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.
There isn't much to say that hasn't already been said so I'll just say that this book is one of the best Batman stories you'll ever read. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Alex Packard
The Long Halloween is one of the very best Batman books out there. I can not recommend it highly enough. It is truly a great mystery "who-done-it" type of graphic novel.Published 2 days ago by Ryan Incontro
This was a phenomenal story of an earlier time in Batman's career. No Robin, no Night Wing, no sidekicks at all. Do yourself a favor and read it. You won't be disappointed!Published 6 days ago by Ben Calvert
This is an awesome book! If you want to get into Batman or if your getting into comics and even if your not a batman fan I still highly recommend reading this book. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Matt
My favorite Batman story lines are when he has a mystery to solve. This has a lot of hype as a classic and it didn't disappoint.Published 14 days ago by Cary
It is the best comic book I have ever read, this story is why I love comics.Published 21 days ago by Andy
I loved the story. It highlights Batman's detective skills. I would recommend this to any Batman. It's more of a intermediate reader because the characters are already established. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca Z.