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    Reviews - Batman: Scottish Connection - OGN SC

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great issue to get! - petevaldez
this is a pretty typical 'globe-trotting' batman issue, but that's not a bad thing. really, it's the delivery that makes this such a cool comic. alan grant and frank quitely (who are both scottish, by the way) really pace and tell this story in such a timeless manner. the artwork is BEAUTIFUL; lots of castles and beautiful countrysides. now that frank is a superstar on the batman books, it's easy to forget his first attempt at the character, so i would encourage you to check this out. let me know what you think!




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