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    Default Batman: Urban Legends #7 Preview

    Batman: Urban Legends #7 Preview (Batman Beyond Story)
    Writers: Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Tim Seeley, Guillaume Singelin and Kenny Porter
    Artists: Max Dunbar, Juan Ferreyra, Guillaume Singelin and Baldemar Rivas





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    My boy is back...again .

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    So, I guess it's safe to assume this could lead into that new Batman Beyond book coming out in April. I love Terry, though wasn't the biggest fan of their previous tries at Beyond books, but hey, third times a charm I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSman View Post
    So, I guess it's safe to assume this could lead into that new Batman Beyond book coming out in April. I love Terry, though wasn't the biggest fan of their previous tries at Beyond books, but hey, third times a charm I guess.
    Maybe.
    I mean: Jason story didn't lead to a solo. Both stories (B:UL and the new book) could be related, or could not.
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    Love that toy Robin
    It's been a while since 666 and it's Seeley writing that world not Kelly and Langzing which is curious. They were pitching for a 6 part Batman 666 story. Can't wait though

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    Oooooh furthering the 666 vision. Cheeky buggers! It was my favorite story.
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    https://twitter.com/HackinTimSeeley/...94027550789640

    This was first Urban Legends issue I picked up and ended up enjoying it. If I had to rank the stories I'd say 666, Beyond, One Million and Future State. Gap between 666 and others being rather big.

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    This issue wasn't for me.

    The Batman Byond story wasn't that great, and it seems like they rebooted this universe again, since Terry mother is apparently now alive again.

    I have just no interest in Batman 666 or Batman 1.000.000.

    And the Cass story was also not that interesting.

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    Enjoyed this a lot more than anticipated.
    666 was the highlight with Beyond runner up. Excited for the upcoming BBNeo series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aahz View Post
    This issue wasn't for me.

    The Batman Byond story wasn't that great, and it seems like they rebooted this universe again, since Terry mother is apparently now alive again.

    I have just no interest in Batman 666 or Batman 1.000.000.

    And the Cass story was also not that interesting.
    I agree with this in general - least favorite issue so far.

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    Impressive how a book that for six months has been on top of my pile is now at the bottom.

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    Picked it up for Terry and Batman 666. Wasn't disappointed. Seeley's Damian was solid.

    So Batman Beyond rebooted again. The last run with Jurgens was underrated. That was a solid run. I'm glad Terry is back, wish the new series carried on with what Jurgens setup though.

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