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Batman: Death by Design is a unique Batman graphic novel due to it's exceptional artwork, but in the story department it comes across a bit lackluster. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Gatsby
This story reads like a classic 1940s film. First of all, the art is incredible. It's not just the sophisticated, Bob Kane-inspred pencil drawings, but also the retro styling of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Corey Douglas
The book is really nice, over sized, you can see the pencils, but the story is very generic.
It is nice to show and to collect, but not that great to read
If you are fan of Batman(and who isn't) then you when like this book. The art is some of the best I have seen in awhile, the story great. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jamie Langley
This is a really great book - with a very unique look and feel. Great for any Batman fan or collector.Published 14 months ago by William Hemmingson
Graphic design superstar, Chip Kidd takes on Batman by writing the script for this 104 page graphic novel with character and thematic elements centered around The Joker,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sibelius
Batman: Death by Design is strange. It's like something from Max Fleischer or possibly like something from the retro future or possibly like something from a German expressionist... Read morePublished 17 months ago by GSD
Let's talk story. It is interesting. It reminds me of where Batman is typically considered to get his start, with corrupt city officials and mob bosses. Read morePublished 18 months ago by S. Cain
The world doesn't need more Batman stories, but the world needs more good comics. This is a very good comic. Well written, beautifully designed and impeccably rendered.Published 21 months ago by Joseph A. Kemp Jr.