The only good story was the one with Two-Face and Catwoman.
Dreadful. This was the comic book adaptation... of a video game adapted of a comic book. It's basically a Xerox of a Xerox of a Xerox, and I simply would have rather read new content than the author and illustrator instead.
The whole Arkham Unhinged series seems dull and repetive every issue- throw a random bad guy from Batman's "Rogues Gallery" at us every 5 pages, with little plot development in between confrontations, and nothing we haven't seen before already in the Arkham Asylum/Arkham City video game cutscenes or other comic books.
If your a batman fan I highly recommend this book.
I don't play video games (but I read comics?!?) but I really liked the art/story. If I had played the games I may feel differently about all of the Arkham stories but as an outsider I enjoyed them still.
When I played the video game I always wondered where the one armed Hammer guy came from. Very good story for background information.
Just an average story. Art was pretty impressive though. Doesn't match up to the game.
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