Jeph Loeb's writing is keenly aware that Batman is a detective, and Tim Sale portrays a Gotham that is a fertile breeding ground for corruption and madness. Here, Batman is coming to terms with the potent image he projects and the madness it attracts. There are many fine Batman stories, but the ones that capture the spirit with extreme clarity are few. On this alone, The Long Halloween comes highly recommended. Masterfully executed, this is an excellent chance to revisit the world of Batman as fresh as in the summer of 1939. --Danny Graydon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I highly recommend this book to anyone that is a fan of good comic books and a fan of Batman.
One of the best Batman stories I've ever read, The Long Halloween is for lovers of Batman and gangster movie films (specifically The Godfather).
Loeb uses the whodunit aspect of this story to keep readers guessing until the very last page, and even beyond the book's end.
This is essential reading for Batman fans. Ranks right up there with a The Dark Knight Returns and The Killing Joke. So glad I finally got around to reading it myself!Published 2 days ago by Mack Wright
This really is a gem. The writing and art together make this one of Batman's best stories. Pacing, storytelling, color and mood are all at their best in The Long Halloween. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dave Sparvero
Great story. Great art. This is definitely a must have for anyone building a Batman graphic novel library. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jameson G.
best one yet! the art work sucks something fierce but the story is awesomePublished 7 days ago by Max Hodson
If you're getting into Batman or just comics in general, this one is on the same level as Year One and The Dark Knight Returns in my opinion. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Justin
An Amazing story, great artwork, and an overall superb experience while reading it. It's a great mistery that batman has to solve in his early days of crime fighting. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Andres
One of the best graphic novels i have ever read. fantastic story and an even better ending. worth every pennyPublished 15 days ago by Jehuty101
Fantastic noir feel. Love the take on the rise oft skewed over twofacePublished 15 days ago by Jacob Walls