The Knight of the Mirrors by Chris Dee
by Chris Dee
Make it thy business to know thyself, which is the most difficult lesson
in the world.' ~Don Quixote
"In my not so humble opinion: The Knight of Mirrors is one of
Cat-Tales top ten."
"Another one of those Cat Tales trademarks: chatty, witty dialogue
between two characters that moves the story forward and doesn't overstay its
"I like how Tim just takes this sudden complex job and list of duties he
probably will need to memorise and train for completely in stride, without
so much as a splotch of teenage whining. What a champ. I've said it before,
but he's definitely the Robin we deserve."
"The point where I pointed at my screen and said aloud ‘That's so
fucking Batman’. "
"I love how Batman is for all his rage and uncompromising attitude also
the most level headed, the most calm, and the most patient hero there is."
"Look at Bruce being reasonable and human and even a little funny. Love
"A poignant observation of modernity."
"Bruce. Selina. Clark. Lois. They have such a synergy and spark that
makes it truly a joy to watch."
"If more of the Justice League were able to contribute in such a way, I
bet Batman would have less trouble dealing with them."
"The scene between Clark and Selina was all kinds of wonderful."
"Let's face it: Clark's hurting."
"If Clark doesn't see the point in looking past facades, if he thinks
humanity's given up on him or views him the way Luthor and Hollywood does or
can't distinguish between realism and, well, Millerism for starters. It's up
to people like Bruce and Selina and Lois to try, try, try again until he can
move past the negativity and feel the hope he offers to others again."