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Batman 1: Failsafe

Batman 1: Failsafe

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Scott Snyder is probably the gold standard I look to because he took really big swings with the title. We are proud to be different and embrace standing apart on a book mountain by working from a virtual inventory which allows us to provide thousands of books that may be difficult to get for your bookshelf or your studies.

Honestly, this entire thing is kind of dumb—had Zdarsky not included this nonsense, the story wouldn’t have changed at all, so it just remains pointless. Unaware to all, this triggers the activation of Failsafe, a programmed AI machine hidden away within the recesses of the Bat cave with only one mission: to put an end to Batman when he crosses the line.

Right from the get-go, he establishes a vulnerable Batman ruminating on his recent nightmares and the fear of being unable to stop the worse from happening to those around him, those who put their lives in his hands to fight a war he originally wanted to embrace alone. This was a truly great story, maybe even better than the main one, that perfectly showcases Batman's personality, his fears and his relationship with Joker. Bruce fails to control his emotions and plans to leave Daniel Captio when Daniel shows Bruce a picture of Alfred and Dana shot in the head, enraging Bruce. The story implies that the main threat to Batman right now is the Batman of Zur-en-Arrh, the backup personality he created to protect himself from mental intrusion. After working well with Daredevil I really am interested to see where Zdarsky takes the Dark Knight and hopefully he gets to cover some less well worn territory.

It got corrupted because the Penguin had decided to fake his death and frame Batman for it and, instead of trying to solve that problem, Failsafe is going all out to stop him. mythos, to the actual extent that the architect of the only credible plan to kill Batman is Batman himself? Affably Evil: Despite being a huge killer robot working for the Underbroker, the Executor is surprisingly polite and genial to both Catwoman and the other criminals. It touches on so many historic Batman moments to tell an all new story of Bruce being pushed to his limits.We’ve seen him falling from a skyscraper through a roof of a lower building, and walking away just fine.



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