Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Comic Book Review: Dark Knight III: The Master Race #4 - DC Comics (2016)

Written by Frank Miller & Brian Azzarello
Pencils by Andy Kubert
Inks by Klaus Janson
Colors by Brad Anderson

Superman's daughter Lara is bent on destroying her father if he doesn't join her and "their people."  Batman and Robin watch from far away and Gotham is given an ultimatum.

I keep buying this book despite the stupid price.  I'm not sure why I do as it basically means I'm saying it's okay to charge $5.99 per issue.  I guess I do take some solace in the fact I get 20% off the cover price but then again, I do on books that cost $2.99 as well.  The series has been good thus far, but for this price, I can buy 2 books.

Written by Frank Miller & Brian Azzarello
Art by Frank Miller
Colors by Alex Sinclair

Batgirl needs to get to the pier.  There are people that don't want her to get there.

Well, I guess you do get two comics for this price.  The DKIII series comes with a mini comic in each issue and Batgirl is this month's inclusion.  These mini books have a look unto themselves, regardless of who is drawing them.  Sinclair's colors are wonderful so it at least has that going for it.

What are your thoughts on The Dark Knight III: The Master Race?  How do you feel about rising comic book prices?  Please comment below or contact us on Twitter @MaskedBlogster

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