Review: Batman Arkham #1 – Comics for Sinners

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Published on February 4th, 2014 | by Richard Boom

Review: Batman Arkham #1

batmanARK1Titan Magazines is having a party and is reprinting USA-comics in a neat UK-format, doubling and even TRIPLING the fun as we see Batman collide with Catwoman in the reprint of Batman: Arkham Unhinged #1, we see a Mad Hatter be deadly in The Dark Knight #20 and we see a love interest from the past come back to attack Gotham and Wayne in Detective Comics #21.

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Harper Row from Detective Comics #0 comes around a corner to brighten up the Shadows in Detective Comics #21 as Batman is overtaken by memories of bliss and darkness and Harper will help… whether Batman wants to or not. The sultry yet deadly Shadow Ninja is up to no good but artist Scot Eaton makes sure to work every angle in this adrenaline-filled issue! Almost every panel is to be drooled upon!

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The Mad Hatter storyline in is set to explode as Jervis Tetch sets out to make sure Wayne get hurt a lot… indirectly. Jervis Tetch kidnaps Natalys júst as Bruce wants to tell her about his double life. Artist Ethan Van Sciver gets Maleev-stylized artwork as the darkness sets in!

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Catwoman, Two Face and Batman are the lást on the list of Dr Hugo Strange, who is turning Arkham into Arkham City megaprison with all the crazy in tact. Catwoman is not about to let Batman save her or even assist her and will not even stop to hug it out with him. Artist Mike S. Miller makes sure all her best ‘angles’ are shown to the reading public and we can all be grateful for that!

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Titan Magazines made a smash hit with combining these 3 sizzling issues and hand them over to the public for a mere 2.99 Euro!

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About the Author

Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".



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