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Batman: The Audio Adventures #3 (of 7)

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

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!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0BKLWXKBT

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Cover Artist

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    Geek Dad

    I 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.
  • 80

    Batman-News

    Overall, 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.
  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Even 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.

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