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Batman: DOA

Batman: DOA

Infected with a lethal virus created by a scientist hired by the Joker, Penguin and Two-Face, the rapidly deteriorating Batman has only 24 hours left to live... precious little time to find a cure and rescue a kidnapped little girl whose life is on the same timetable. As the terrorist group that has taken the girl hides from the Dark Knight's search, Batman finds that the virus is taking its toll on his mind as well as his body. Fighting his way through pain and delirium, Batman turns all his personal resources to saving the kidnap victim and finding a cure before time runs out for them both. But even with the help of Robin, Oracle, and the Gotham City Police Department, one truth remains: 24 hours is not enough time...and it's all Batman has left.

Timewalker

Timewalker

With a dinosaur stampede hot on his heels, Ivar dives out of the antediluvian past and into the early days of the Harbinger Active Resistance Division for an action packed encounter with the original crew of the H.A.R.D. Corps! But can even this immortal adventurer survive when he's stuck between Gunslinger's crew and the heavy hitters of Harada's Eggbreakers?

Batman: Joker Time

Batman: Joker Time

A Prestige miniseries finds the Clown Prince of Crime agreeing to be psychoanalyzed...on live television! Can the Dark Knight stop the unorthodox session when he doesn't even know where it's taking place?    The Joker's time in Arkham Asylum has sent him madder than he was before by making him watch the Barry Dancer Show. He breaks out of there and is approached by the desperate show host, but is unable to speak due to his confinement.

Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up

Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up

Doctor Doom crash-lands in the ocean and is discovered by none other than the King of Atlantis! Will Namor play nice with a still-incapacitated Doom? The answer will surprise you! The beginning of a new alliance between two of Marvel’s heaviest hitters!

Batman: I, Joker

Batman: I, Joker

Familiar heroes in an unfamiliar world! From a baby Kal-L landing in Soviet Russia to the Dark Knight becoming the world's first Green Lantern to the Amazonian Princess Wonder Woman arriving during the Victorian Era, anything is possible in ELSEWORLDS!

Armed & Dangerous

Armed & Dangerous

"Kandi Kane the Saturday Night Special" - In this stand-alone issue of the totally riveting new series by Bob Hall, the story continues to follow the 'Westies' in Hell's Kitchen. This time, though, the focus is on the stripper, Kandi Kane. It's a love story -- only in Hell's Kitchen, love may be different than you'd find in the nice, safe suburbs of America. For comics with the jaw-breaking wallop of a set of brass knuckles, Armed and Dangerous continues to delight the lovers of dark crime genres everywhere. And this issue is a good jumping-on point for people who've yet to try this adult, two-fisted comic delight.
Genre: Crime