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Batman: The Adventures Continue: Season Three #6

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Crime is at an all-time low in Gotham City with all the major super-villains behind bars. With the city finally quiet, Batman’s mission might finally be at an end. But when Ra’s al Ghul and his daughter, Talia, show up with a proposition, Bruce is forced to determine what the future of Batman will be!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
28 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 94

    Batman on Film

    One of the things I love about a good Ra’s story is how it opens up the world of Batman, placing him in international locales and grandiose settings. That James Bond sense of flair is definitely here and added to my enjoyment of this issue immensely. After the last chapter failed to strike a chord with me, I’m back on board. Burnet and Dini bring the main focus back to Bruce Wayne, something that was missing last time, while still pushing supporting characters’ narratives forward without stealing the limelight. As we get close to the end of this season, it looks like the team is pulling out all the stops!

  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: I love the vibe and slow burn of this issue. Burnett and Dini do a masterful job of showing both sides of the story and infusing them with fantastic levels of tension throughout. Bruce’s story has some great moments for the character as well as a lighter tone that is engaging to fans of the character. The B story in Gotham is dark and intriguing and leads to a fantastic reveal that I cannot wait to see play out.

    The Art: Templeton delivers fantastic art that expands and evolves the world of these characters. I loved the visual contrast between Bruce’s vacation spot and the gritty reality of Gotham.

  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    Batman: The Adventures Continue #3.6 was a wonderful change of pace that leads us into a new story. I can’t wait to see where this one goes next. Monaco? Jamaica? Star City?

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    This series is getting close to wrapping up—both this season, and apparently the whole saga. It’s picking a good arc to go out on, with crime in Gotham being largely wrapped up and Bruce and Tim taking some much-needed R&R on a Wayne-owned island retreat—that happens to be on an island owned by Ra’s Al Ghul. It’s not long before Talia finds Bruce and convinces him to meet with his father—and a lot has changed for Ra’s. He’s an aged man, confronting mortality as the Lazarus Pit has failed him. Seeking to redeem himself in his last act, he’s created a new grain that could end world hunger, and has invited Bruce to analyze and potentially spread it—as heir to his empire alongside Talia. It seems too good to be true, it probably is, and it’s a great example of why Ra’s was one of the best characters in the original series. With Catwoman, the Court of Owls, and other wild cards lurking in the background, we’re set up for a pretty great finish.

  • 80

    You Don't Read Comics

    The DC Animated Universe continues to grow and develop. Burnett and Dini have been working in it forever. Their consistency in writing continues to serve the comic book incarnation of a Batman animated series that has been around for over three decades. It’s an impressive accomplishment that Burnett and Dini still manage to find new inspiration for fresh stories after all these years. Granted—it IS all variations on and echoes of what has come before, but it’s still a lot of fun.

  • 70


    Batman: The Adventures Continue Season 3 #6 sets the pieces for the series’ final arc with just enough intrigue to make you want to know what will happen next. Ra’s and Talia are as scheming as ever as they draw you in for one last story. The logic for how everything comes together doesn’t always make the most sense, but it’s never so egregious so as to spoil the narrative.

  • 70

    First Comics News

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