Although there's nothing too original within its pages, "All Star Batman Vol. 2: Ends of the Earth" was an entertaining read. However, it did use familiar characters in interesting ways that kept you turning it's pages. What we have here is another example of the journey being more interesting than the destination we arrive at. In the end, we get a solid tale coupled with some exciting art. It isn't one of the greatest Batman stories ever told, but still worth your time and energy.
In "All Star Batman Vol. 2: Ends of the Earth," the Dark Knight faces some of his greatest foes to trace the origin of a blight that’s sweeping the planet. He confronts Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, and the Mad Hatter along the way!
Rated "T" for Teen, "All Star Batman Vol. 2: Ends of the Earth" contains violence, profanity, and frightening and intense scenes. The subject matter alone will likely send doomsday conspiracists and those with paranoia into a tailspin. Images of plague-stricken people and frozen zombies might be nightmare-fuel for younger readers as well.
"All Star Batman Vol. 2: Ends of the Earth" collects issues 6, 7, 8, and 9 of the series. Scott Snyder wrote the book3. Artwork was provided by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Tula Lotay, Jock, and Francesco Francavilla. It was released on September 6th through DC Comics.
"All Star Batman Vol. 2: Ends of the Earth" is available now in print and digital editions.