Book One of Three....
|Title||:||batman run riddler run book one the road to hell|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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batman run riddler run book one the road to hell Reviews
Fairly decent, in one of those realistic-world Batman type books. Batman is Batman, and Riddler is classic 70's-camp Riddler, quite awesome in his own way - love the bit where he could have said what he needed to save his life but had to put it in a riddle, because the straightforward way was no fun - but the rest of the world is grim and down-to-earth... except the incredibly campy jazz-loving pink-armoured Japanese robot-ninjas. So yeah, it's camp, it's fun, and fairly readable, but a bit tough to stick with - Batman seems kinda out-of-focus most of the time, like he's a bit player in his own comic - Riddler steals the show all the way. It actually helps seeing him as Jim Carrey, too.
This is a review of the graphic novel of all 3 issues of 'Run Riddler Run'. A compay has a dream of a crime free Gotham, hires the Riddler as security consultant and an ex East German as a policeman. This does not work, power corrupts. An intriguing storyline, and is a look at how Batman handles social justice. The artwork is hit and miss. The Riddler acts in character, though I'm still not sure why this book is called 'Run Riddler Run'. A good read.
I picked this up because I am a big fan of The Riddler, but it turned out to be very disappointing. The Riddler is hardly shown, the art is messy, and some of the plot points don't make enough sense. Although not terrible, there are far better Batman comics out there.
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