Riddle Me-Tropolis by Chris Dee
Edward Nigma has had enough of Gotham City, and really, who can blame
Riddler's real problem isn't Superman or Metropolis. It's the fact that
of all the gin joints in all the cities in all the world, his best friend
had to be in love with the guy underneath the Batman mask. That's pretty
much caused his whole life to implode since finding out, and his latest
attempt to cope will give at least two crimefighters a three-Tynol headache.
Regardless of Superman’s inability to play Riddler’s game, you gotta
admire his entertaining the kids at the planetarium. It’s a touching
gesture, particularly because of the selfless nature behind it. Such minor
details make the characters more alive and the story more enjoyable.
As always, Bruce forgets one thing - Selina wouldn't hurt him by
betraying his trust. However, tweaking him, frustrating him and annoying him
are all part of her natural felinity.