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‘BATMAN: ZERO YEAR’ FINALE STICKS THE LANDING FOR THE CAPED CRUSADER’S NEW ORIGIN [REVIEW]
By Chris Sims
There was a lot to be wary of when Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki and FCO Plascencia’s “Batman: Zero Year” was announced. The most obvious reason was that it was the story that was set to replace my all-time favorite comic, Batman: Year One, going back to cover ground that had been stomped into concrete by one of the most influential stories of all time. Even the name was a response to Year One, and the expansion of what Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli had done so elegantly in four issues to a full year of comics felt like it could’ve easily been symptomatic of the trend towards decompression that drags everything out for the bookstores. Why sell one hardcover when you could sell three, right?

At the same time, I liked what Snyder and Capullo had been doing on Batman enough that I was looking forward to reading it, and from that first shot of Batman on a dirtbike, something that I am genetically hardwired to love on sight, I was hooked.

This week, the final issue came out, and while we’re still too close to it to really tell how well it’ll stand the test of time, what I know right now is that I love it, and there’s a good chance that it’ll end up not only as my favorite version of Batman’s origin, but as one of my favorite comic books of all time.
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comicsalliance:

‘BATMAN: ZERO YEAR’ FINALE STICKS THE LANDING FOR THE CAPED CRUSADER’S NEW ORIGIN [REVIEW]

By Chris Sims

There was a lot to be wary of when Scott SnyderGreg CapulloDanny Miki and FCO Plascencia’s “Batman: Zero Year” was announced. The most obvious reason was that it was the story that was set to replace my all-time favorite comic, Batman: Year One, going back to cover ground that had been stomped into concrete by one of the most influential stories of all time. Even the name was a response to Year One, and the expansion of what Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli had done so elegantly in four issues to a full year of comics felt like it could’ve easily been symptomatic of the trend towards decompression that drags everything out for the bookstores. Why sell one hardcover when you could sell three, right?

At the same time, I liked what Snyder and Capullo had been doing on Batman enough that I was looking forward to reading it, and from that first shot of Batman on a dirtbike, something that I am genetically hardwired to love on sight, I was hooked.

This week, the final issue came out, and while we’re still too close to it to really tell how well it’ll stand the test of time, what I know right now is that I love it, and there’s a good chance that it’ll end up not only as my favorite version of Batman’s origin, but as one of my favorite comic books of all time.

READ MORE