DC Comics Universe & Batman #71 Spoilers & Review: March To Batman #75 Continues, But Is Batman Changed Forever Along With His Relationship With Robin, Alfred Pennyworth & More?

DC Comics Universe and Batman #71 Spoilers and Review follows.

March To Milestone Batman #75 Continues, But…

…Is Batman Changed Forever Along With His Relationship With Robin, Alfred Pennyworth and More?

The book includes flashbacks to earlier as well as modern-day; the modern day scene begins with Batman and Gotham City Police Department Commissioner James “Jim” Gordan arguing over Batman’s role in the city. Batman than changes the background of the Bat-Signal from yellow to red.

Batgirl sees this move as Batman in crisis and she…

…pulls the Batman Family together for an intervention.

In the flashback sequences, Wayne Manor has been infiltrated by Bane his henchmen including Thomas Wayne the Flashback Batman…

…while in a similar scene in modern day the Batman Family confront Bruce Wayne.

In the flashback, Alfred Pennyworth now works for Bane and Batman strikes him.

In modern day, Batman pull his family together to…

…take fight to Bane in Arkham Asylum; everyone believes…

…Bane is still ill and imprisoned there including Commissioner Gordon.

In the flashback, Alfred Pennyworth tells Batman he’s lost…

…while in modern day the Batman Family believes Batman is not well mentally because many of the things he’s told them about Alfred Pennyworth and his dad the Flashpoint Batman and Bane has been refuted by Alfred. The team sees Batman descent as beginning when Selina Kyle Catwoman left Bruce Wayne Batman at the aisle…

…Batman lashes out and hits the Tim Drake Robin in response with Batman having finally lost his mind and the fight?

The Pulse:

I’ve said for some time that I believe the Thomas Wayne Flashpoint Batman is figment of Batman’s imagination as I think he has only been portrayed with Bane when Batman has been present in a scene. Also, despite the emphasis on Bane, is it possible that someone else behind Batman’s rapid mental decline and his knightmares? An intriguing, compelling and well drawn issue. 9 out of 10.

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