Batman 101 Digital Comics Sale – This Weekend

Batman 101 Digital Comics Sale – This Weekend

By DCE Editorial Friday, September 9th, 2011
Don’t miss this weekend’s BATMAN 101 Digital Comics sale featuring 101 issues on sale for only $.99 each.  On September 10-11, you’ll be able to add acclaimed comics starring The Dark Knight to your digital library.  Bestselling storylines spotlighted in the sale include BATMAN: YEAR ONE by Frank Miller and David Mazzuccelli, BATMAN: HUSH by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee and BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale . Buy the original BATMAN # 1 from 1940 and DETECTIVE COMICS # 27 (featuring the first appearance of BATMAN) to see where the legend began and to celebrate the release of the all-new BATMAN # 1 and DETECTIVE COMICS # 1 as part of DC COMICS - THE NEW 52 this month. Visit read.dccomics.com to purchase these and other amazing issues. Batman 101 Digital Sale issues include: Batman Begins
  • Detective Comics (1937-2011) #27-33
  • Batman (1940-2011) #1-4
Batman: Year One
  • Batman #404-407
  • Batman: The Long Halloween #1-13
Dark Times for The Dark Knight
  • Batman: The Cult 31
  • Batman: Death in the Family – Batman #426-429
  • Batman: Hush – Batman #608-619
  • Batman: Heart of Hush – Detective Comics #846-850
  • Batman: Knightfall V. 1 – Batman #491-497, Detective Comics #659-663
  • Batman: No Man’s Land
    • Batman No Man’s Land #1
    • Batman Shadow of the Bat #83-84
    • Batman #563-564
    • Detective Comics #730-731
    • Legends of the Dark Knight #116
The Batman Family
  • All-Star Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder #1
  • Batman: Black and White #1
  • Batman/Catwoman: Trail of the Gun #1
  • Gotham Central #1
  • Batman and Robin (2009-2011) #1-6
  • Superman/Batman #1
The Never Ending Battle
  • Dark Knight Returns #1
  • Batman Beyond (1999) #1
  • Batman Beyond (2011) #1
The City He Protects
  • Batman: Arkham City #1
  • Batman: Gates of Gotham 31
  • Batman: Streets of Gotham #1
  • Planetary/Batman: Night on Earth #1
   

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