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‘Batman Beyond #49’ (review)

Written by Dan Jurgens 
Art by Paul Pelletier
Published by DC Comics
Buy it Digitally from comiXology

 

This comic is the penultimate issue of the series. And what a series it has been!

Writer Dan Jurgens has been doing an extraordinary job month in and month out with this book. It is a shame to see it end but it has been a great adventure getting to this point.

Terry Mcginnis is stuck in a different place in time as this issue begins and needs to get back to his timeline.

To do this, he needs to defeat the villainous Blanque. This may prove to be tougher than he had originally thought with this task.

Bruce Wayne is around and he cannot know that Terry is there in the timeline.

Booster Gold spends the issue trying to keep Terry hidden from Bruce’s ever watching eyes.

Things get really tense as this issue progresses.

Terry eventually comes face to face with Blanque.

But something completely crazy happens here. It is something that I just didn’t see coming. It affects time and space and everything in between. It is also completely awesome.

The story is great! Jurgens seems determined to end his time writing this series on a high note. The art by Pelletier is suitable for this as well.

It feels like it is going to be one hell of an ending on this series and I can’t wait to see what happens to conclude it.

RATING: B+

 

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