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If you only buy one Batman graphic novel this month, or even this year, make it The Black Mirror. Scott Snyder has crafted an epic tome that stands alongside some of the best Batman stories written this past decade. Since Dick Grayson has donned the cowl much of the early stories have been part of what can only be described as an ‘adjustment period’ which introduced a range of new enemies that proved to be hit or miss. Even before Bruce Wayne made his return his shadow has been constantly over this new period of the Batman Legacy.

This cluster of story arcs manages to bring Grayson into his own in the role of Batman. The strongest elements of the series to date have been kept intact, such as the new dynamic between Grayson and Damian as Robin and a Batman with a lighter attitude and Gotham, all the while…

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