And Then I Read: BATMAN, KINGS OF FEAR #2

Image © DC Comics, written by Scott Peterson, art by Kelley Jones, colors by Michelle Madsen, letters by Rob Leigh.

The amazing cover above by Kelly Jones is what convinced me I wanted to read this miniseries. The concept of a building with the personification of Batman villain The Scarecrow is a great one, but Kelley has made it superb.

This issue is easy and quick to read if you don’t linger over the art, but the art is the star, and must be lingered over. Scarecrow has dosed Batman with his fear gas, and now neither he nor we know exactly how much of what he’s experiencing, if any, is real. Another wonderful reason for Kelley to go to surreal places, and he surely does.

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