BATMAN ≫ BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 01: KNIGHT TERRORS (N52) (TRADE PAPERBACK)

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 01: KNIGHT TERRORS (N52) (TRADE PAPERBACK)

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 01: KNIGHT TERRORS (N52) (TRADE PAPERBACK)

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 01: KNIGHT TERRORS (N52) (TRADE PAPERBACK)

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Something sinister is stirring in the veins if Arkham Asylum's inmates. Psychotic and frothing with fiendish strenght, they are unleashed onto the streets of Gotham. The Dark Knight must do everything in his power to protect the people and unmask the culprit behind the mayhem.

Will Batman survive the onslaught of maniacal attacks - from Scarecrow and Bane to Two-Face and the Court of Owls - long enough to uncover the truth at the end of the rabbit hole? For things are not quite as they seem...

Batman battles the Scarecrow and Bane in this title collecting BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #1-9, and delves into the mystery of The White Rabbit!

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"Finch should stick to drawing" by Robin (Belgium) on Sep 9, 2015

I was familiar with David Finch as an artist and was aware that he has a tendency to portray female characters in a rather objectifying, fan-serving way. However, this is much worse when he is in charge of writing. He seems to care more for the sex-appeal of the female characters than the story. The new villain is little more than sexy, as her motivations remain unexplained and the storyline remains unresolved as the second volume starts with an entirely different (and may I add, much better) storyline.