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    Reviews - Batman - Annual 26

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Okay, but art suffered a few times... - Joshboyd
I'm not a huge fan of David Lopez - his look is too cartoonish, and I'm more of the Alex Ross camp - I like the characters to look a little more real. It's all personal preference, though, and Mr. Lopez isn't as cartoonish as some who are just over the top, and some who do DC universe books should just do Johnny DC (i.e. kids) books instead. All in all, a good read and I'd give the art about a 6.5 out of 10. Story-wise, a couple of jumps in the origin story had me confused how Ra's went from a sort of OK guy to a cold-blooded killer in the next version of him. Story: 8 out of 10.




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