison to write Batman as a caveman, a pirate, etc. The individual stories are entertaining enough that I'd like to see Morrison on an anthology series like this. (G...
Not the greatest Batman comic in my opinion and by far not the worst. The major problem with this in the end was that it ended up feeling more along the lines of a Justice League or maybe a Superman comic. What really sets Batman comics apart is the battle with himself not to kill any of his extensi...
Neither the best nor the worst comic I've read by this author. I was confused through a lot of it, a fact that might have been alleviated if I read it closer and more carefully, but every time I tried to really give it a deep perusal, I lost interest because the secondary characters in this were by ...