Batman must venture into the sewers as he hunts for the fabled sword of King Scimitar. But he quickly finds a devolving Killer Croc who won’t let the caped crusader steal his child! But all Batman sees is…a doll?
Meanwhile, Robin gets kidnapped while trailing Scarecrow. Looks like both heroes need a good doctor, but the only one to be found is a little… strange.
All this and more in the next installment of your favorite audio compendium!
Geek DadI haven’t listened to the podcast this comic is based on, so I can’t speak too much about the tone, but this comic reminds me a lot of Batman ‘66 played a little straighter in places. It has the same kind of old-school pulpy action, with villains using wacky devices and colorful traps as opposed to descending into full madness. (...) This comic is a little all over the place in terms of plotting, but some of its many subplots really hit well.
Batman-NewsOverall, it is an uncomplicated series with its storytelling in the right place. Bottling Batman in a lighter setting unburdened by cynicism is a breath of fresh air. The artwork and overall cartoonish experience remains a high point, but nonetheless a niche that not everyone will buy into. For those still finding this series appealing, it continues to provide genuine entertainment without relying on twists and darker turns.
Dark Knight NewsEven though there are still some unanswered questions and a somewhat mediocre main plot, Batman: The Audio Adventures #3 is a highly enjoyable comic. The art and character designs, along with a lighter tone helps makes this tsle of the Dark Knight standout from other Batman comics.