Published October, 1992 (Modern Age) by DC Comics and went on sale in 1992 for $1.75 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $8.00 USD.
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On its own, this issue doesn't do much storywise. While Quesada's art is dynamic and at times nicely cinematic without being overbearingly Quesada of Daredevil: Father, for example, I just did not dig my revisit of the man who would become Batman for a year. Was Denny O'Neil a better editor than writer at this point? At times, the caption boxes felt deeply overwrought, maybe especially because of their stylized presentation meant to lend atmosphere at the start of the Image-era of comics where attitude began to become EVERYTHING, even in the big two. Perhaps read as the entire story, with the other three issues, I might find more to appreciate here, but as a stand alone even for someone with a deep love of Batman & of Azrael, I was wanting.