Batman, once defrosted, teams up with Flash to take down the Rogues. But will he back in time to rescue the Kane brothers from being murdered or driven mad by four of Arkham's worst escapees? Read on! Including a surprise guest star at the end!
UPDATED: Now with new bonus scene (that I meant to put in and forgot lol)
A day later than promised (due to general craziness, FFXIV, and final touch ups on that collab), but a great second part IMHO
And MAJOR thanks to all of you who have faved Part I (whether for the story or the preview art I'm required to add due to DA's inability to post PDFs without one! Hopefully the former!) Hope you enjoy (and fave) this one as well.
Joseph and Sam Kane, and Barkley belong to me
Batman and related characters belong to DC Comics
Preview photo is a still from Arkham Origins, I claim no ownership over it.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
As for the holiday madness concerning two-face, Riddler, Joker, harley and her hormonal pooches...unbelievably funny and just a little sweet. I'm sorry dear Barkely may be a bit of a perv but he's far too young for such a commitment, shame really.
The action was well paced, it all seemed real and quite an homage to the batman animated series somewhat (saw the coin bit coming a mile off). And Superman santa, what a lovely little idea after all the hurly burly is done...so all in all a brilliant Christmas tale, well done again old boy.
Reminds me of the Gotham and the Batman from the second Michael Keaton movie, "Batman Returns." This Batman is, of course, bigger and much better armored than the screen version, but the moody, surreal and almost film noir atmosphere is much the same.
It was in "Batman and Robin" that Arnold Schwarzenegger's Dr. Freeze said of Gotham, "It's a cold town..." Looking at this picture, you know he was right. A frozen, corrupt, apathetic hell of a city, with only one guardian angel. You wouldn't want to live (or die) in this city; you wouldn't want to cross its protector.