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Batman: v. 2: Black and White - Batman (Paperback)
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Batman: v. 2: Black and White - Batman (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 20/02/2004
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For Batman, the struggle between good and evil makes it a black and white world. In this fabulous new collection of stories, the artwork may be just that but the stories sure as hell are not! With vignettes as rich in pathos as they are boiling with action, these tales probe, ponder and satirise the dark labyrinth of the Batman mythos. They also feature the usual (and unusual) suspects: Robin, Catwoman, Joker and many more besides! This handsome volume, now available in paperback, also includes the finest collection of comics talent imaginable, with contributions from Alex Ross (Kingdom Come), Jim Lee (Batman: Hush), and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen) to name but a few!

Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781840235937
Weight: 577 g
Dimensions: 300 x 190 mm

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“Batman: v. 2”

Brilliant stuff! Bought this one a while back purely on spec in shop, and it is possibly the finest Batman graphic novel. Originally short stories in the batman comics, placed at the end of the main story and not... More

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