Review by: RecksDeud

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Story by David Liss
Art by Jefte Palo
Colors by Jean-Francois Beaulieu
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Patrick Zircher & Andy Troy

Size: 0 pages
Price: 2.99

David Liss, I think I’m done with you. In this issue, we find Batma–er–BLACK PANTHER, The most Dangerous Man Alive!, teaming with Commisioner Gord–I mean, Det. Kurtz, to solve a string of, you guessed it, MURDERS! In all fairness, what could have been a straight Batman rip went unique when T’Challa and the detective got nose-to-nose about the extent of Black Panther’s involvement, Det. Kurtz telling him to his face that he can’t deputize him into service, or that T’Challa doesn’t have permission to run amok, as it were. Whereas Gordon encourages Batman to solve the crimes and get directly involved, Black Panther is given no such leeway. Unfortunately, after this set up, the rest of the issue is basically an excuse to look at Jefte Palo and Jean-Francois Beaulieu’s beautiful, if slightly stiff, art. I think, with this point-1 issue, instead of jumping on, I’ll be jumping off.

Story: 2 - Average
Art: 4 - Very Good

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