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  1. Man, it's depressing me how the earlier arcs of Tom King's Batman run had a lot of fun or likeable moments, and at this point, it's divulged into a bunch of drawn out boring crap, or waxing philosophy. 

    1. Wraith

      Wraith

      It's one of those things a good adaptation could probably fix down the line but for now I would just tell people to read up to 50 and stop 

    2. Ryannumber1gamer

      Ryannumber1gamer

      I'd argue maybe Issue 54/55. I think Cold Days, and that one issue where it shows Bruce raising Dick was all pretty good (ironically, I think the moment where Nightwing got his brains blown out was about the time both Batman and Nightwing's comics went down the toilet). 

    3. Wraith

      Wraith

      Its good, but the ending alone makes it a pretty bad place to stop reading because you'll want to know what happens next, so I just said forget it. 

    4. Ryannumber1gamer

      Ryannumber1gamer

      That's also true. It's also a shame that there's no real good ending to what comes after that, since it's pretty much straight after where Batman completely self-destructs his life, and his relationships to everyone.

      I think the thing that put it in perspective for me was Rules of Engagement, which is the final arc I had to read to catch up, and it had a lot of lighter back and forth with Batman and Catwoman, and especially the stuff with Damian and Nightwing. Then you jump ahead to know where basically everything that made the run good at the beginning just got thrown out the window for no particularly good reason.

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