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Frank miller has definately lost his touch here. The dialogue is laughable and the storyline very thin. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Batfan
I have to say it's the worst Batman story I've read, especially considering what a great writer it came from.
It re-writes Robin's origin and it just .. Read more
If you're interested in a Batman story wherein the titular hero is a deranged, murdering lunatic with all the charm and likability of a child molester, I heartily recommend ASBAR. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mrs Anne Dove
This is a uniquely different take on the Batman and Robin team up. Many fans seem to dislike this storyline. Read morePublished 7 months ago by James Ashley
So reading both sides of reviews, and debating whether to buy this, i finally decided to do so.
I didn't have high or low expectations, even having read a few good ones such... Read more
When I heard Frank Miller (one the best writers in comics) was teaming up with Jim Lee (one of the best artists in comics) to write a Batman (one of the best chraracters in comics)... Read morePublished on 28 Sept. 2011 by Dehumanizer
I'll be honest. My first read through of this material was in single comic format, often spread several months apart, making the somewhat disjointed story seem utterly incoherent. Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2010 by Knight_77
The artwork is more than perfect (looks in constant motion if you know what i mean), the story is very strong,
the batman profile is awesome(similar to red son batman), and... Read more
Hard-boiled in a joyously over-the-top and energetic way.
If you like the idea of an almost lunatic Batman punching
things very hard whilst shouting 'I'M THE GODDAMN... Read more