The issue was positively received by reviewers. Ash Connolly, a reviewer for the comics news website Consequence of Sound, called the issue a "fantastic, moody start to the series." and noted the poetic renderings of the villains. While reviewer Travis Clark did not think that the storytelling was as consistently engaging as the series' first two comics, he did claim, "It keeps up its frenetic pace throughout, and is still quite worth reading for a Batman comic, and definitely worth reading for the story at large."
When a young man improvises a dare to fall in love with a girl he's just met, what starts as a ball to express the male ego escalates into a blind attempt to win her heart. An ambulatory experiment in bodily desires, obsession, and identity. Based on a true story.
For years, stroke survivor Tom "Red" Wolicki has been told that he won't be able to walk again. But when a new device called the NeuroStrategizer is implanted in his brain, he can walk again and rejoin his community—if he can convince his girlfriend and sister that he's okay. d2c66b5586