Comic Book Review- Batman Issue 54

After The Wedding and the Cold Days controversy, I started to doubt Tom King as the principle writer of DC Comics latest Batman series. However, with issue 54, my hope for King has been partially restored.

The story, titled ‘The Better Man,’ shows Dick Grayson returning to Gotham City after Catwoman left Batman at the altar. Grayson tries to cheer Bruce Wayne up. As he helps Batman patrol Gotham, they encounter villains like Crazy Quilt and the Condiment King. As the story unfolds, Dick remembers his early days as Robin, seeing how Bruce Wayne mentored him and how they bonded over something so simple.

This story is what was needed after the slap in the face of ‘The Wedding.’ It is a heartwarming story. You don’t see those very often in Batman tales, but it is a welcome break after the hardship.

I would also like to say Matt Wagner, he did a great job as an artist with this issue 54. He nailed the tone, the vibe, and the story on a very impressive level.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me about your thoughts. While you are at it, check out these articles: ‘Rian Johnson Doubles Down On Terrible Luke Plot‘ and This Mainstream Media Parody Proves Comedy Isn’t Dead. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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