• Kidnapped and tortured by the Scarecrow, The Dark Knight is finally free and looking for serious payback!

• Is this the end of Scarecrow’s reign of terror? Not by a long shot…

Story by Gregg Hurwitz
Art by David Finch
Colors by Sonia Oback
Letters by Dezi Sienty
Cover by David Finch & Nathan Fairbairn

Price: $2.99
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twobirdsandalaugh11/28/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. This Scarecrow arc has run a little long but I still like this book.

  2. I started this book on issue 10 and love it. That zero issue month stalled everything, it seemed like I waited forever for the stories to pick up again.

  3. The writing is solid and the art is beautiful. Sympathy for the Scarecrow- nice to see him as a 3 dimensional character. The moments with Robin were sweet too.

  4. This is a better book now than it has ever been…the new writer is excellent.

  5. The panel in which Robin first appears, but you don’t see him, is one of my favorite images from any book recently. I thought the ending was a great springboard to the next phase.

  6. Nobody on Earth writes better dialogue for Penguin than Hurwitz.

  7. This issue was great. I’m glad that Finch can just focus on doing art now, it’s so much better. This is one of the most underrated Batman books right now.

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