Batman: The Black Mirror
A NEW YORK TIMES #1 Bestseller and Amazon Best Book of 2011In "The Black Mirror," a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils. Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Batman must fight for his life... show more
A NEW YORK TIMES #1 Bestseller and Amazon Best Book of 2011In "The Black Mirror," a series of brutal murders pushes Batman's detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils. Helpless and trapped in the deadly Mirror House, Batman must fight for his life against one of Gotham City's oldest and most powerful evils!Then, in a second story called "Hungry City," the corpse of a killer whale shows up on the floor of one of Gotham City's foremost banks. The event begins a strange and deadly mystery that will bring Batman face-to-face with the new, terrifying faces of organized crime in Gotham.
Publish date: November 29th 2011
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
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I was a bit hesitant about reading a Batman where it's not Bruce Wayne. Bruce Wayne is the one and only Batman to me. Yes, I know that's not true or canon. I just love Bruce Wayne. Having said that, Dick is a good Batman. And this was a very good graphic novel collection. It's very creepy and dark. ...
Snyder, Jock and Frankavilla have done a fantastic job of creating this series, and a truly disturbing character and ending. Someone else used the term 'creepy' in their review, I have to echo that sentiment. This has to rank up there with Miller's work on Batman.
Genre: Superheroes / Action / Adventure / Horror Year Published: 2011 Year Read: 2013 Series: Batman Publisher: DC Comics Introduction: Lately, I have been reading many “Batman” comics that came out during the 1980s and the 1990s, so that way I could be caught up with the “Batman” universe. ...
There is a particular crowd of readers who would no doubt look at a graphic novel like this and instantly dismiss it out of hand. For them graphic novels are merely flashy comic strips for the geeks and nerds of society. In short, on a subconscious level, they are disenfranchising a group of individ...
Scott Snyder wrote some fantastic stories featuring Dick Grayson as the new Batman after DC Comics' "death of Batman" stunt. Everyone knew Grayson as Batman was temporary, but the quality of these stories makes me wish DC had given this a chance. Unfortunately the time DC has given next generation...