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This is a reinterpretation of the origins of Batman, and I must say it is awesome. I loved watching both Bruce Wayne and James Gordon come to Gotham. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Amber Garabrandt
The year 1986 saw the rise of two of superherodom’s most critically acclaimed graphic novels: Alan Moore’s Watchmen and Frank Miller’s dystopian Dark Knight Returns. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Travis Trombley
I just started reading Batman and this was my first foray into the medium. I enjoyed this book a lot and it was a great way to flesh out the origin of Batman and Jim Gordon with... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Matt Pigmon
If you like Batman, check it out. A interesting look at the beginning of the Batman story. Highly recommend this book.Published 10 days ago by Jason Trask
Batman is the worst superhero: the book. Great for people who want to start comics.Published 11 days ago by Alejandro Biramontes
For any adult who loves Batman, keep in mind that the story is not suitable for all ages. A great read!Published 18 days ago by Jim Friend
About as well as I've seen this familiar tale told. I see why it was an inspiration for Batman BeginsPublished 24 days ago by J&NW
This was my first comic related product I've ever bought. Really enjoyed it and was pleasantly surprised about the super old art style and way of speech. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mateo N.