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    Default PREVIEW: Batman #16

    I'm kind of new to the concept, so maybe there's an obvious answer. But aren't we usually getting a preview of the issue before it comes out? What's up?

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    Yeah, seems like it'd usually be up by now.

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    I'd rather no preview. But, I'm not saying I wouldn't read it if it was there.

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    Yeah, if spoiler-free reviews are already going up, then I think we're not going to get a preview. Just as well, 'cause this issue in particular is supposed to be really shocking and messed up, from what I've heard.

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    Newsarama's got you covered with the preview:
    http://www.newsarama.com/php/multime....php?aid=48512
    And it also gives the comic a perfect score in an advance review.
    Here's to hoping this isn't the usually over-hyped praise for Scott Snyder. Then again, I've mostly enjoyed the Joker arc so far, so, who knows...?

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    I'm not even going to look at that. More and more I've been finding that I'm feeling a bit more old school about reading comics meaning I simply want to be surprised by what happens in the comics I read as I would have been when I first started reading rather than to feel like I've already read it. There was after all no internet to get such things on back at that time and I think I like that better than all the internet spoiling and hyping that happens now.
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    Characters come and go, revamped and revisited. But as long as you enjoyed them, remember them and continue to appreciate them, then that character, your hero or heroine, will always exist.

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    This looks amazing. I havent been a fan of theoast few issues but this one reminds me of Batman 5. Well done. Awesome.

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    Default PREVIEW: Batman #16

    "DEATH OF THE FAMILY" continues!
    Batman heads into his showdown with The Joker as the madman's plan is finally revealed - in Arkham Asylum!
    It all lead's into next month's terrifying conclusion!
    And in the backup story, in the midst of The Joker's assault on Batman and his allies, get a secret glimpse into what started The Crown Prince of Crime on his horrifying journey!


    Full preview here.

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    Looks like it's finally a return to form after 2 average issues. Can't wait.

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    Awe, how romantic

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    Here's a review. I warn now, SPOILERS within: DEATH OF THE FAMILY REVIEWS: BATMAN 16, BATGIRL 16, BATMAN & ROBIN 16

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    Looking forward to this

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    Why are their feet so bloody? And how is the joker putting an electric current in the water? Through what conducter is the current coming from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Allen123 View Post
    Why are their feet so bloody? And how is the joker putting an electric current in the water? Through what conducter is the current coming from?
    Maybe each cell floor is wired to shock out of control inmates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Allen123 View Post
    And how is the joker putting an electric current in the water? Through what conducter is the current coming from?
    Dude, you're reading a comic, who cares?

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