In this intricately painted tale, Batman undergoes a mental and physical journey that has him questioning the principles upon which he has based his crime-fighting career. Ten years after a deadly attack on Wayne Enterprises, Batman has tracked down to India the terrorist behind the assault. Enduring a mentally vigorous quest, Batman attempts to bring the murderer to justice as he travels across the ancient land from the Taj Mahal to a forgotten sacred temple. But when the Dark Knight finally captures his prey, he finds himself at a crossroads of his own making, forced to reevaluate his concepts of retribution and absolution.
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I really felt that this story captured an interest facet of the Batman character. The art style is not typical for comic books and the story may seem a little plain for those looking for a Batman movie experience in paper form. If you are a little more sensitive a reader though you may enjoy this book. There were some points in the story where I felt the writer was trying a little too hard to be deep and dramatic. But overall they pulled this story off wonderfully.
Review: Batman: Absolution (Batman)User Review - sixthreezy - Goodreads
The artwork excels far and beyond the story... Read full review