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Name: Raymond Bari

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I am partial to David Finch’s art, so I have been enjoying the title for that at least. Though the…

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Another solid issue from Waid & Co. I’ve been lucky enough to have Daredevil have been consistently good throughout my…

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I’ll admit it–I am not the biggest fan of DC’s New 52. Among the few DC titles I still enjoy,…

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RKB's Recent Comments
March 16, 2013 5:20 pm Wow. What a great series finale - - I literally cried my eyes out. When this show first aired, I was skeptical that it could match Geoff John's comic and disliked the whole star trek/team aspect of the series...now I desperately wish that CN would give the show 5 seasons and a movie. Great stories, Great Voice Actors, it's really a shame to see this show go. Bruce Timm has the midas touch.
October 8, 2012 4:05 pm I totally concur about NPH being a fantastic flash (anyone who has seen justice league frontier knows this)...however, would he be cheaper than Bradley Cooper? I feel like DC will want to tie these actors down for as long as possible for as little money as possible.
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May 23, 2012 8:53 pm I think it was a joke about the All Star Batman and Robin series where dick grayson first had a hood and batman said it was too easy for criminals to just pull the hood over his head and mess up his vision. Also --potential spoiler--the hood was rather pertinent in this issue itself.
May 23, 2012 6:15 pm It's hard to believe that this is same Johns that writes Justice League. If you've been enjoying this title, definitely pick up this issue. Ivan Reis. 'Nuff Said. 5/5
May 23, 2012 6:13 pm Between Snyder's Batman and Tomasi's Batman and Robin, I had just about forgiven DC for basically undoing most of Morrison's work. However, Batman, Incorporated #1 reminds me why Morrison's Batman run is probably one of the best ever. This issue made me long for Batman Incorporated to still be a major part of Wayne Enterprises and that Dick Grayson still donned his Batsuit. The pacing of this issue is fantastic and not enough can be said about Burnham's art. While Snyder is delivering some top notch Batman action over in his title, I truly believe that this title is the one to watch. It's literally such a breath of fresh air, from the art to the story itself. If only Batman Incorporated Morrison were writing Action Comics. Sigh. Anyways, if your a fan of Morrison's Batman run, definitely pick this up. 5/5
April 8, 2012 3:50 pm this series has really hit its stride! It is fantastic that its able to engage adults and children alike, DC Animation is the best!
April 8, 2012 3:50 pm this serious has really hit its stride! It is fantastic that its able to engage adults and children alike, DC Animation is the best!
March 31, 2012 4:48 pm Man, this series just keeps getting better and better--my only gripe is that each ep is only 20 minutes! As usual, Timm & Co.'s understanding of the characters makes even a standalone episode like this one compelling. If only Hollywood would take note!
March 28, 2012 4:59 pm I definitely agree with you about Bendis's portion of the story (which, at least for me, extends to most of the titles he's currently writing). I respect him for this contributions to Marvel and I know, hands down, he is one of the best writers in the medium, but I think I am a little burnt out on him. Maybe its my fault, but his titles haven't really been drawing me in like they used to and it seems like he's hitting the same plot points over and over again. I often find myself saying, "Not another New Avengers-Norman Osborn fight!" Hopefully, the rotating writers during the AvX event will keep things interesting. Also, great to have you back Akamuu! You're early reviews always help me decide what to pick up at my LCS!