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Batman: Haunted Knight - Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale
Batman: Haunted Knight
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In the city of the demented villains, Halloween brings out the worst of the lot. This edition collects three of Batman's Halloween adventures in which he takes on some of the most fearsome and twisted foes--The Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, and The Penguin. Graphic novel format. Available in September. show more
In the city of the demented villains, Halloween brings out the worst of the lot. This edition collects three of Batman's Halloween adventures in which he takes on some of the most fearsome and twisted foes--The Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, and The Penguin. Graphic novel format. Available in September.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781563892738 (1563892731)
ASIN: 1563892731
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Batman
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A Reciprocal Love Affair With Books
A Reciprocal Love Affair With Books rated it
3.0 Review: Batman: Haunted Knight by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale
This is a reread for me, I like to pull it out every Halloween despite the fact that, well, it's not very good. Let me rephrase that: it's not as good as it should be. Sale's artwork's is wonderfully Gothic, strange and so evocative, with Gotham's seasonally stormy night skies consistently dumping r...
Thief of Camorr
Thief of Camorr rated it
5.0 Batman: Haunted Knight
Just as fantastic as the Long Halloween, a MUST READ for any Batman fan.
digitaltempest
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brandonsears
brandonsears rated it
4.0 Batman: Haunted Knight
I began Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's Batman trilogy in 2008 when I grabbed Batman: The Long Halloween. After 4 years, it still remains my favorite Batman graphic novel. It's follow-up (I think - not really sure of the order), Batman: Dark Victory, was an excellent sequel. For whatever reason, I let f...
Sesana
Sesana rated it
Collecting three Halloween specials that feature a very reflective Batman. The first story, Fears, is sort of a Scarecrow story, but is really more about Batman's memory of his father. The second, Madness is (fittingly) more about his relationship with his mother. Hands down my favorite of the colle...
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