DEADMAN BOOK FIVE
This new DEADMAN collection features the four-issue miniseries from 1986, plus CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #85-87 and a story from SECRET ORIGINS #15, with...
BATMAN: FEATURING TWO FACE AND THE RIDDLER
This collection features some of the greatest comic-book stories about the two starring villains from Batman Forever—stories featuring the work of Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Jerry Robinson, Neil Gaiman, Kevin Nowlan and others.
BATMAN: JOURNEY INTO KNIGHT #11
As Bruce Wayne's time on the psychiatrist's couch is finally about to yield some results, it's Batman's run in with his most infamous psycho who just might end Batman's career early. Enter: The Joker!
BATMAN: JOURNEY INTO KNIGHT #9
While investigating the recent arsons in Gotham, Batman uncovers a thread connecting all the fires. But following that thread could lead to even more dangerous revelations!
BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE VOL. 1: — NEW EDITION
A new edition of the Eisner Award-winning collection at our standard trim size! Don't miss these stellar Batman stories presented in stark black-and-white by a star-studded lineup of comics industry creators!
BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE VOL. 1
Presented in stark black-and-white tones that all too easily represent Batman's worldview comes this collection of the Darknight Detective's hardboiled adventures. With stories and art by a stellar line-up of comic industry creators, including Neil Gaiman (THE SANDMAN), Joe Kubert (TOR), Frank Miller (THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, RONIN), Jim Lee (WILDCATS, BATMAN) and others, it's not surprising that this collection was awarded the comic industry's prestigious Eisner Award for excellence.
BATMAN: JOURNEY INTO KNIGHT #10
Batman's early career very nearly goes up in smoke as the various aspects of his civilian life and his heroic mission explode like wildfire! In the end, either Bruce Wayne — or Batman — may have to "die"!
BATMAN: JOURNEY INTO KNIGHT #8
Things are really heating up in Gotham City! When a series of mysterious fires sweeps through a run-down neighborhood, Batman investigates…only to come face-to-face with the arsonist — a 12-year-old boy?