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Batman Beyond #35 Review

Lot's of great action, character development and a wonderful cliffhanger make this a great issue - even if the art is not up to par.

True enough, Matt. We need to take care of False Face and The Splitt fast. Which is exactly why I need to place a call to someone special.

Bruce Wayne

Written by: Dan Jurgens
Pencils by: Rick Leonardi
Inks by: Ande Parks
Colours by: Chris Sotomayor
Letters by: Travis Lanham
Cover by: Chris Samnee & Matthew Wilson
Variant Cover by: Christ Stevens & Sunny Gho
Release Date: August 28, 2019

False Face is still parading as Batman and now wants to team up with The Splitt – but only for his own motives. Terry is still left with no memory in Neo-Gotham getting hassled by GPD. While Bruce, Matt and Melanie plot to put a stop to all of this and get Terry back in the Batsuit.

We get a great origin story for The Splitt in this issue and we also get a special appearance by an old Justice League member. Old being the key word here.

Jurgens lays out a great conundrum for us and sets up the next issue with a wonderful cliffhanger. Art is few and far between in this issue, however, and takes away from the overall enjoyment. We get some paint by numbers style work in a good chunk of the panels.

Lot’s of great action, character development and a wonderful cliffhanger make this a great issue – even if the art is not up to par.

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Batman Beyond #35

$3.99
7.5

Writing

8.5/10

Art

6.5/10

Pros

  • The Splitt Origin
  • Ten to the rescue
  • Quick guest appearance

Cons

  • Wonky art

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