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Posted October 22, 2012
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A mixed bag, but not without a few gems
This is an old-school style crossover, with the story spread across multiple titles, writers, and artists. As a result, the quality changes drastically from story arc to story arc. The opening few issues, focusing on the GCPD retaking Gotham, are excellent, followed by an enjoyable but underwhelming return for Batman. The middle tale featuring Huntress and Scarecrow is bad to awful, with a ridiculous script and stale art. Finally, several shorter stories close this volume out, with a really excellent Black Mask arc and an issue by BPRD artist Guy Davis! Issues featuring Azrael are also spread throughout, ranging in quality from good to horrible. Ultimately, No Man's Land is this sort of read, where you're thrilled one issue and bored to death the next. Readers should probably only dive into this crossover after they've read through all of Batman's more quality adventures.
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