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Beginning last year with the excellent opening episode The Enigma it took until last month for the conclusion, Same Stitch, to finally see a release. Where a season long relationship and eventual appearance of an iconic villain made it all worth it.


In a surprise turn, the story of The Enemy Within is ultimately about relationships. The relationship between Bruce Wayne and John Doe. Between John Doe and Harley Quinn. Catwoman and Batman. Alfred and Bruce. And so many more. For a season with such a dense roster, where narrative elements sometimes fail to sell meaning and importance – the character and relationship choices made along the way carry a remarkable amount of weight. A lot of the credit must go to the finale, Same Stitch, which manages to provide satisfying and often emotional conclusions to season-long tensions.


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