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Batman/Scarface: A Psychodrama

Batman/Scarface: A Psychodrama

Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero

Publisher: DC Comics

Writer: Alan Grant

Artist: Bill Sienkiewicz, Charlie Adlard

Publication date: 2001

Status: Completed

Views: 82,015


It's just a block of wood. Carved and dressed to the nines but still just a block of wood. It can't be...evil, can it? The answer to that may lie here. For years, Scarface has been one of the most brutal mobsters in the Gotham City underworld and a constant adversary of Batman. But Scarface is just a ventriloquist's dummy the mannequin mouthpiece of mild-mannered Arnold Wesker. It's believed that Scarface's savagery and disregard for human life is merely a symptom of Wesker's fractured psyche. But what if that outlet were removed from the Ventriloquist's possession? What if the puppet were burned, buried and left to rot? Would the evil truly disappear? As Wesker attempts a normal life -- with a new dummy assistant, the pretty but smart-mouthed Lola his ventriloquist show seems to ruffle the feathers of the Penguin, who's not amused by the new act. When Wesker, the Penguin and Batman collide in the violent conclusion, will an evil be reborn?


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