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Posted on the 16 July 2014 by Geekasms @geekasms

In Batman Eternal 15, we get to see more from some of the previous sub stories that were briefly shown weeks ago.  It is almost like when I ask for something, in this case to see more from the sub stories, I get what I want in the next issue.  We see more from Batwing, Red Robin and Harper Row, as well as make a trip back to Brazil to see Batgirl and Red Hood along with a special guest.

Lots of characters made an appearance in this book.  Batman made a small appearance with Lt. Bard and that interaction ended with a handshake. Batwing and James Corrigan are checking out Arkham Asylum and there is some crazy mystical stuff happening under that place.  Batwing gets pulled through the floor and falls a hundred feet below Arkham to come face to face with Joker’s Daughter.  James gets a little beat up from the zombie looking dudes and runs into what I believe is a new character because I never heard of him before.  Batgirl is still searching for answers in Brazil and runs into Batwoman “questioning” the same man.  Batgirl’s line about needing fifty people on the case sums up Eternal pretty well.  Red Robin has his words with Harper Row who wants to help with the nanotech case.  She comes out of the jet looking like Grifter in blue.  I guess it will work for a makeshift mask but I wouldn’t keep it.

All in all I am glad that this issue touched on a lot of what I was wondering about.  With some much going on in the Batman Eternal universe being so extensive and involved, it can be hard to let stuff fall by the wayside.  Scott Snyder and James Tynion are doing an excellent job.  If you didn’t see the interview with James Tynion on the DC Entertainment YouTube Channel, check it out below.  I am very very please with the series overall and look forward to this book on a weekly basis…because I have to in order to keep up.

Batman Eternal #15 – The Common Limit

Story by:  Scott Snyder & James T Tynion IV

Script by: Ray Fawkes

Consulting Writers: John Layman & Tim Seeley

Pencils by: Dustin Nguyen

Inks by: Derek Fridolfs

Colors by: John Kalisz

Letters by: Rob Leigh

Cover by: Dustin Nguyen

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