Synopsis: An Elseworlds tale! In the year 2083, the legend of the Batman sparks a strange and deadly religion based on the Dark Knight. As the annual death race between the religion`s leader and a group of sacrificial `lambs` surgically altered to resemble Batman`s greatest foes approaches, one would-be Joker tries to break the cycle and become the true inheritor of the heroic mantle of the Bat.
Synopsis: In this Elseworlds tale, the dying Green Lantern Abin Sur`s ring recruits the bravest hero in the near vicinty: Bruce Wayne, a.k.a Batman! The moment sets off series of events that sees familiar faces with all-new powers!
Synopsis: Commemorate the 30th anniversary of one of the most defining works in comics history with the BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS – FRANK MILLER Gallery Edition. Sourced from the original art that has been scanned from collectors worldwide, this is the collection we’ve all been waiting for. Featured within the hardcovers of this Smythe-sewn edition is Miller’s artwork from DKR #1-4, scanned in full color from the original black-and-white pages. Also included are the covers, related art and previously unpublished pieces showcasing Miller’s artwork as never seen before.
Synopsis: In Baltimore in the late 1800s, a number of high-ranking citizens` have been murdered in ways that defy explanation. The only thing linking the murders are sightings of a giant raven fleeing each crime scene…
Synopsis: In this hardcover edition, the characters of Batman (Bruce Wayne), Robin (Richard Grayson), and Catwoman (Selina Kyle) are imaginatively reinvented so that their lives and relationships are intertwined with both familiar and foreign facets. Investigating reports of a giant alligator living in the Gotham reservoir, the vigilante known as the Bat-Man discovers the dead body of his ex-girlfriend, Selina Kyle. Now he and Detective Richard Grayson most uncover how Selina died before another victim is claimed. This gripping tale is told in a sideways `landscape` format to better showcase the graphic, cinematic style of the art.
Synopsis: Under Clark and Lois` enlightened rule, Metropolis has begun to progress. However, some resist that progress, such as Dr. Arkham, the head of an asylum, who holds `psychomantic` seances for the entertainment of the depraved rich of Metropolis. The star of these is the `Laughing Man`, a white-faced, murderous creature, a prototype cyborg built by Lutor from one of Arkham`s patients. Many other patients in the asylum are also experiments of Lutor, driven mad by his work. When Eschevin Gordon tries to close Arkham down, the doctor sends the Laughing Man to kill him. Attorney Dirk Grayson becomes suspicious of Arkham, but he, too, is killed by the Laughing Man. Dirk`s friend, Bruss Wayne, and their mutual love-interest Barbera Gordon, are then drawn to investigate Arkham, after being turned down by the police and apparently ignored by the Super-Man and Lois, who have greater concerns that require his attention.
Synopsis: A rash of police shootings has escalated the tensions between the Gotham City Police Department and local street gangs. But as Batman investigates the shootings, he discovers more than just trigger- happy gangbangers. There`s a new costumed figure in town. But is this stranger a hero or a villain? Just who is Orpheus, and what is his connection to the shootings?