Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

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Overview

In this epic tale written by Peter Milligan (RED LANTERNS, JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, SKREEMER), Batman is led through a labyrinthine urban maze by his old nemesis the Riddler, who seems to have changed into an abominable monster with one purpose: to drive Batman insane. In his quest, the Riddler is working with an occultist who has summoned a demon to stop Batman—but in the process, the Riddler himself is slowly changing into a nightmarish beast! Collects BATMAN #452-454 and DETECTIVE COMICS #629-633.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401258894
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 02/17/2015
Sold by: DC Comics
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 124 MB
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About the Author

Irish writer Peter Milligan joined Vertigo in 1989 with the mini-series SKREEMER and soon became an imprint mainstay, writing both SHADE THE CHANGING MAN, HUMAN TARGET, ENIGMA, GREEK STREET and HELLBLAZER. For the DC Universe, he has written Batman in DETECTIVE COMICS and is acknowledged as the driving force behind the Knightfall event. He began his comics career with England's 2000 AD, notably its Bad Company serial. He was named one of Entertainment Weekly's "it" writers in 2002. Milligan recently wrote JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK and RED LANTERNS for DC Comics as a part of DC Comics - The New 52.

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Batman: Dark Night, Dark City 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
This odd collection brings together a few unconnected tales of Batman dealing with.....well, unrelated things. Yeah, strange collection. Nothing too memorable here. The first story involving the Riddler was somewhat interesting but even with the events in it, the Riddler was out of character. The other stories had no regular Batman villains and were lacking. The best part for me was the art by Jim Aparo. Such a classic Batman artist. Really loved his work. Overall though this collection is not indicative of what great Batman stories there can be.