The only one thing more terrifying than the madness currently gripping Gotham City is the method behind it. Gang wars. Viral outbreaks. Riots. Hauntings. Terrorist strikes. Batman and his army of allies have battled them all one by one, taking casualties at every turn. And in the eye of this vortex of chaos stands one man. His face is wrapped in darkness. His name is spoken only in whispers. He is Hush. And he is the Dark Knight’s darkest nightmare. Once Bruce Wayne’s best friend, this maniacal mastermind is out to prove that he is the Batman’s better in every way. To do it, he will burn Gotham City to the ground and crown himself king of the ashes. Distrust and disaster have torn them apart, but now Batman and his family of crimefighters must join closer than they ever have before. Only then can they stop Hush from sinking the city into the silence of the grave… Superstar BATMAN writer Scott Snyder leads an all-star team of creators - including James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes, Kyle Higgins, Tim Seeley, Jason Fabok, Fernando Pasarin, R.M. Guéra, and more - in BATMAN ETERNAL VOL. 2, the second landmark chapter in the unprecedented weekly Batman series! Collects issues #22-34.
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About the Author
Scott Snyder's works include BATMAN, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED, AMERICAN VAMPIRE and SWAMP THING. He has also been published in Zoetrope, Tin House, One-Story, Epoch, Small Spiral Notebook, and other journals, and has a short story collection, Voodoo Heart, which was published by Dial Press. He teaches at Columbia University and Sarah Lawrence University and lives in New York with his wife, Jeanie, and his son, Jack Presley.
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Batman Eternal Vol. 2 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Scott Snyder and the Bat-think tank are back for the second volume of the weekly series. As the story progresses, we get the same faults as the first volume, too much going on and then forgotten about for a long time. Batman also makes some odd choices, in my mind, as he tries to save his city. The art is as expected, a mixed bag. My hope in the last volume is that the storyline because more cohesive and the Bat-family is more involved.