Batman Black And White #1 (Of 6) Var Ed A
The iconic anthology series returns with a brand-new slate of comics most exciting and innovative storytellers to explore the Batman mythos in stark black-and-white! In this debut issue: James Tynion IV and Tradd Moore explore the world of Ras al Ghul and the League of Assassins J.H. Williams III returns to DC Comics for a trip through the Dark Knights history Emma Rios explores the eternal struggle of the Dark Knight Paul Dini and Andy Kubert pit Batman against an infestation of ninja Man-Bats in the Batcave G. Willow Wilson and Greg Smallwood portray Batman in his strangest standoff ever with Killer Croc With a lineup this strong and a cover by legendary Batman artist Greg Capullo, you wont want to miss the start of this tremendous collection of Batman tales by some of comics top creators!
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