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‘Batman Beyond #44’ (review)

Written by Dan Jurgens
Art by Sean Chen
Published by DC Comics

 

This is a great title.

Writer Dan Jurgens has written the definitive stories for this character. The book is consistently full of action and drama. It is also never boring.

I have enjoyed this interpretation very much and I hope it continues for a long time to come!

The beginning of this issue was fairly nuts.

We start off “Decades from Now” which is interesting enough.

There is a guy named Mr. Zero who is talking about taking out Damian way permanently. He looks to be the leader of a cult. They crowd chants his name.

Just what in the heck is going on here?

We then cut to the future. Terry Mcginnis is flying with a wounded Damian Wayne in tow. Terry tells Bruce that he is going to bring Damian to the hospital. Bruce tells Terry to bring him to the cave. Terry agrees and then heads on over to the Batcave!

When they get to the Batcave, they uncover a dark secret: Damian is no longer in charge of the League of Assassins.

Even worse, Mr. Zero wants to destroy all of humanity. Things go from bad to worse.

Now Terry, Bruce, and Damian have to team up to stop Mr. Zero.

The book is quite exciting. Jurgens really knows what he is doing in writing this. Sean Chen is doing amazing work on the art as well. This is a consistently good book that deserves more attention.

RATING: B+

 

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