A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
When Batman is going through the filing cabinet, searching for Bullock's file, he passes a file for J. Barr (James O'Barr), who is the creator of "The Crow" comic book series. He also passes an "N. Bate" file, which could be a reference to Norman Bates from Psycho (1960). See more »
You know, they used to call Killer Croc the meanest dude in the wrestling federation. Now, they'll call him the guy who iced the Batman.
Don't hold your breath.
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"Spider Conway" is set to testify against high-level Gotham crime boss "Rupert Thorne" but the boat transporting him is blown up.Things point to Harvey Bullock actually being in cahoots with Thorne which seems the opposite of what it should be, but something isn't right. Is the Gotham District Attorney a crook? Batman thinks so but Commissioner Gordon says "No, he may be a jerk but he's an honest cop. For once, I hope your instincts are wrong, Batman?"
One thing for sure: this is another episode with great graphics - in fact - "fantastic" would be a better description. Man, there are a lot of incredibly-drawn scenes in this one.
This is a good episode, and not just because of the artwork. It's interesting and also involves a strange-looking newcomer to the mix as well as keeping us guessing about Bullock.
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