weaver of the unseen
- Aug 21, 2007
Holy smoking cow, I thought this was coming in October, but no it's here already. The episode started where last season left, with young Bruce finding the mysterious door. Typical to young boys and some older men, he didn't use his famous wits to crack the code, but instead tried to blow it to smithereens. It is almost as if producers are trying to suggest Batman is all about muscles and there's not even hint about the great detective. What I don't understand is why Alfred didn't suggests getting an industrial tool to cut through the door rather than setting explosives at foundation of Wayne's Manor?
Well, never mind, let's move on to Barbara's insane incarceration at Arkham Asylum. Typical to the comic universe, the bad guys broke from the facility in the very first episode. The producers didn't allow more time to develop this crucial piece to DC universe, and Gotham itself, but instead made proto-joker to escape with Barbara. Not only that but they also gambled with Joker's madness by making Barbara more maniac than he is. Does that mean Barbara influences Gotham's Joker in serious way?
Maybe, we see. What did you think?