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I thought it was a pretty fun issue, I liked that the original clayface was used.
One thing, this is the first issue I've picked up since issue two so maybe I missed it, but was the Two Face back up part of an on going plot thread?
So no redemptive arc that would make deciding to make him a DA again sound like a sane idea? It's a comic so I'm used to crazy ideas, and it could very well be a ploy and not a sincere offer but I was just wondering what lead up to it.
I haven't been reading detective and just got it because of the crossover but has black mask always been able to control peoples minds or is that new do they explain that in another issue
The ninjas was what got me because they literally came out of NOWHERE. Which, of course, is what ninjas are supposed to do, but...WHAT?
"Okay, I know I said I wasn't going to shake things up, but we're going to have to get some pants on this one."
Since when did Black Mask have mind controlling powers?
David Finch poisoned the well for me. Ugh.
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I thought it was pretty "meh." The art was great, but the tale was just so "blah." I liked all the inmates attacking the Talons, but what happened to the Talons? Surely they weren't killed by a bunch of crazies.
I did like this issue, but it feels odd considering how in Batman Bruce hasn't left the manor yet, so it feels a bit jilted to me. I'm sure it'll make more sense to me once all the Night of Owls business is done with.
Overall I did like it, and hopefully we'll be getting some Arkham Asylum shenanigans in the future. Seriously, why can't they ever get a sane individual to run this place?