Batman 32 (the conclusion of "The War of Jokes and Riddles") is out today, and we get to learn what Catwoman's answer is to Bruce's proposal from a few months ago. (And we also get to the point of the story he's telling her -- quite literally.) 

What did you all think of the story? And what do you think it means for the future?

I thought "The War of Jokes and Riddles" was a little meander-y, to be honest -- but I thought the last two issues were top-notch, and the payoff was excellent. I'm very happy with the result -- both the end of the story Batman told, and the reason why he was telling it. 

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Maybe someone else will do it justice. I can't think of a way of writing it where it doesn't sound basic and trite, when in the execution it was anything but. 

Emerkeith Davyjack said:

...I'd like a labeled spoiler - please.

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