Quinones’ art is great, but some panels miss the mark on capturing the look of the original actor and the tone of the book. Michael Keaton’s older Batman and Pat Hingle’s Jim Gordon bear little-to-no resemblance to their respective actors. The other major flaw is that the Gotham City of the Burtonverse was a character unto itself. The bleak and Gothic nature of the production design is missing in this book. However, I realize that Hamm and Quinones are not Tim Burton and that’s not a bad thing. I’m glad they’re doing their own thing as they expand upon the original film. I’m anxious for more, primarily because I have so many questions about when this book is taking place. Is it after or before Batman Returns? When did Batman and Gordon develop their friendship? Here’s to hoping the second issue answers all those questions and more.