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Every night Batman must confront the evil that he is responsible for creating, as well as the personal demons that have haunted him since that fateful day in Crime Alley. The Dark Knight Detective usually works alone, but the threat of mass murder in the financial district forces him to team up with a bizarre private eye. Movies of death are being filmed in Gotham--and Batman may be the next star. When Bruce Wayne refuses to allow illegal mind-control experiments to continue at Wayne Technology, he finds himself charged with being a traitor. During the police investigation, Wayne is forced to confront memories of the various people who trained him to become the feared Dark Knight. Wayne not only must clear himself, but also protect his secret and save his company from ruin. Featuring an all-star cast of talent, including Sam Hamm (co-writer of Tim Burton's Batman), Denys Cowan (The Question), and the legendary Batman artist Norm Breyfogle (Detective Comics), Batman: The Dark Knight Detective Volume 3 collects Detective Comics #592-600!
The classic Batman adventures featuring Robin and villains like The Joker and the Penguin! The Dark Knight Detective will travel to Japan to honor a long-standing debt...one that will leave him facing off aginst the very master who trained him! The Dark Knight will also have to deal with haunting memories from his past as he encounters the Street Demonz again, but now he's older--now he's ready to protect others. And then there's The Joker... Don't miss all of these adventures and more in Batman: The Dark Knight Detective Vol. 5, collecting Detective Comics Annual #3, and Detective Comics #612-614, #616-21.
The iconic Batman adventures we know and love from the 90s continue in the latest collection of Detective Comics! Written by the legendary John Ostrander and Peter Milligan with art by Jim Aparo, investigate alongside Batman as he cracks cases from classic 90s comics. Uncover the mysteries of which perpetrators are claiming to be Batman, bizarre disasters, persuasive killers, "The Golem of Gotham" story arc, and much more! Featuring classic Gotham characters, the iconic Bat gadgets, a reprint of Bill Finger and Bob Kane's "The Case of the Chemical Syndicate," and even Bathound's first appearance--this collection delivers on all fronts! Collects Detective Comics #622-633.
The streets of Gotham City seemingly get darker and more twisted as each night passes over the city, if it werenÕt for the one beacon of hope fighting against the darknessÑBatman. With a never-ending stream of villains stalking the city, can the Dark Knight hold the darkness back? While the Ventriloquist is peddling a new designer drug called Fever, Batman sets his sights on cleaning up the streets and silencing the gangsterÕs dummy. As the fever breaks, rats swarm out of the sewers, marching to the commands of the mysterious Ratcatcher. Plus, can the Dark Knight survive the touch of the villainous Corrosive Man? Writers Alan Grant (Batman: Shadow of the Bat) and John Wagner (Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight) and legendary Batman artist Norm Breyfogle (Detective Comics), present Batman: The Dark Knight Detective Vol. 2, collecting Detective Comics #583-591 and Detective Comics Annual #1!
Batman has been one of the world’s most beloved superheroes since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Clad in his dark cowl and cape, he has captured the imagination of millions with his single-minded mission to create a better world for the people of Gotham City by fighting crime, making use of expert detective skills, high-tech crime-fighting gadgets, and an extensive network of sidekicks and partners. But why has this self-made hero enjoyed such enduring popularity? And why are his choices so often the subject of intense debate among his fans and philosophers alike? Batman and Ethics goes behind the mask to shed new light on the complexities and contradictions of the Dark Knight’s moral code. From the logic behind his aversion to killing to the moral status of vigilantism and his use of torture in pursuit of justice (or perhaps revenge), Batman’s ethical precepts are compelling but often inconsistent and controversial. Philosopher and pop culture expert Mark D. White uses the tools of moral philosophy to track Batman’s most striking ethical dilemmas and decisions across his most prominent storylines from the early 1970s through the launch of the New 52, and suggests how understanding the mercurial moral character of the caped crusader might help us reconcile our own. A thought-provoking and entertaining journey through four decades of Batman’s struggles and triumphs in time for the franchise’s 80th anniversary, Batman and Ethics is a perfect gateway into the complex questions of moral philosophy through a focused character study of this most famous of fictional superheroes.
It’s a new collection of tales from the start of the 1990s, including the four-part “The Mud Pack,” a creepy story centered around the villainous Clayface, in which Batman must enlist the help of Etrigan, the Demon! Plus, a new vigilante called Anarky debuts, and Batman attends the funeral of...the Penguin? This volume also includes “Blood Secrets,” a story co-written by comics superstar Mark Waid, with Batman taking on white supremacists. Collects Detective Comics #601-611 and Detective Comics Annual #2.
Batman must confront the evil that he is responsible for creating and personal demons that have haunted him since that fateful night in Crime Alley. Plus, the Dark Knight Detective usually works alone, but the threat of mass murder in the financial district forces him to team up with a bizarre private eye. Then, movies of death are being filmed in Gotham-and Batman may be the next star. This and more iconic stories from the late 1980s! Collecting Detective Comics #592-600.
Volume one: "The stories that catapulted Batman to legendary status are collected here in this new graphic novel series. These original stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #27-45, BATMAN #1-3 and NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS #1 include the origin of the Dark Knight, as well as the debuts of Robin, Commissioner Gordon, Professor Hugo Strange, the Joker, Catwoman and more! BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE VOL. 1 features the work of such luminaries as Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Gardner Fox and Jerry Robinson!"--
When a string of robberies and other crimes occur in Gotham City, caused by the terrifying killer known as Mr. Toxic, the Dark Knight has to piece together the mystery while dealing with an attack on Arkham Asylum.
The Joker comes back to Gotham City with a plot to kidnap Selina KyleÑBruce WayneÕs girlfriendÑand restore her to her true selfÉCatwoman! The revitalized femme fatale is just the beginning of the rogues returning to plague Batman and Robin; on her heels follow the Scarecrow, the Mad Hatter and Two-Face. Writer Mike W. Barr (Batman and the Outsiders) and the dynamic art duo of Alan Davis (Justice League of America: The Nail) and Paul Neary (The Authority) present Batman: The Dark Knight Detective Vol. 1. Collects Detective Comics #568-574 and #579-582! DonÕt miss out on the companion series, Batman: The Caped Crusader.
As a new era dawns, the Batman is facing the most dangerous threat of his career! The Arkham Knight has arrived in Gotham City with an entire round table of deadly allies, and their first encounter will leave Batman shaken to his core. After Batman's brutal battle with the Arkham Knight, things only get worse when one of his most important allies jumps into the fray, and ends up in way over their head! Damian was so certain he could succeed against the Arkham Knight where his father failed--and not only was he wrong, but as it turns out, the Knight has a surprising plan for the son of Batman! But when the face behind the mask is finally revealed, we'll learn who's taken up the mantle of the Arkham Knight. What's their endgame? And what's the shocking secret that Batman never knew about a part of his life he'd taken for granted? Unravel this thrilling mystery, as Peter J. Tomasi and artist Brad Walker continue the Detective Comics saga following the historic 1,000th issue of the longest-running comic book in North America. Collects Detective Comics #1001-1005 and a story from Detective Comics #1000.
A collection of the Detective Comics works of acclaimed artist Norm Breyfogle and writer Alan Grant, now presented in hardcover for the first time! This volume of the LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT series focuses on the DETECTIVE COMICS stories from acclaimed artist Norm Breyfogle and writer Alan Grant, featuring appearances by The Joker, Anarky, the Penguin, Scarface, the Ventriloquist and more. These hard-to-find tales are a must for any Batman fan of the 1980s! This volume collects BATMAN ANNUAL #11-12 and DETECTIVE COMICS #579, #582-594, #601-607.
Chronicles the decade of the sixties in seventeen adventures as well as looks at the evolution of Batman's and Robin's costumes, their paraphernalia, and the Batcave
A collection of the Detective Comics works of acclaimed artist Norm Breyfogle and writer Alan Grant! This volume of the LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT series focuses on the DETECTIVE COMICS stories from acclaimed artist Norm Breyfogle and writer Alan Grant. Featuring the Dark Knight's conflicts with Anarky, The Joker, the Scarecrow and the seeming death of the Penguin, this unbelievable hardcover edition is a must-have for any 1980s Bat-fans! This volume collects DETECTIVE COMICS #608-621 and BATMAN #455-459.
The Arkham Knight has arrived in Gotham City with an entire round table of deadly allies, and their first encounter will leave Batman shaken to his core! Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to a violent vendetta! Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium--staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the playbill and pearls. How does this bizarre homicide tie into the shadowy monster that attacks Dr. Leslie Thompkins? This creature looks to wage a war on Batman--and it's using Joker Gas to do it! Collects Detective Comics #994-999
American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939’s DETECTIVE COMICS #27 as the lone “Bat-man” quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story, the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements including his partner in crime-fighting, Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, the Penguin and Scarecrow. This second volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s early adventures from BATMAN #4-7, DETECTIVE COMICS #46-56, WORLD’S BEST COMICS #1 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #2-3.
Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections
"American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939's Detective Comics #27 as the lone "Bat-man quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story, the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements including his partner in crime fighting, Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, The Penguin, Scarecrow and Catwoman." -- Page [4] of cover.
American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939’s DETECTIVE COMICS #27 as the lone “Bat-man” quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story, the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements, including his partner in crime-fighting Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, Two-Face and the Scarecrow. This fourth volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s adventures from BATMAN #12-15, DETECTIVE COMICS #66-74 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #7-9.
TERROR IN THE SKY! Dr. Kirk Langstrom was a respected biologist with a specialty in the Family Chiroptera, a.k.a bats. In an attempt to cure his deafness, Langstrom devised a serum to duplicate batsÍ system of echolocation in humans. He tested it on himself, and while his deafness was cured, the serum also transformed his body into a monstrous human/bat hybrid. Each time Batman faces the Man-Bat he doesnÍt know if he is battling a crazed flying monster or a man stuck in an eternal nightmare. What makes matters even worse is that Francine Langstrom, KirkÍs wife, has also been transformed into a human/bat hybrid and now the question remains have LangstromÍs passed their curse on to their children? BATMAN ARKHAM: MAN-BAT collects some of the villain's greatest stories by some of the industry's greatest creators, including Neal Adams (GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW), Steve Ditko (Spider-Man), J. G. Jones (WONDER WOMAN), Gerry Conway (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA), Chuck Dixon (NIGHTWING), Flint Henry (DETECTIVE COMICS) and many more!

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