Batman is stunned to learn that the wave of terror and death
threatening his beloved Gotham City originated closer to home
than he ever imagined, and that someone he once trusted is
responsible for the carnage. Now the streets are safe for
no one. One master criminal emerges from the shadows, taking
full advantage of the chaos, and he begins to consolidate
the underworld under his grip. Batman, aided by Nightwing,
Batgirl, Tarantula, Orpheus, Onyx and a frustrated Oracle,
gains fresh support when Tim Drake returns to the Robin uniform
although he knows there will be consequences for his actions...
Games - Act Two: Tides continues
on from where Outbreak
left off. Now we know who was responsible for starting the
war in Gotham in the first place, can it be stopped?
must be getting old, but there was a series of really nasty
torture sequences that really had me wincing - something that
a graphic novel has never managed to make me do be for. Okay,
I was far from getting pen and paper and writing a letter
of complaint to Titan (in fact, quite the opposite), but I
was certainly shocked to see that I could be moved to revulsion
by a mere comic. See, I told you I was getting old.
collection rumbles on at a pretty steady pace, not a great
deal happens and it was a shame that a lot of the characters
were really under used (Cat Woman and Batgirl, for example).
In truth, this could have been about half the length it was
and still have gotten its message across - there was a feeling
that the writers were trying to stretch everything out to
all other respects, this is a thoroughly enjoyable graphic
novel, not quite as good as the first collection, but still
worth picking up.
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