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Subj: Batman 66 Review
Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 at 08:48:42 am EST (Viewed 175 times)
Um, more of Batman trapped in his dreams. In this scenario, Selina is being questioned by The Question. It's all film noir, and Selina asks for a cigarette. That's a red flag, and she goes over their relationship and The Question keeps asking why Selina left and she says she left a note.
That's pretty much the issue, but it ends with Selina saying that Bats always has an escape plan, but The Question says this is one time he doesn't, he's trapped in his dreams and that he believes he's not strong, Selina says he's strong, blah, blah, blah.
Basically, we're stalled. Selina isn't a character with agency, she's a projection of Bruce's mind. But the funny thing is, she's still exactly like King has written her.
The art was nice, but the so-called insights into Bruce and Selina are more of the same from King. It feels like he's padding to get to issue 100.
Frankly, I find this "trapped in dream" arc boring. Nothing is happening and the psychology is rather banal. I give it a 4 for the art.
Or I could be wrong.
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