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Batman Beyond Vol. 1: Escaping the Grave (Rebirth) (Batman Beyond Rebirth) Paperback – July 11, 2017
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"Fans of the animated series can dive in just as easily as veteran comic readers.”—IGN
“A visually appealing comic book with a wonderful sense of flow from panel to panel and page to page.”—Newsarama
About the Author
Dan Jurgens is a writer and artist most famous for creating Booster Gold, as well as for being one of the main forces behind "The Death of Superman." He has written and/or illustrated titles such as JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA, Captain America, The Sensational Spider-Man, Thor, TEEN TITANS, AQUAMAN, DC's Tangent imprint and the company-wide DC crossover known as ZERO HOUR.
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First thing is that continuity simply can't connect to the show with this. It's not the fault of this comic, as the previous Beyond comics established said continuity. However, this is one of the less-approachable Rebirth titles due to the continuity, which is a shame if you only know the show.
Second is how ugly the costume design is, all due to the awkwardly-shaped red eyes. The cover lies; he never has normal-shaped white Batman eyes like he should.
The big problem, though, is that the comic doesn't really do anything that hasn't already been done better in the DC animated universe. At the moment, it just sort of feels like a less-refined Return of the Joker.
I could be wrong, but Terry has lost a lot. Those losses affect him. He shouldn't be somewhat untouched by them. I don't like the fact that Max and his brother know he's Batman. Now his girlfriend knows as well.
I want more stoicism from him, and secrecy. He isn't Bruce. I get that. However, the very nature of his work makes a person more stoic and cynical. How do those two things manifest in Terry?
I'll keep getting the comic itself to see how Terry gets developed because I do enjoy it.