Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's Al Ghul

Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul - Grant Morrison, Paul Dini, Peter Milligan, Fabian Nicieza, Keith Champagne, Don Kramer, Jason Pearson, Tony Daniel, David López, Freddie E. Williams II, Ryan Benjamin I will say that I was a bit skeptical at first. I read Morrison's Batman and Son, and I was not very pleased with the convoluted mess of a plot it had. And yet, I find the character of Ra's intriguing enough to pick this up. This book is definitely an improvement. The storyline seems a bit tighter for one. There are still some small meanderings, which make me wonder if Morrison and company just have short attention spans, kind of like, "ooh, shiny sidetrack idea" kind of feeling. However, this was definitely a pleasant and entertaining read. As I said, a tighter plot for one. It was expansive, with good art to match. Good action for the fans of action in their comics. This is one I would be willing to reread, and that can serve as a good recommendation.