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    Reviews - Batman - #8

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Night of the Owls Starts! - MartyPrime
Read and loved the heck out of Batman #8! It was a great Wayne Manor invasion story - much better than any I have seen before, including the one from Batman Begins. There was a true sense of danger and the discovery of the Batcave was surprising and exciting. Scott Snyder created a suspenseful story about Bruce Wayne (not Batman) and Greg Capullo once again delivered. The backup story at first seemed to simply be a continuation of the main story but then it became clear that it takes place in the minutes between this and the next issue and serves to put into motion the “cross-overs” in a very successful way - I think I will be picking up a few of them (if not all). Night of the Owls is off to a great start!

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