Once again, Kevin Smith - the fan-favorite creator behind GREEN ARROW and Daredevil - teams up with Walter Flanagan - the artist on the acclaimed series BATMAN: CACOPHONY - for an all-new adventure starring The Caped Crusader. The stakes are high as Batman encounters a new vigilante under his wing amidst what Smith describes as a "backdrop of romance, intrigue, and geek-bait guest stars galore." Trust us when we say that it's as awesome as it sounds. BATMAN: WIDENING GYRE is just the start of things for Kevin in the Bat-Universe so get on board now!by DC Comics
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Written by Kevin Smith Art by Walter Flanagan & Art Thibert Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz Variant covers by Gene Ha As The Dark Knight stalks the night preying upon Gotham City's criminals, Bruce Wayne spends his days getting reacquainted with former girlfriend Silver St. Cloud. Plus, Batman learns the name of his mysterious masked ally. From superstar creator Kevin Smith and guest-starring Aquaman, the New Teen Titans and Deathstroke the Terminator!
When a mystery as old as Gotham City itself surfaces, Batman assembles a team of his greatest detectives - including Red Robin, Owlman, I-Ching and others - to investigate this startling new enigma. As clues are discovered and the mystery deepens, Batman's team soon finds itself on a journey that explores different eras in Gotham's history and touches upon notable Gotham families including the Waynes, Kanes, and Elliotts. This miniseries spins out of recent events in the Batman titles and sets the stage for several exciting storylines in 2011. Additionally, this limited series touches upon mysterious story elements introduced in Grant Morrison's RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE. Featuring many exciting Batman Family guest stars!
Written by Walter Flanagan, Kevin Smith. Best-selling comic book writer/director Kevin Smith (GREEN ARROW, Daredevil, Clerks) concludes his 3-part miniseries event starring The Caped Crusade! The wild ride that caught Batman between The Joker and Onomatopoeia comes to a crashing halt as Batman is forced to choose between capturing Onomatopoeia and saving the Joker's life! Will Onomatopoeia have the final word with a deadly 'Bang!'? Find out in this exciting conclusion!
Detective Comics #647, Batman - Inquiring Minds
Written by Walter Flanagan, Kevin Smith, Art Thibert. Kevin Smith's newest Batman adventure has only just begun and already the surprises are pouring in! This issue has more guest-stars, more twists, more turns and more Batman than you can handle. Don't miss the sensational second issue from Smith - the fan-favorite creator behind GREEN ARROW and Daredevil - and artist Walter Flanagan (BATMAN: CACOPHONY)!
Written by Len Wein; ART by Guy Davis; PAINTED cover by Bernie Wrightson ELSEWORLDS. In stores May 7. The 5-issue miniseries continues as Edgar Allan Poe's investigation into Baltimore's "Raven Murders" reaches a fever pitch! Poe's discovery of the mysterious Batman prowling the murder scenes brings a new twist to an already twisted tale. Batman's strange abilities and techniques disturb Poe, but he's the only friend Poe has left, and with the body count increasing, Poe needs all the friends he can get...especially when the author realizes he's next on the murderer's list of victims!
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(W) Peter J. Tomasi (A) Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray (CA) Mick Gray, Patrick Gleason What deal would you make to bring someone back from the dead? And in this issue, it's Batman vs. Batgirl!
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Batman and Superman travel to Earth 2, where they find familiar heroes who are trying to kill them!
Storyline: The Wrath of Batman
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Every Batman story is marked with the words “Batman created by Bob Kane.” But that isn’t the whole truth. A struggling writer named Bill Finger was involved from the beginning. Bill helped invent Batman, from concept to costume to character. He dreamed up Batman’s haunting origins and his colorful nemeses. He named Gotham. Despite his brilliance, Bill worked in obscurity, his name never appearing on a Batman comic. It was only after his death that fans went to bat for Bill, calling for DC to acknowledge him as co-creator of Batman. Their fight for justice continues to this day.
BATMAN SUPERMAN #4 DC COMICS (W) Greg Pak (A/CA) Jae Lee It's the conclusion of the first arc in this series as one world dies and another lives! Plus: We discover why Superman and Batman have no memory of this tragic first adventure.