Review by: keith7198

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Avg Rating: 4.4
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Art and cover by CHRIS BURNHAM
Variant cover by FRAZER IRVING

Size: 32 pages
Price: 2.99

“Batman Incorporated” #6 finally puts a little more structure to writer Grant Morrison’s bigger vision. Throughout the series I’ve felt I had a good idea where everything was heading but this issue hints at a more specific direction. In this issue, Morrison’s writing ranges from fantastic to quirky but it all works fairly well. The only problem is there is so much happening. I wish Morrison would have toned down a few things to build up the upcoming plot direction more. But this is a mild gripe. Overall he does a fine job.

Chris Burnham handles the art in place of Yanick Paquette and does a serviceable job. Burnham does nothing to distract from the story and in many ways seems give it a Frank Quitely look. It works in many places but I wasn’t “wowed” by hisĀ art. I wasn’t crazy with some of his characters, particularly Bruce Wayne, who at times looked a little wacky. But while I do prefer Paquette, Burnham is no slouch and does fit well with Morrison.

“Batman Incorporated” #6 is starting to lay it’s path. I’ve been patient, waiting for Grant Morrison to go off the rails and lose me as a reader. Luckily that hasn’t happened. I’m still enjoying this book and I’m anxious to see it all pan out.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 3 - Good

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