Date: 2010-06-03 04:43 am (UTC)
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Well, I prefer Puckett's piece for one simple reason: Batman doesn't reveal to Harvey which side the coin is, thus keeping the bluff alive, while--when he throws the coin--it's implied that it came up bad head, and Harvey is stuck tied up in his bed believing that the only thing that saved his life is the coin coming up good head.

That's Batman vs. villains to me. He is in total control of the conversation, the intimidation. Even when Batman holds no cards at all, he can still win.

The rest of the scene? Rucka's is better.

Who's the artist for the Puckett pieces?
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