• BATMAN KNIGHTFALL OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 HARDCOVER 2003 EDITION

BATMAN KNIGHTFALL OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 HARDCOVER 2003 EDITION

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BATMAN KNIGHTFALL OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 HARDCOVER 2003 EDITION

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COLLECTING BATMAN (1940) #484-500, BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #16-18, BATMAN: VENGEANCE OF BANE #1, DETECTIVE (1937) #654-666, AND SHOWCASE '93 #7-8
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Art by Jim Aparo, Norm Breyfogle, Graham Nolan, and others The Dark Knight's deadliest enemies have escaped Arkham Asylum! The Joker, Two-Face, the Mad Hatter, the Riddler, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Killer Croc, Firefly, and Zsasz--one by one, Batman must face them in mortal combat. But lurking at the end of this seemingly endless gauntlet is the deadliest menace of all--a mysterious man-mountain known as Bane who has one goal: to break the Bat! Batman: Knightfall Omnibus Vol. 1 includes the bestselling storyline from Batman #484-500, Batman: Shadow of the Bat #16-18, Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1, Detective Comics #654-666, and Showcase '93 #7-8.
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HERE'S HOW YOU DO BATMAN Review by michael
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Not that he doesn't ordinarily but Batman gets seriously tested here. Shouldn't have to tell you really from all his playmates on the cover. But he also gets worn down mentally and emotionally. (There's reference here to Jason Todd whose books I'm also starting to read.) The standout stories here for me are ones featuring Two-Face and Scarecrow. I think though that Killer Croc could have been drawn better and more menacingly but that story much like every one featured in the book is well told and just wait till you see Bane come in the scene. His debut was the reason I got the book but this story has been all that and more. (Posted on 31/12/2017)
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