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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
ive heard about this comic for a long time. people said it was one of the best stories in batman ever. so of course I had to check I out. Read morePublished 5 days ago by geo
Not a "batman story", but a detective story. Kind of abstract, blotty, dull colored, and very exaggerated artwork (exhibit A, the Joker's 4 inch-long teeth) that I'm not a... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
I picked up BATMAN THE LONG HALLOWEEN during the Batman Day Sale. I knew going into it that it was an older work and definitely looked the part, but I also know it's quite famous. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Loved it. Heavily influenced the Harvey Dent story line in The Dark Knight film. Wonderfully written and illustrated.Published 13 days ago by Joseph Pamula
This comic is an absolute classic. Without going into spoilers, I'll tell you that Falcone and his mob are the major villains in this story. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ken sama