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It’s all-out struggle for Neo-Gotham and humanity as and his military pour over the town, with the cyborg Justice League within the lead! yet this isn’t a urban that might move down and not using a struggle; it’s a urban with history—and with defenders. Be looking for a few fan favourite characters popping out of the woodwork to face in humanity’s final safeguard and to affix Batman past within the DCU!
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One of the lesser adaptations of Dick's work, which is mildly ironic because it's one of the more faithful retellings of his stories. Having said that, it's got a grimy, B-movie appeal. A man reverse-engineers technology for companies and then erases his memory of the work in exchange for big bucks. Then he wakes up after a multi-year job to find that he's exchanged his paycheck for a series of weird clues, and that piecing them together puts his life at risk. Interesting idea, but less-than-great execution, which is strange because director John Woo is usually excellent.