Batman and Robin (2011-2015) #23.4: Featuring Killer Croc




      Batman and Robin (2011-2015) #23.4: Featuring Killer Croc
As the battle for Gotham City continues to build, the scales become unbalanced when the ferocious Killer Croc enters the fray. Read Batman and Robin (2011-2015) #23.4: Featuring Killer Croc – heartforum.co.uk

Tim Seeley is a comic book artist and writer known for his work on books such as G.I Joe A Real American Hero, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Batman Eternal and Grayson He is also the co creator of the Image Comics titles Hack Slash 1 and Revival, as well as the Dark Horse titles, ExSanguine and Sundowners He lives in Chicago.

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  • Batman and Robin (2011-2015) #23.4: Featuring Killer Croc
  • Tim Seeley
  • English
  • 17 June 2018

10 thoughts on “ Batman and Robin (2011-2015) #23.4: Featuring Killer Croc

  1. Lᴀʏᴀ Rᴀɴɪ says:

    Another Villains Month issue here I didn t know how to review this issue because the story was particularly average, considering I confess that I m not exactly a big Killer Croc fan to begin with I do remember that he and Jason Todd marked their first appearance in the same issue though back in 1983 and I was lucky enough to acquire said vintage issue last year and even then I didn t think he was that much special of a villain What I would commend most about this issue was the staggering a Another Villains Month issue here I didn t know how to review this issue because the story was particularly average, considering I confess that I m not exactly a big Killer Croc fan to begin with I do remember that he and Jason Todd marked their first appearance in the same issue though back in 1983 and I was lucky enough to acquire said vintage issue last year and even then I didn t think he was that much special of a villain What I would commend most about this issue was the staggering and dynamic illustrations The art was extraordinary because the panels were able to convey the suspense and action or...

  2. Shannon says:

    One of the best issues from Villains Month that I ve read so far We get a brief, yet well written, origin story for Killer Croc This touches on one of the reasons I really love the Batman universe things aren t always black and white or even what they seem Gotham will always be very grey.

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