That Bats sure does keep busy: this volume manages to showcase some very familiar faces (Poison Ivy, Jim Gordon, Two-Face, and a bakers dozen of other villains, among others) as well as introduce some interesting new ones (the shapely Bruce Wayne lurve interest Jaina Hudson and the ludicrously antagonistic internal affairs cop Forbes most notably).
And, while I enjoyed the story and the extremely on-point art I was held back a bit by wondering just where in the overarching bat-continuity this storyline falls- before, during, or after the events of Court of Owls, etc.? Just how long have Bruce and Comm. Gordon known each other? And how do the Justice Leaguers fit into all this? Things ultimately beyond the individual title author's control, I know, so no points docked, but definitely something the DC Overlords should address sooner or later if they are going to be running 3 or 4 different Batman titles concurrently!
very interesting story bring modern day dark knight to life
Another great 52! All the great characters and a new one...well 2? Aji and the white rabbit. Cannot wait to see what she/they get up to.
Collects the first few issues of The Dark Knight, one of the Batman series in the New 52. Much of the collection revolves around the Scarecrow, with a supernatural element to it all, and a new character, a White Rabbit who's playing both sides. Finch's art is solid as always.
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