Batman: Eye of the Beholder Paperback
by Tony Daniel
* An aging but wealthy technology developer comes to Gotham City with his beautiful daughter in search of a joint project with WayneTech.
When the developer goes missing, Batman finds that his tracks lead to the city's violent Chinatown, where a deadly gang has taken root.
Collecting Batman #704-707 and 710-712!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 168 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: DC Comics
- Publication Date: 13/11/2012
- Category: Superheroes
- ISBN: 9781401234706
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Review by DanieXJ
Another Grayson as Batman TPB (although this takes place during the time period before Flashpoint and the reboot when Bruce was back too). There's also, Catwoman, the Riddler, and Two Face in it.There are two main stories. The first one has a bad guy named Peacock looking for a super evil mask of some sort. There's also a Samurai guy who's been rejuvenated by the Lazarus pit. Then there's a story with Two Face, his former life, and a mob boss named Falcone. That one I really liked. I always like it when a writer writes Two Face with care and humanity, instead of as some psychotic mustache twirling evil guy.The stuff with Catwoman and girl as well as the Riddler and his new sidekick Enigma were also interesting, but it was the Two Face story that really stood out.I also loved the panel in the story where Batman and Batman (Dick and Bruce) were both in the cowl in profile and just by looking at the two of them you can tell which Batman is which guy. Not all of the DC artists can do that.