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No remorse, no mercy... just ruthless death: Victor Zsasz has long been one of Batman's most formidable enemies, and now his most infamous stories have been collected! This volume includes Zsasz's debut story arc and much more, including a never before published story by writer Devin Grayson and artist Roger Robinson! Collects Batman: Shadow of the Bat #1-4, Batman: Streets of Gotham #10-11, a story from Batman Chronicles #3, Batman: Batgirl #1, Detective Comics #815-816, a story from Detective Comics (2011) #18, Rogues Gallery #1, and an unpublished story intended for Batman: Gotham Knights #12!
Published by the Scottish Independent label 'Fat Man Press', Bogie Man follows the adventures of Francis Forbes Clunie, a private eye who models himself on Humphrey Bogart. 'Bogie' has his own problems though not least being a patient in Spinbinnie Hospital, home for the insane, and actually believes that he is Humprey Bogart! This is fantastic stuff and comes with it's own McGlossary at the back for anybody who needs subtitles when watching Trainspotting.
In the first Terminator movie, Lt. Kyle Reese tells Sarah Connor of his life growing up in the post-nuclear ruins of the future. He called it "the Dark Years." The future hasn't changed much for those few humans still fighting with their leader, John Connor, against Skynet's Terminator army. While a new cyborg is sent back to 1999 to eliminate John Connor, the Connor of the future discovers a new Terminator experiment that, if unchecked, may finally tip the scales against humanity.
It’s the big, bad Lobo book that has something to offend everyone! In these fast-shooting, gut-wrenching tales from the 1990s, Lobo’s out for revenge on whoever wrote an unauthorized biography of his life as a gun for hire! Then, the Easter Bunny hires Lobo to kill his biggest rival: Santa Claus! And Lobo signs on to kill the galaxy’s greatest criminal, but promptly gets killed. And 200 of the main man’s illegitimate offspring team up to knock off dear old dad! Collects LOBO #1-4, LOBO PARAMILITARY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL #1, LOBO’S BACK #1-4, LOBO: BLAZING CHAIN OF LOVE #1 and LOBO CONVENTION SPECIAL #1.
Following the events of Batman: Knightquest: The Search, Bruce Wayne has successfully recuperated from his broken back and is ready to resume crime-fighting duties as the Batman.But Jean-Paul Valley, the man who currently patrols the dark alleyways of Gotham City, is not willing to step aside. Furthermore, Valley has become unaccountably violent and reckless. Driven to the brink of madness by inner demons, the “new Batman” seeks to destroy the “old Batman” in a battle with deadly consequences.Batman: Knightsend is the seventh installment in an expansive nine-volume series reprinting the entire Batman: Knightfall storyline. Contained in this volume are Batman #509-510, Batman: Shadow of the Bat #29-30, Detective Comics #676-677, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #62-63, Robin #8-9, Catwoman #12-13 and Showcase ’94 #10 and includes bonus poster artwork.
New tales of Evil Ernie set during the time he was still on his rampage. His story was wrapped up at the end of the War of the Dead series with the intention of continuing it in this form of back story fillers.
This contains the Legacy Story Arc seen in Batmam 533-534, Shadow of the Bat 53-54, Catwoman 35-36, Robin 31-33, and Detective Comics 699-702. "Batman: Legacy" is a crossover story arc in the Batman comic book series, which is a sequel to another Batman story arc, "Batman: Contagion" and also serves as a follow-up to the "Batman: Knightfall" story arc. The story deals with the return of the disease known as the Apocalypse Plague, the Filovirus, Ebola Gulf A or in its more popular nickname: The Clench.
Often credited with revitalizing the Dark Knight in the 1980’s, Norm Breyfogle’s Batman was known for his signature dynamic style. Collected here for the first time are some of the Bat’s most seminal moments-from the first appearances of Ratcatcher, the Ventriloquist and Cornelius Stirk to an epic battle against all four Clayfaces, all drawn with Breyfogle’s always dramatic style. Written by comics greats Alan Grant (BATMAN: ANARKY), John Wagner (JUDGE DREDD) and more, LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT: NORM BREYFOGLE collects DETECTIVE COMICS #579, #582-594, #601-607 and stories from BATMAN ANNUAL #11-12.